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Water Cooler: Terminology and deals to celebrate National Coffee Day

Today is National Coffee Day, followed by International Coffee Day on the first of October. Coffee drinkers everywhere can rejoice in splurging on their favorite beverage. If you’re not a coffee drinker but feel like indulging for the occasion, here is a quick guide to espresso beverages to help you navigate all the tasty choices at your local coffee shop.

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Charcuterie 101: Putting your best board forward

As much art as it is snack-worthy, charcuterie is a mainstay of the hors d’oeuvres department. Relatively easy to prepare; fancy, yet casual – who could resist? Here are five places to find a great charcuterie board in Spokane.
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Water Cooler: Pickled peppers are a quick, flavorful staple

UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 22, 2021

Pickled peppers are more than just a tongue twister. They are a reserve of incredible flavor, waiting in your refrigerator for the moment you need to add something interesting to a sandwich, salad, soup, taco, hot dog, nachos or your favorite midnight snack.
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New Impossible nuggets actually taste like chicken

The nugget aisle at the grocery store – already packed full of varieties, from dinosaur-shaped to sauce-slicked – gets a plant-based addition as Impossible Chicken Nuggets hits frozen-food cases this month, and celebrity chefs have designed menu items using them. 
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In the Kitchen With Ricky: Shrimp boil is a crowd-pleaser

UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 25, 2021

This week we are focusing on a classic boil. Boils can traditionally be prepared with numerous kinds of shellfish, whether saltwater or freshwater. I chose to use shrimp today as they are readily available and always a crowd-pleaser.