Too Many Cooks archive for Dec. 2012

FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 2012

Dry Fly's new Creel Collection. (Lorie Hutson)

Barrel-aged gifts galore

If you haven't already wrapped up your gift giving for the season, here's a great last-minute idea. Dry Fly Distillery recently began releasing some more specialty offerings in the new Dry Fly Creel Collection. Among the goodies are a barrel-reserve gin (that was bottled for...

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TUESDAY, DEC. 18, 2012

Neighbors sing carols outside the Perry Street Cafe on Dec. 13 2011

Perry Street loses its cafe 

The Perry Street Cafe is closed. Owners Debbie and Geoff White said the breakfast and lunch restaurant served its last meals on Sunday. The phone number for the cafe now rings at the Perry Street Cafe in Cheney, 24 W. 1st St. "It is very...

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TUESDAY, DEC. 11, 2012

Terry Hackler, proprietor of Twelve String Brewing Co. in Spokane Valley, holds a glass of his beer next to the fermentation tanks at his tiny microbrewery, which has a tap room for tasting. (Jesse Tinsley)

Celebrate with Twelve String Brewing Co.

Terry and Sue Hackler are celebrating the first anniversary of Twelve String Brewing Co. starting today with the release of Anniversary Ale Volume 1. The beer is a double IPA style with 9 percent alcohol by volume and 100 international bitterness units, said brewer Terry...

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Gifts from the kitchen are a fun way to celebrate the season, and the people who mean the most to you. (Lorie Hutson)

Holiday gifts from the kitchen

If you need me this weekend, I’ll be in the kitchen making my holiday cookies and gifts. There’s still time to join me and whip together some treats for others before the season slips away. I'm fussing over ideas for the Meyer lemons I found...

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