Too Many Cooks archive for Oct. 2012

FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 2012

Hit the SpoCup Coffee Crawl on Saturday, Oct. 20 to help support local businesses, raise some dough for Big Table and get a serious caffeine buzz. (Courtesy of Big Table.)

Don't miss SpoCup, rare Stumptown coffee

Don't forget about SpoCup on Saturday. Five local coffee shops are hosting a coffee crawl 3-6 p.m. Participants get a passport and a T-shirt, then they hit five coffee shops in three hours. All of the details are here. The event starts at INDABA Coffee...

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TUESDAY, OCT. 16, 2012

The Shop is located at 10th Avenue and Perry Street on the South Hill. (File)

Wine, beer on tap at The Shop

Last weekend, my husband John and I were out on South Perry Street running down photos of food trucks and their owners. We met Tom Pinyo at the Thai Lunch Box and had his deliciously tame mussamun curry and chicken satay with peanut sauce for...

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THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2012

Lora Lea and Rick Misterly of Quillisascut Farm in Rice, Wash. were honored recently at the Chef's Collaborative Sustainable Food Summit. (Leslie Kelly)

Misterlys honored by Chefs Collaborative

Chefs Collaborative, a national network of chefs committed to sustainable food practices, honored Rick and Lora Lea Misterly of Quillisascut Farm in Rice, Wash. this week. The collaborative recognized the Misterlys efforts as a "foodshed champion" during the fourth annual Chefs Collaborative Sustainable Food Summit...

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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 2012

Beignets is closing.
 (Courtesy Beignets / The Spokesman-Review)

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Beignets is closing. The new downtown restaurant and creperie didn't make it three months. Owner Judie Sowards opened the restaurant with her son Ryan in mid-July. It is at 121 N. Wall St. They said the business was done in by a group of people...

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