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How to get perfect sunny-side up eggs every time

I have a confession: I’m not the biggest fan of the fried egg. While there are instances when the crispy, lacy edges take a dish to the next level, other times they are an impediment to satisfying silken sustenance.

How to separate eggs without the stress or mess

Eggs are one of the kitchen’s greatest wonders – not only because of the myriad ways you can use them to whip up a quick and easy meal, but also because of their two distinct elements, the yolks and whites.

Five stellar chicken sandwiches available at Spokane restaurants

Spokane has five local chicken sandwiches that blow Chick-fil-A completely out of the water. Go support these amazing local owners, chefs and industry workers. For now, the Fried Chicken Sandwich at Logan Tavern is a Thursday-only special. I say “for now” because my plan is if I eat enough of them, Logan will be forced to place it on the menu full time.

Best way to poach an egg also happens to be the easiest

I am just as guilty as the next person when it comes to fretting about how my food looks when I post it on Instagram. Multiple shots. Contorting myself to avoid casting shadows. Of course, when it comes to the food you see here, I have the assistance of a professional stylist and photographer.

Jared Stern tackles ‘Green Eggs and Ham’

Publisher Bennett Cerf bet Theodore Giesel (aka Dr. Seuss) that he could not write a book with 50 words or less. Seuss was a man of few words, having used only 236 to write the classic “The Cat in the Hat.” He accepted the bet and wrote “Green Eggs and Ham” in 1960, using exactly 50 words.

Upcycled Life: Silk dyed eggs

This technique for dying eggs with old neckties or other silk fabric scraps is simple and creates beautiful designs that pop.

Love, revenge, politics and turkeys: A South Hill story

Despite efforts to thin the number of turkeys roaming about Spokane, the birds have persevered. Neighbors are split about how to deal with the rafters and the Spokane City Council isn’t about the step into the controversy. It’s left state wildlife officials with the worn strategy of asking the public to avoid feeding wild animals.