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Michael Wiley, 43, was born and raised in Spokane and got his start in the restaurant business at the Old Spaghetti Factory downtown at age 17 in 1994. Fast forward 26 years, and Wiley has since opened Wiley’s Downtown Bistro and runs a catering business, Wiley’s Catering Co.
A journey to Minneapolis was inspired after the underheralded city announced that it entered Phase 3 in July. A reasonable round-trip ticket ($228 via United) and deals throughout the city led to a sojourn east. There is plenty to experience outdoors in the land of lakes.
Keeping a bag of frozen shrimp on hand is an ingredient strategy I have long relied on and one which has proved especially useful these days. It’s the ultimate healthy convenience food.
“I firmly believe in community over competition,” said one local business owner who has offered to help displaced tenants of the burned building at Fourth Street and Lakeside Avenue.
Six downtown Coeur d’Alene businesses are without a home and with uncertain futures after fire ripped through their building at Fourth Street and Lakeside Avenue early Monday.
After months of shortages, Impossible Foods is partnering with a veteran food production company to ramp up supplies of its popular plant-based burgers.
This month, the fireworks are not only in the sky, they also are on your plate – in the form of a burger. But not your average burger. This epic masterpiece is filled with Doritos, stuffed with pepper jack, coated in Doritos and topped with salsa, creamy nacho cheese and jalapeños. Amazing, I know.
May 28 is National Burger Day, so if you're reading this online at spokesman.com, you’re on a roll (OK, a bun, actually). If you’re reading this in today’s Food section, you need to ketchup. So … back to more important matters, newsroom employees at The Spokesman-Review, in celebration of National Burger Day, were asked the following: What’s the best burger in Spokane – and why?
Local family-owned business Roger’s Ice Cream & Burgers was established in 1940 in Moscow and is a part of Coeur d’Alene history. On Wednesday, Roger’s adds to its history by opening a fourth location at 8833 Hess St. in Hayden.
If you want to skip meat, a new era of options is here. Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods are among the companies racing to tap into the massive U.S. market of meat eaters by more closely mimicking the taste of beef than vegetarian patties of the past.
More than four months after Missouri became the first U.S. state to regulate the term “meat” on product labels, Nebraska’s powerful farm groups are pushing for similar protection from veggie burgers, tofu dogs and other items that look and taste like meat.
A Hawaii-based burger chain has closed a Honolulu restaurant for cleaning after a video posted to social media appeared to show a rat being cooked on the grill.
This big burger isn’t for the faint of heart.
Pancake chain IHOP confirmed that the company faked its recent name change as a stunt to promote its burgers, the company tweeted on Monday. The return to its true name comes as the pancake chain celebrates its 60th birthday.
IHOP, which teased a name change to IHOb earlier this month, says the “b” is to promote its burger menu.
It might not be the most accurate reflection of diversity trends in Spokane. But the food smells that permeate people’s cars in Spokane have changed over the years.
Breakfast, burgers and boozy milkshakes will make up most of the menu at the new downtown Spokane burger-and-breakfast joint.
McDonald’s has launched a line of premium mix-and-match sandwiches it calls Signature Crafted, a pricier option it hopes customers will bite onto despite their focus on value. The Signature Crafted line features three topping choices, and all come with white cheddar cheese. The timing of the rollout varies by market, and some restaurants offered the sandwiches earlier than this week.
Spokane’s D. Lish’s Hamburgers has changed the name of its seven-patty novelty hamburger – formerly called “the Karnowski” in honor of Gonzaga University’s star basketball player Przemysław “Przemek” Karnowski.
Our look at seven of the tastiest burgers in Spokane, plus a few honorable mentions