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Tuesday, October 20, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Running Tab: New on the menu – a pastrami taco, aka a tacastrami?

I have always been an avid fan of inventive fusion cuisine, when two dissimilar items or categories of food are joined in harmony. Think Japanese and Italian, eggs and/or peanut butter on cheeseburgers and kimchi with fried rice.Now add pastrami and tacos to that list – a tacastrami taco, to be exact.

Locally rooted: Share Farm offers home delivery of area produce, more

It’s truly farm to door, and it’s to the benefit of local farmers and vendors and a convenience for customers. Share Farm, by local entrepreneurs Vince Peak and Eric Kobe and chef and restaurateur Adam Hegsted, was launched in July after Peak and Kobe created the Share Farm app last fall and soft launched it.

Birds and Bubbles? Yes, it’s fried chicken and champagne for dinner

It might seem like an unlikely pairing, but Wandering Table hosted a Birds and Bubbles dinner across the corridor at the Yards Bruncheon on Thursday night in Kendall Yards, and the casual gathering was nearly sold out. Yes, the dinner was fried chicken, and assorted side dishes, paired with champagne.

Adam Hegsted talks Crave’s evolution

The third-annual Crave Food and Drink Celebration is July 11-13, and Adam Hegsted, the mastermind behind Yards Bruncheon, Wandering Table, Incrediburger & Eggs, Gilded Unicorn, Le Catering and another downtown Spokane location opening in the near future (think Hot Pockets), among others, chatted about Crave over chicken fried steak and eggs at Cottage Café in Spokane Valley on a recent Friday afternoon.

New farmers market slated to start in Spokane Valley

The City of Spokane Valley has partnered with the JAKT Foundation to launch the new farmers market in June through an economic and lodging tax grant. Meantime, volunteers and vendors are needed.

Winner, winner

Chef Adam Hegsted is throwing a bash for the second anniversary of his Fried Chicken & Local Beer Dinner Series.