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Tuesday, October 20, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Dorothy Dean presents: Swiss steak is a comforting and hearty meal

Before making swiss steak, I hadn’t a clue what it was. During a phone call with my mom, she brought up a dish that consisted of beef that was braised in a tomato gravy with onions. The way she nostalgically raved about its rich sauce and tender meat, I was intrigued and knew I had to give it a try.

Dorothy Dean presents: Light and savory clouds are an egg-citing new breakfast dish

Eggs. They’ve been over easy, scrambled, poached and boiled – you know, the usual. From sunny side up to frittatas, we’ve had this protein-packed breakfast star in every way possible – or have we? If you haven’t heard of “egg clouds” (also called “egg nests”), it’s an egg-citingly new and fun way to enjoy the first meal of the day.

Dorothy Dean presents cheesecake brownies with a cherry on top

Did you know nearly every day of the year is dedicated to honoring food or a culinary creation? This month alone has more than 40 food holidays celebrating things like jelly beans, shrimp scampi, pecans, pretzels, empanadas and oatmeal cookies.