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  • Azar’s hummus to help out museum

    Victor Azar is hoping to whip up some support for the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture and Café MAC with a new product. Azar is packaging and selling two …


  • Winery raises glass to its 15th anniversary

    Pend d’Oreille Winery is celebrating 15 years with music, discounts, dinner, and, of course, wine. The festivities begin on Friday with the release of the new 2007 Meyer Reserve Cabernet …


  • Fresh Sheet: Food growers to receive assistance

    If growing your own food is a passion, there are a host of upcoming classes and tours that could help you expand the backyard menu: •On Saturday, Slow Food Spokane …


  • Local chefs grilling it up for barbecue bragging rights

    Three Spokane chefs will showcase their best barbecue for a friendly competition Saturday at Pool World in Spokane Valley. Chicken ’n’ More owner and cook Bob Hemphill; Jeremy Hansen, owner …


  • Barbecue course to teach finer points

    Whether competition barbecue is a hobby or it is time to take backyard smoking to the next level, the Pacific Northwest Barbecue Association has a class to consider. Anthony James …


  • Temple serves up specials

    Members of the Spokane Buddhist Temple have been busy rolling, cutting and cooking senbei for their Spring Food Bazaar. The salty, sweet rice crackers will be sold Sunday from 11 …


  • Garbanzos going green at Costco stores

    We all know garbanzo beans. The dried, blond beans, aka chickpeas, are fantastic in hummus and other Mediterranean dishes. Right? Starting tomorrow, Costco shoppers will get a chance to try …


  • Fresh Sheet: Churchill’s Steakhouse back on menu

    Churchill’s Steakhouse has returned to serving its signature dry-aged prime beef steaks. The fine dining restaurant recently reopened at 165 S. Post St., in what’s known as the Joel Building. …


  • New owner of Caterina Winery ready for reopening

    Caterina Winery celebrates its grand reopening Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. New owner Don Townshend, of Townshend Cellar, has remodeled and revamped the tasting room and released four new …


  • Unique doughnut treats draw wonderment along with praise

    The initial reaction by the crowd around the doughnut box was not promising. “Those do not look good,” came one assessment. Others hesitated only a respectful moment before reaching in …


  • Fresh Sheet: Curlew contestant takes aim at top prize

    Although Heather Beedle is one of five finalists in the French’s National Cook-off, she already feels like a winner. The Curlew, Wash., mother of six will fly to New York …


  • Fresh Sheet: Spokane to be featured on ‘Ace of Cakes’

    Spokane residents might find a familiar scene if they flip over to the Food Network’s “Ace of Cakes” on Thursday evening. Charm City Cakes designer extraordinaire Duff Goldman sculpts a …


  • Fresh Sheet: Leadership group to raise money with cookbook

    Leadership Spokane students are selling a new cookbook. The modest spiral-bound collection of favorite recipes was created as part of their leadership training for 2010 – but that’s only the …


  • Fresh Sheet: Culinary crews to construct their gingerbread treats

    Catch the action in this year’s Christ Kitchen Gingerbread Build-off on Sunday at the Davenport Hotel. Culinary teams from Yoke’s, Marsells Cakes and Desserts, the Coeur d’Alene Casino, INTEGRUS Architecture …


  • Top recipes from food co-op now available in cookbook

    Here’s an early holiday gift from the Moscow Food Co-op.


  • Fresh Sheet: Trezzi ushers in new era for wine

    Last year under a cold October sky, Davide and Stephanie Trezzi and their friends harvested the first barbera wine grapes from the small vineyard near the modern red barn that …


  • Vegans get chance to dine with legend

    Spokane Vegans will cook dinner and host best-selling cookbook author Sarah Kramer at One World Spokane on Monday. Kramer, celebrating the 10th anniversary of her first cookbook, “How it All …


  • Faith community to discuss food issues

    “How can we ensure that no one goes hungry while also ensuring a safe, beautiful earth for our grandchildren?” The search for answers to that question led Wanda Daehlin, a …


  • Wineries celebrating with special events

    Not that you need one, but there are a handful of excuses to stop by a local winery in the next week or so. Whitestone Winery in Wilbur, Wash., will …


  • ‘Taste of Tuscany’ brings Italian cuisine to the Palouse

    Try a taste of Tuscany next Wednesday evening and help Washington State University students study abroad. The WSU School of Hospitality management will host “A Taste of Tuscany on the …


  • ‘Urban farmer’ coming to area

    Mark the calendar: Bay Area urban farmer Novella Carpenter is making a stop in Spokane. Santé Restaurant and Charcuterie, along with Main Market Co-op, will host the visit 5:30 to …


  • Grown-ups can benefit from some schooling

    While you’re in back-to-school mode with the kids, consider a class for yourself. Winemaking, beer brewing and natural cleaning classes are on the schedule for Spokane Parks and Recreation this …


  • Annual festival brings out best of Greek food

    Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church members will host their annual Greek Dinner Festival starting Thursday. Enjoy pastries, souvlakia from the outside grill and sit down or take-out dinners of beef …


  • Fresh Sheet: Meals to benefit literacy program

    Dish up for literacy next Thursday. Eat of one of five area restaurants Sept. 24 and a portion of the proceeds that day will benefit Page Ahead Children’s Literacy Program.


  • Kitchen Engine celebrates three years

    Don’t miss this train: The Kitchen Engine is celebrating its anniversary with three days of tastings, demonstrations and classes. The Frickle family opened the store three years ago at the …


  • Blanchard to learn from a master

    Ready to learn from the masters? Master chef Steve Geving is hosting a series of classes at the Blanchard Community Center, 685 Rusho Road in Blanchard, Idaho.


  • Event will raise money for local farmers market

    The Spokane Farmers Market will host its first fundraiser dinner Aug. 11 at Urban Eden Farm in Vinegar Flats. Tickets are $40 each for the “Feast with the Farms” dinner …


  • Web site features food, drink faves

    Combine cars with food and what one usually gets is a quick lunch you can eat with one hand. Not this time.


  • Colbert woman seeks bake-off support

    Joan Cossette has done the hard part – now she needs help from voters. The Colbert woman’s recipe for Orange-Coconut Breakfast Rolls is one of the 20 entries selected by …


  • See if your apple pie is the best at Pend Oreille County Fair

    Think your hot apple pie is the best? Make something with chocolate that can’t be beat? The Pend Oreille County Fair can add some blue-ribbon bragging rights to your resume …


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