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After experimenting with different writing styles for years, local artist and photographer Joyce Wilkens found in poetry an inspiring new world of expression. To celebrate the release of her first collection, “Poetry Pie,” Wilkens will host a socially distanced open house this weekend.
For this catch-up, the “Top Chef” Season 13 cheftestant and James Beard nominee discussed the 2020 Whiskey Barrel Weekend at Coeur d’Alene Resort, his just-announced new location for Zona Blanca, his just-announced new menu for Steel Barrel, his new project with Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park and his new winter menu at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars.
Death can be one of the best career moves for a rock star. Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse kept ascending as recording artists when they passed. Each remains on a pedestal.
Nothing beats a one-skillet meal for ease of preparation on special occasions. This cheesy spinach pie can be made ahead of time and served at room temperature, and it’s also terrific on a buffet table right out of the oven.
Sometimes when I’m thumbing through food magazines or scrolling through a favorite cooking site, I’ll come across a recipe I haven’t thought about in years. That happened recently as I was on the prowl for pantry- and freezer-friendly recipes – something I’ve been fixated on since the coronavirus pandemic forced us all into social distancing.
Birdie’s Pie Shop owner Sharee Moss knew she wanted to give back to community members and customers financially impacted by COVID-19.
So 3.14 also is known as Pi. It’s the irrational number with an indefinite decimal that’s used to find the circumference of a circle. So it should be no surprise that March 14 (3/14) was the day chosen to honor the mathematical constant, which also happens to be Albert Einstein’s birthday.
To say that Sharee Moss has her fingers in many pies is not much of an exaggeration. She’s a mother of five, a nurse practitioner in the pediatric ER at Sacred Heart, and she designs and builds her own homes. Now her husband, Brad, and she have opened their own pie shop in Post Falls lovingly named “Birdie’s Pie Shop.”
A map created with geotagged Twitter data by food site thedaringkitchen.com has identified the most reviled Thanksgiving food from sea to shining sea, and the Evergreen State residents might be fans of apples, but think again when it comes to cranberries.
Whether you pick them in an orchard or at the grocery store down the street, there’s no better time than now to bake with fall’s favorite fruit: apples.
Celebrated annually on Oct. 17, National Pasta Day reminds us that it’s OK on occasion to start the day off with a creamy bowl of elbow mac and cheese and continue the day eating our way through the variety of pasta shapes and dishes.
No, this pumpkin news isn’t from Starbucks about its in(famous) lattes or Trader Joe’s about its season oatmeal. Yes, it’s only July, but Kit Kat is getting a jumpstart on all celebrations pumpkin with the release of its Kit Kat Pumpkin Pie bar.
Federal officials are preparing to get rid of decades-old rules for labeling frozen cherry pies.
If decking yourself – or your food – out it green isn’t your thing for St. Patrick’s Day, celebrate with this delicious classic Irish dish, shepherd’s pie.
The North Idaho pie company has launched a Kickstarter campaign in the hope of raising $20,000 toward securing a storefront in Coeur d’Alene.
Now is the time to place an order if you want a pie in time for Thanksgiving.
All three bake shops will present pies for an official taste test Thursday in downtown Spokane.
You have until Friday.
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Lebo, who has called Spokane home since January 2015, will bring some of her thoughts on the perfection that is pie to the Northwest Passages Book Club stage of the Dorothy Dean Cooking School on Saturday.