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Wife of chef seeks assistance

The wife of a Spokane chef has set up a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money for her family while her husband receives medical care.

Spokane-area chefs share their ideas for winning Christmas dishes

Christmas dinner isn’t about wowing everyone at the table but recreating family favorites, old standbys that not only satisfy but also offer up a serving of nostalgia, dishes that their …

Blackbird offers free Christmas Eve meal for veterans

The fourth annual event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 24.

Picabu is closed but its cookbook – on sale now for $20 – offers customers all of its recipes

Owner Jane Edwards has created a cookbook that includes all – and she means all – of Picabu’s recipes from its nearly 14 years in business.

UPDATED: Mon., Dec. 17, 2018, 12:47 p.m.

A votre Sante: Decade-old downtown Spokane restaurant Sante plans to close in 2019

Owners Jeremy and Kate Hansen plan to shutter Sante in the next three to six months and renovate the space to house their new steak-and-burger saloon-style establishment called Smoke & …

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 14, 2018, 2:32 p.m.

Manito Tap House set to sell

Patrick McPherson, who opened the restaurant in 2011, is in the process of selling the business to Liz and Curtis Nelson and their partner Todd Phelps.

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 13, 2018, 3:42 p.m.

Riverbank Taphouse opens at Northern Quest Resort and Casino

The menu features shareables such as a hummus plate, large soft pretzel with beer-cheese dip, button mushrooms with Gorgonzola-garlic butter, sweet and spicy popcorn, poke, roasted olives, flatbreads and more.

‘The Compassionate Kitchen’ brings a traditional Tibetan Buddhist perspective to the practice of mindful eating

It’s written by Venerable Thubten Chodron, abbess of Sravasti Abbey in Newport, and published Dec. 11.

Food Advisory Committee needs new members

Spokane Regional Health District is looking for volunteers to serve on its Food Advisory Committee. Applications must be received by Dec. 31.

Common Crumb slated to resume retail in early 2019

The bake shop, located in the back of the Saranac Commons building in downtown Spokane,

Chef Spotlight: 7 Questions and a Recipe with Philip Stanton of Park Lodge

“I started cooking small dishes with my mother at home, and it was something I enjoyed more than work around the farm.”

Make Clover’s Beef Matambre

The Spokane restaurant’s take on the Argentinian dish features butterflied flank steak stuffed with chorizo, Anaheim chiles and cheese.

Pop Up Shop is selling what might be the perfect stocking stuffer for toast lovers: toast earrings

They come in lightly toasted and burnt toast version.

Warrior celebrates release of first barreled spirits

The limited release includes American single-malt whiskey, bourbon and rye.

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 6, 2018, 11:23 a.m.

Local wineries win awards

Craftsman Cellars won a double gold at the recent Tri-Cities Wine Festival. Terra Blanca and Pend d’Oreille Winery also took home medals.

Attention, coffee lovers: Now’s the time to nominate your favorite coffee shop or roaster and more for a Sprudgie Award

Sprudge, founded in 2009, is a popular and award-winning coffee blog based in Portland, Oregon.

Mallards gets new name, chef and look

The restaurant and lounge, now known as Current Kitchen and Bar, remains open during construction.

Picabu Neighborhood Bistro is closing

The last day is Dec. 15.

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 29, 2018, 12:28 p.m.

Panda Express opens in Post Falls

In celebration of the launch, 20 percent of the store’s opening-day proceeds will go to the Boys & Girls Club of Kootenai County.

Bean and Pie launches Kickstarter campaign

The North Idaho pie company has launched a Kickstarter campaign in the hope of raising $20,000 toward securing a storefront in Coeur d’Alene.

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 28, 2018, 12:17 p.m.

Learn to make bone broth

Ramstead Ranch hosts bone broth class at A Small Batch on Dec. 8.

Campus eats: Washington State University

Palouse provisions: Where to eat in Pullman? Options abound for those visiting Cougar country.

North Hill opens on Garland

The new Garland District neighborhood pub features a bar-forward concept with elevated comfort food.

Spokane baker Ricky Webster wins $10,000 on Food Network’s ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge’

He’s slated to appear on another Food Network baking show in December.

Quillisascut Farm hosts tamalada

Tamales are a holiday tradition, a tamalada is a tamale-making party, and Quillisascut Farm is ready to party.

Ruby red pomegranate arils provide a bit of tang and a pop of color to this winter salad

This pomegranate salad, meant to be served as a first course, is on the winter menu at Clover.

Arbor Crest opens Tuesday in the Historic Davenport Hotel

The move marks the winery’s return to downtown Spokane after four years away.

Chef Spotlight: Seven questions with Chris Sylvia of Farmhouse Kitchen and Silo Bar

Chris Sylvia is the chef at Farmhouse Kitchen and Silo Bar in Ponderay.

Springs Restaurant and Lounge gets a new look

The remodel took about a month to complete and is part of a larger property improvement plan.

Washington Hospitality Association honors local eateries

Establishments were nominated by industry professionals, and members voted to select the winners.