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Year of the Ox will rock the tongue

Ring in the Year of the Ox. Chinese New Year begins Monday with lucky foods to bring prosperity and happiness.


Pasta sales rise in tough times

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – As struggling consumers turn to casseroles, soup, pasta salad and good old macaroni and cheese to stretch their food dollars, the nation’s pasta makers are returning …


Bertolli offers freezer meals

As household budgets are trimmed, more shoppers are looking for restaurant taste without the restaurant price. That’s where the makers of Bertolli Oven Bake Meals hope to come in.


Get a taste at Festival of Foodies

For a taste of Spokane, here’s the ticket: The Festival of Foodies. The eighth annual festival kicks off Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Lair Building at Spokane Community College, …


Rosauers now includes Huckleberry’s

Timing can be everything. And for Rosauers Supermarkets, now is the time to reintroduce Huckleberry’s Natural Market to Spokane Valley.


Healthy eating saves in long run

Up with beans, down with Fritos. That’s the gist of a new series of suggestions from University of Idaho nutrition experts illustrating ways to not only reduce the grocery bill, …


A good cookbook can satisfy any food lover on your list

Still searching for holiday gifts? Don’t despair. Cookbooks are the perfect solution for food lovers. Many foodies love to curl up with a good cookbook – some actually cook from …


Freezer hunt takes food for thought

Sometimes you’ve got to spend to save. At least that may be true if you’re buying meats or other perishable items in bulk at warehouse stores or on sale. Where …


Main Market finds new space

Local food enthusiasts eager to embrace a downtown market will have to wait a bit longer before they can begin shopping. Organizers have turned their eyes across the street to …


Biting your food budget

As household budgets get tighter, people are cutting back on eating in restaurants and spending more time in the kitchen. Almost three-quarters of respondents to a recent survey by the …


Scary good

It’s the Great Pumpkin! Rich in history and flavor, fall’s most festive squash is the perfect addition to any meal. Perfectly smooth and round or lumpy, bumpy and oblong, these …


Beans

Aah, autumn. The days are getting shorter, there’s a nip in the air, you can’t afford to drive your car, and the economy is going belly-up: It must be time …


Sandwiches perfect entree for easy outdoor dining

Helping the children in our care to enjoy preparing and eating good food doesn’t always have to be about standing over a hot stove. In the summer, spending a little …


Delicious dishes from Easter bounty

If your family celebrates the Easter holiday by decorating Easter eggs, you might very well end up with lots of perfectly good eggs – real, as opposed to chocolate – …


Brewing up hearty soup is simple, satisfying way to warm cold day

When the winter is long and cold, the answer to so many problems is simple: Soup. Children tend to go for a hot bowl of it without too much ado, …


Pizza is meal that can involve whole family

It’s a New Year; time to make those New Year’s resolutions, right? Instead of making a list just for yourself, try making this easy resolution that will benefit your whole …


Smart eating key to a skinny ‘08

Did you resolve to give up dessert, ban pizza and fast food from the house, remove processed foods from your cupboards and finally get skinny in 2008? How about some …


Gingerbread people spice up the holidays

‘You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man!” Remember the story of this defiant little cookie who ran away from the people who cared about him? He got eaten by …


Make decorations from food

In days of yore (that is, sometime before department stores were invented) families often created their own holiday decorations. In modern times the art of homemade fun has not been …


Pumpkins more than decoration

Carving jack-o-lanterns for Halloween is fun for the whole family. For those of us who love to eat pumpkin pie, however, jack-o’-lanterns are a sad sight, because once they’ve been …


Simple child’s poem is perfect entree to cheese-making lesson

Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet, Eating her curds and whey,


You are what you eat … and then some

Each time you put food into your mouth, take a second to pause and put your fork down. Think before you eat, advised Brother David Andrews, a longtime advocate for …


Liberty Lake offers piece of the pie

Celebrate local food during the Pie in the Sky Carnival, which makes a stop in Liberty Lake next week. The carnival is part of Sustainable Table’s Eat Well Guided Tour …


Culinary journeys

Experiencing world-class cuisine used to mean having to leave home, but these days, we can enjoy the world’s best, whether it be French, Thai, Chinese, Middle Eastern, or whatever, in …


Raspberry Festival a nice pick for Sunday

Are you wild for raspberries? Looking for a scenic drive this weekend? You may want to head down Highway 95 to Cottonwood, Idaho, on Sunday for the 15th annual Raspberry …


‘C’Mon Over’ series offers tips for feeding a crowd

When planning food for a party, do you: A. Grab a bag of chips and a can of dip?


“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.” …


Oscar Mayer scores with Deli Creations

You might think of them as Lunchables for adults. Oscar Mayer’s new Deli Creations Hot Sandwich Melts are grown-up versions of the convenient pre-made lunches that kids love. It turns …


Bacon Dip gets skinny

Dear Recipe Doctor: Here is a recipe for a bacon dip that my family is crazy about. It calls for a pound of bacon, among other things. Help! A: You …


Chefs put trust in Rod

Do dinner parties make you nervous? Imagine how Rod Jessick is feeling this week as he prepares to host more than 500 chefs for the Western Regional Conference for the …