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Mon., Jan. 28, 2013, midnight

New trends in butchering create opportunities like Mexican beef brisket and winter squash chili. (Associated Press)
New trends in butchering create opportunities like Mexican beef brisket and winter squash chili. (Associated Press)

Your Food

Get ready for some football with a new cut of meat. Trends in butchering have brought new cuts to mainstream supermarkets and it’s the perfect excuse to step-up your Super Bowl fare.

Also, Method Juice Café owners Nick Murto and Tyler Lafferty are combining good eats with good works in their new product, Good Oats. For every one sold, they are donating one package to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

In Fresh Sheet, food editor Lorie Hutson has news about the expansion of the Lantern Tap House, chef Adam Hegsted’s Dreamstaurant win and Spokane Restaurant Week.

Find more in Wednesday’s Food section.

Your fun


Tegan and Sara, “Heartthrob”

Emmy Rossum, “Sentimental Journey”

Justin Bieber, “Believe Acoustic”

Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite, “Get Up!”

Kris Kristofferson, “Feeling Mortal”

Destiny’s Child, “Love Songs”


“The Cold Light of Day”

“Hotel Transylvania”

“Paranormal Activity 4”

“Seven Psychopaths”

In theaters

“Bullet to the Head”

“Warm Bodies”


Today: On “Bones,” Daisy’s first case since her breakup with Sweets involves two bodies in one burial site – a female cancer patient and her life coach. 8 p.m., Fox.

Tuesday: “American Experience” profiles Henry Ford. 8 p.m., KSPS; 9 p.m., KCDT.

Wednesday: Forensic and behavioral science techniques are used when investigators revisit the 1932 kidnapping and killing of Charles Lindbergh’s baby on “Nova.” 8 p.m., KSPS/KCDT.

Thursday: While Sherlock investigates a hit-and-run accident, Watson tries to mend Holmes’ relationship with Gregson on “Elementary.” 10 p.m., CBS.

Friday: Siblings play the blame game on “Kitchen Nightmares.” 8 p.m., Fox.

Saturday: Tim McGraw performs on “Austin City Limits.” 11 p.m., KSPS.

Sunday: The Ravens and the 49ers face off in Super Bowl XLVII. 3:25 p.m., CBS.

On stage

“Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles,” Tuesday, INB Performing Arts Center

“Next to Normal,” Friday through March 3, Spokane Civic Theatre

“Peter Pan and Wendy” Friday through Feb. 17, Spokane Children’s Theatre

Pink Martini, Saturday, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox

Around town

Spokane International Film Festival, Friday through Feb. 10, Magic Lantern and Bing Crosby Theater

Spokane Boat Show, Friday through Feb. 9, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center

“An Intimate Conversation with Rick Steves,” Saturday, Gonzaga University


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