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  • Cookbook review: A practical homage to salmon

    Elevate your salmon game with this new go-to guide

  • Book review: Let ‘Farmette’ take you to Ireland

    This charming new cookbook from the “Farmette” food blogger offers contemporary takes on classic Irish country fare.

  • Farrow’s ‘Pumpkin’ goes beyond the classics

    Quick look: More than 40 pumpkin recipes are packed into this slim volume, which declares the key ingredient to be “not just for Halloween and Thanksgiving.” What’s inside: There are …

  • Book abounds with blood-hued beverages

    There isn’t a great deal of cocktail drinking on “True Blood,” the HBO series set in the vampire- and werewolf-infested town of Bon Temps. The vampires drink blood, or the …

  • Sweet potato pie has a savory side

    “Pies: Sweet and Savory,” (DK Publishing, 2013) is a beautiful tribute to pies of all kinds. The step-by-step photos and beautiful close-up photography from William Reavell will inspire anyone afraid …

  • Strawberry season arrives

    One of summer’s sweetest flavors has arrived. Growers in the Green Bluff area and Newman Lake U-pick favorite Carver Farms are reporting that it is strawberry time.

  • Front Porch: Keep your apps, I prefer memories

    My cookbook exploded last week. Well. It’s not exactly a book. It’s a 3-inch white binder filled with recipes ripped from magazines, or scribbled on note cards and wedged between …

  • Farmgirl Gourmet finds joy as Lagasse blogger

    On the sunny back porch of a craftsman home in Cheney, Heather Scholten is hovering above her lunch with a camera. She snaps a few pictures, stopping to add a …

  • Top recipe melds scallops, gnocchi, romesco sauce

    Young chef Gina Myers won the Every Woman Can cook-off competition at the Spokane Women’s Show on April 16. Judges chose Myers’ recipe for Seared Scallops over Spring Pea Gnocchi …

  • ‘Farm to Table’ offers inspiring recipes for fresh foods

    Summer is the perfect time for this new cookbook. Ivy Manning’s “The Farm to Table Cookbook: The Art of Eating Locally” will help you wile away long summer nights dreaming …

  • New cookbooks mix food, history

    Two new community cookbooks are offering a glimpse into Sandpoint kitchens. The Community Assistance League and St. Joseph’s Catholic Church of Sandpoint have new cookbooks that offer a bit of …

  • “Recipe of the Week: Kabobs,”

    Here’s one way to breathe life into your tired weekly menu: A new kabob recipe each week. Author Sally Sampson’s new cookbook is subtitled “52 Easy Recipes for Year-Round Grilling.” …

  • Mysteries Cook Up Intrigue Along With Food

    They’re called culinary mysteries. Described as a cross between Mary Higgins Clark and Betty Crocker, these crime books weave delightful stories of a caterer named Goldy Bear caught in the …

  • ‘Fannie Farmer’ Has Junior Cookbook

    For grown-ups, “The Fannie Farmer Cookbook” has been an extremely popular book for many years. For kids who like to cook, there’s now Joan Scobey’s newly updated edition of the …



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