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Fresh Sheet: 56-cent short stacks, egg recipes, No-Li dinner at Europa

To celebrate its 56th anniversary, IHOP is selling its short stack of buttermilk pancakes for 56 cents.

That’s cheaper than the original price when the restaurant chain opened in California in 1958. Back then, the buttermilk short stack sold for 60 cents.

Today, International House of Pancakes has more than 1,600 locations and sells more than 700 million pancakes each year.

Its special short-stack price will be available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at participating locations. For more information, visit www.ihop.com.

Get Crackin’

Submit “Your Best Recipe” to help Eggland’s Best celebrate the versatility of eggs.

The top winner of this year’s recipe contest receives $10,000. The deadline to enter is July 31.

Recipes must be original – and creative. Consumers are allowed to submit up to two recipes in four categories: breakfast, appetizer, main and dessert. The best in each wins $1,000, and the recipe with the highest overall score gets the grand prize.

For more information, including official contest rules, visit www.egglandsbest.com/ yourbestrecipe.

Europa’s No-Li Brewers Dinner

Europa Restaurant and Bakery is taking reservations for its upcoming brewers dinner featuring beers from No-Li Brewhouse.

The five-course, $55 dinner starts at 6 p.m. on July 18.

The first course pairs butter-poached halibut with No-Li’s creme ale. The second course features orange brandy-glazed brisket and Born & Raised IPA. That’s followed by elk ragu, paprika fettuccine and amber ale. Course four is beef rib-eye with a crayfish croquette and Noble Hop Extra Pale Ale.

For dessert, there’s chocolate strudel with fresh berries and Wrecking Ball Imperial Stout.

Europa is located at 125 S. Wall St. in downtown Spokane. For more information or take make reservations, call (509) 455-4051.


 

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