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Chad White, partners to open taco shop Uno Mas in Spokane Valley

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 25, 2022

Chef and restaurateur Chad White, Hello Sugar owners Ramsey and Amy Pruchnic and TT’s Old Iron Brewery and BBQ co-owner Travis Thosath are opening a taco shop, Uno Mas, in the former location of Hello Sugar in Spokane Valley with a target start date of mid-March.
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I tried hot Dr Pepper, and it’s better than you might think

There is something satisfying for a modern cook about looking at old recipes, particularly those mid-century American ones that took liberties with all manner of processed foods. Lime Jell-O with cheese? Assorted Oscar Mayer meats and wieners fashioned into Christmas ornaments and affixed to a Styrofoam tree?
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Would you pay $65 for really good boxed wine? This maker is betting on it

I was intrigued last month to see on social media news of a limited release of something called Really Good Boxed Wine. It was 2019 pinot noir from the Russian River Valley in Sonoma County priced at $65. At first blush, that sounds ridiculous, but it amounts to $16.25 a bottle, a very fair (even cheap) price.
A&E >  Food

Running Tab: Focus is on food at Jerry Dicker’s newly (re)opened Steam Plant

UPDATED: Sat., Dec. 18, 2021

The Steam Plant Restaurant & Brewpub completed a major renovation in 2017, making the downtown location a cool must-see. So when Jerry Dicker purchased the building, which had closed during the pandemic, from Avista Corp. in May, there was little to update structurally. Dicker talked with The Spokesman-Review.
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Happy 100th, Bloody Mary: Paris marks cocktail’s birthday

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 16, 2021

PARIS – Harry’s Bar in Paris is celebrating the 100th birthday of the Bloody Mary, the vodka-tomato juice cocktail believed to have been invented at the iconic watering hole in 1921. The centenary events this week bring a welcome respite from winter gloom and worries about the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
A&E >  Food

Farmer’s beer soup from a top chef will get you through any cold snap

Let us now praise the virtues of soup: There's no better food for this time of year, holiday cookies notwithstanding. A bubbling pot is the best antidote to the outer chill. Beyond that obvious appeal, it's also one of the most forgiving dishes you can make – no small relief in the middle of the relentless holiday season.

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