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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Learn about growing mushrooms and more

The University of Idaho Extension and Idaho Department of Lands are hosting Growing Forest Mushrooms and Forest Edibles workshops.

Gourmet ganja: Cannabis-laced edibles are coming of age

Marijuana enthusiasts have long since embraced weed for eating. But gone are the days when eating weed meant choosing between a classic marijuana brownie or laced chocolate chip cookie. Options are more varied now, more elegant, more refined.

Edibles are coming of age

Gone are the days when eating weed meant choosing between a classic marijuana brownie or laced chocolate chip cookie. Options are more varied now, more elegant, more refined. In honor of upcoming 420, here are a few of them.

Make a Polish butter lamb for Easter

In the old country, the butter lamb would be tucked into an Easter basket – along with sausage, cheese, salt, horseradish, babka, bacon, eggs, a candle, greenery, ribbons and linen – and be brought to church to be blessed by a priest.

Zip’s: Fries, tartar, milkshakes and nostalgia

After reading the Adriana Janovich story about Zip's in yesterday's paper, I couldn't stop thinking about milkshakes-- specifically a rich, thick, creamy peanut butter shake. Thankfully, neither could my menfolk and my son went on a Zip's run and brought home the goods. Got a favorite milkshake or Zip's food?

12 best brunch spots in Spokane

Part breakfast, part lunch and savory as well as sweet, the casual, leisurely late-morning meal lets you sleep in. That’s one of the best things about it.