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Dozens of Seattle bars/restaurants require vaccination proof

SEATTLE — At least 60 Seattle bars and restaurants as of Friday began requiring customers to prove they have been vaccinated as a requirement to eat or dine inside as the highly infectious COVID-19 delta variant spreads through Washington state.

How to ember grill sweet potatoes for smoky, caramelized flavor

Grilling vegetables is not like grilling meat. I know that, you probably know that, and Steven Raichlen certainly knows that. For one, as Raichlen tells me, “a steak is a steak is a steak, but with vegetables, there’s such an incredible diversity of flavors.”

US diplomat worried about pandemic, food supply in N Korea

America’s No. 2 diplomat on Friday expressed sympathy for North Koreans facing hardships and food shortages linked to the coronavirus pandemic and renewed calls for the North to return to talks over its nuclear program.

Water Cooler: Get schooled in plant-based cooking

Plant-based eating is much more than eating salads every day. Here are some cookbooks that can give you the inspiration and know-how you need to make a delicious variety of plant-based meals. “Forks Over Knives” by Del Sroufe – This cookbook is all about shifting mentality.

Five top Spokane food spots from a teen’s perspective

Chicago is known for its pizza, Seattle for its seafood and New York for its pastrami. Spokane, however, is well-regarded for its wide variety of high-quality restaurants. Here are five of the best restaurants in Spokane, each adding something significant to the scene.

Virus surge fears, U.K. leader’s quarantine, mar ‘Freedom Day’

LONDON – Corks popped, beats boomed out and giddy revelers rushed onto dancefloors when England’s nightclubs reopened Monday as the country lifted most remaining coronavirus restrictions after more than a year of lockdowns, mask mandates and other pandemic-related curbs on freedom.