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New fair additions include ‘Duck Dynasty’ stars, Spice Traders cookoff

The Spokane County Interstate Fair opened on Friday, bringing elephant ears, racing pigs and doughnut burgers to the masses. Residents are urged to “Duck into the Fair,” which runs until Sept. 20. There are some additions to the live music, demolition derby and Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Rodeo that fair fans enjoy year after year.

Winner’s original recipe differs slightly

Spokane cooking teacher Paula Mannino loved competing in the LG Electronics “Taste of Something Better” contest, but she was concerned about a few changes the company made to her recipe before sharing it with The Spokesman-Review for a story in last week’s Food section. Mannino says the differences may seem small, but she fears that the texture of the dish suffers and she’s worried someone could choke on the pieces of a bay leaf if they follow the instructions in the edited recipe to crumble it before adding it to the polenta. Instead, she recommends simply breaking the bay leaf in half so the pieces are easy to find and remove before serving.

Taste of cook-off victory has Spokane woman hooked

Paula Mannino is hooked. The Spokane woman, who teaches Italian cooking classes at her home, says she’s thinking of becoming a cooking-contest junkie after a recent win in the second annual LG Electronics “Taste of Something Better” competition.