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Spokane-based Fresh Nature Foods is advancing to the next phase of a national competition to feature its products in Walmart and Sam’s Club stores.
A Spokane-based agricultural company has been selected to participate in a Walmart virtual event for a chance to sell its products in the retailer's stores.
Summer is coming to an end, and I’m literally wrapping it up with one of my favorite seasonal recipes aptly named summer rolls. Also known as fresh spring rolls or salad rolls, these Vietnamese rice paper bundles are packed with crisp veggies, bright herbs, shrimp and noodles.
Fresh Soul in Spokane's East Central neighborhood has continued training young men and women for careers, even as the restaurant has closed its doors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fresh Soul plans to reopen July 8.
As the community and nation struggle with deadly encounters with police, protests and the politics of division, two Spokane coffee business owners learned this week how controversial social media posts can hurt or boost their clientele.
There’s something undeniably cozy about old television shows. Thanks to streaming, gone are the days you had to depend on reruns to get your TV nostalgia fix.
It’s no surprise that comedienne Margaret Cho’s run of four shows at the Spokane Comedy Club from Feb. 27-29 included sold-out dates, but one surprise was her opening act, openly gay comedian and Texas native Daniel Rugg Webb.
Margaret Cho is a trailblazer. She is credited as being the first successful Asian American comedienne in a field still fairly dominated by men. The Korean American who grew up in San Francisco has always been open about her sexuality and is an LGBTQ icon.
Spokane resident and Yoke’s Fresh Market clerk Henry Johnson has earned the title of best grocery bagger in the state for the second year in a row.
Walmart is rolling out a grocery delivery subscription service this fall as it races to gain an advantage in the competitive fresh food business.
Fresh hop season is in full swing, so keep an eye on your favorite local breweries to see when they are releasing their own versions of these autumn-only beers.
If you’re not into soup year round, brace yourself because the winds of change are headed your way. I’m telling you, this chowder will have you proclaiming summer as “soup season.” It’s light, yet hearty, chock full of fresh veggies and even has bacon. Yes, bacon. Sold ya there, didn’t I?
Like an 18th century sailor mapping out a series of Caribbean islands on a rum-running escapade, vegans and vegetarians will often ping-pong around a city bouncing from store to store in search of their preferred plant-based fix. A true first world problem.
People have been flocking to a farmers market in the West Central Neighborhood that gives away free produce since Our Place Community Ministries first started it three years ago.
On July 25, commemorate the 1974 opening of Clinkerdagger with a 45th anniversary cocktail party on the patio. Enjoy your favorite fare and select specialty cocktails for $4.50. RSVPs are required via Clinkerdagger’s Facebook page.
SecretBurger.com is hosting Sweetbread Twinkies night at Clover Restaurant & Bar at 913 E. Sharp Ave. on July 2. Yes,
In a Facebook post Friday afternoon, restaurateur Kate Hansen announced that her husband, chef Jeremy Hansen, and she decided to shutter Common Crumb Artisan Bakery and Biscuit Wizard in Saranac Commons on Sunday. Here’s the post from Kate Hansen: “There is something I’ve been meaning to share for a while, and it is finally time. Jeremy and I have come to a crossroads in our business pursuits and will be wrapping up our time at the wonderful Saranac Commons this Sunday. It’s not every day that an opportunity is given to create a bakery in a historic building, and we took that opportunity and ran with it.”
Tiffany Cable’s bakery, Blissful Whisk, opened for business May 25 at 1612 N. Barker Road near Mission in Spokane Valley. The local mom put herself through culinary school at Spokane Community College to open her bakery after her kids left for college.
Dave Slackman, KISS fan and assistant manager of Yoke’s Fresh Market in South Richland, was successful in getting KISS frontman Gene Simmons’ MoneyBag Soda on Yoke’s shelves, so he was rewarded with lunch with the rock legend in Spokane in February. However, there was more to come. Much more.
Actress Constance Wu appeared to be unhappy her ABC sitcom ”Fresh Off The Boat“ was renewed for a sixth season