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  • Fresh Sheet: This week’s roundup of food-related news

    Carolyn’s gets a new location, Ice Cream for Breakfast Day is coming up and chef Chad White co-hosts a couple of special collaboration dinners


  • Fresh Sheet: Tilth Producers coming to town

    Tilth Producers of Washington is hosting its annual conference in Spokane this weekend.


  • Fresh Sheet: Tickets for University of Idaho’s A Moveable Feast dinner on sale

    Tickets are now on sale for A Moveable Feast, the Cuban-themed, multi-course dinner that’s part of the University of Idaho’s seventh annual Hemingway Festival. The dinner raises funds for the …


  • Winter at INCA After Dark

    “No one is born a great cook,” Julia Child said. “We learn by doing.” That quote highlights the home page of INCA After Dark, the Spokane Community College program that …


  • Fresh Sheet: Lessons from the kitchen

    This week’s Fresh Sheet lists a few classes for the new year. Backyard bread-baking


  • Greek Dinner Festival begins Thursday

    Get your Greek on at the 78th annual Greek Dinner Festival this weekend. The three-day event begins Thursday and features baklava, souvlakia, Greek coffee, traditional Greek dancing, cooking demonstrations and …


  • New JunoBar free of gluten, dairy and soy

    BumbleBar has a new gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and mostly raw addition to its organic snack bar family. The Spokane-based company owned by Liz and Glenn Ward has created the new …


  • Cossette back at Bake-Off

    Joan Cossette has done it again. The Colbert woman is one of 60 semifinalists in the 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest. Her Lemon Pistachio Blackberry Thumbprints need votes to advance to …


  • Gingerbread Build-off Sunday

    The annual Christ Kitchen Gingerbread Build-off is Sunday at the Davenport Hotel. Watch as local chefs and architects team up to decorate gigantic gingerbread structures from 10 a.m. to 1 …


  • Roasted peppers at the Spokane Farmers Market

    There’s a new smell in the air at the Spokane Farmers Market. Market vendors Jeff and Jeanette Herman are perhaps best known for the organic fruit they grow at Cliffside …


  • Look online for ‘Hotel Hell’

    Miss your chance to see the Roosevelt Inn on Gordon Ramsay’s “Hotel Hell”? An episode featuring the historic Coeur d’Alene hotel aired for the first time Monday on Fox. Viewers …


  • Cookbook filled with year-round grilling recipes

    Good Housekeeping will keep you grilling right through summer and beyond with this cookbook. “Grilling: More Than 120 Perfect Year-Round Recipes” is the latest addition to the Kohl’s Cares program. …


  • 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.


  • Fresh sheet

    Blue-ribbon bragging Ready those recipes for two national contests at this year’s Spokane Interstate Fair.


  • Learn cupcake skills at Charm school

    Cupcake lovers who want to learn how to make those delectable, frosting-stacked treats for themselves are in luck. North Idaho College has an upcoming event that will have you wielding …


  • Super bowl of fundraisers held at Center Pointe

    Buy lunch in a bowl from the ceramics shop at Center Pointe for the nonprofit group’s annual Bountiful Bowls fundraiser on Saturday. Center Pointe provides social and recreational activities for …


  • Ferris’ Kimbrell wins culinary award

    Ferris High School senior Tyler Kimbrell received the Student of the Year award at the recent Boyd Coffee Pro Start Invitational. Students from 22 high schools across Washington compete each …


  • Organic delivery service now includes Spokane, Stone-Buhr flour donates to food banks

    Organic food grower Full Circle Farms of Carnation, Wash., has expanded its farm-to-table delivery service to include Spokane. The farm, in the Snoqualmie Valley east of Seattle, offers subscribers a …


  • Sapphire Lounge turns to Santé’s Hansen

    Chef Jeremy Hansen, owner and chef at Santé Restaurant and Charcuterie, confirms he’ll be the culinary talent in the kitchen at the new Sapphire Lounge in the revamped Hotel Ruby …


  • Nectar Tasting Room set to open its doors

    The Nectar Tasting Room makes its debut Jan. 7. Owner and wine blogger Josh Wade has transformed his virtual wine discussions into a bricks-and-mortar tasting room at 120 S. Stevens …


  • Fresh Sheet: Market finds new South Perry spot

    The South Perry Farmers Market is still in the neighborhood. Plans to move inside for the winter were disrupted when the fire marshal wouldn’t issue a permit for its planned …


  • Fresh Sheet: Chef to offer holiday hints

    Spiff up your holiday appetizer offerings with help from Chef Elijah Dalager. Dalager, sous chef at Harbor Crest Retirement Community, will demonstrate light appetizers Monday from 4:30 to 6 p.m. …


  • Chefs, architects team up for gingerbread build-off

    Gingerbread houses look simple enough, but making one yourself can be an exercise in patience. However, the professional chefs and architects who build the candy-and-icing-coated cookie mansions at the annual …


  • Fresh Sheet: Farmers markets relish insider trading

    That chill in the air means more than just frost on the pumpkin – it means that area farmers markets are winding down for the season. Never fear, market junkies: …


  • Fresh Sheet: Chaps first on ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’

    The first of the area’s restaurants to be featured on the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” is on the schedule. Chaps owner Celeste Shaw confirmed the Latah Creek eatery …


  • Memories of Dorothy Dean to be shared next week

    Thank you, thank you and thank you. Lovers of Dorothy Dean’s Homemaker’s Service flooded my e-mail, voice mail and mailbox with notes, photos and favorite recipes after an item in …


  • Fresh Sheet: Share your stories of Dorothy Dean

    This month marks the 75th anniversary of The Spokesman-Review’s beloved Dorothy Dean Homemakers Service. The newspaper launched its home economics department in 1935 with a test kitchen and cooking school …


  • Fresh Sheet: Book presents useful tips on outdoor cooking

    Summer weather is fading fast, but there’s still plenty of time to fire up the grill for easy backyard fare. Spokane authors Bonnie Clark and William Maltese’s new book, “Back …


  • Taste of cook-off victory has Spokane woman hooked

    Paula Mannino is hooked. The Spokane woman, who teaches Italian cooking classes at her home, says she’s thinking of becoming a cooking-contest junkie after a recent win in the second …


  • Spokane boy’s burger picked for cookbook

    An 11-year old Spokane boy’s recipe is in the fourth Annual “Red Robin Kids’ Cook-Off” cookbook. Nicholas Wells’ Peach-tastic Burger was chosen from more than 11,000 recipes in this year’s …

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