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Wednesday, August 21, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Then and Now: Western Dairy Products

The second-largest dairy in the country began in Spokane with the 1888 arrival of two brothers, George and David Brown.

Cooking with cannabis: Dig into New York steak with compound butter

A New York strip is one of my favorite cuts of beef, from the short loin.

Deal in Dunkin’ Donuts case could mean free buttered treats for some

An attorney is defending a proposed settlement between a man and Dunkin’ Donuts shops that could mean $500 for the lead plaintiff, free buttered baked goods for hundreds of other …

Ban on Irish butter sparks fight in butter-loving Wisconsin

Wisconsin resident Jean Smith snatches up entire stocks of her beloved Kerrygold Irish butter from stores when visiting family in Nebraska, thanks to an antiquated law in her dairy-obsessed state …

Tunisian spiced butter makes everything it touches better

Weeknight dinners challenge all of us – especially during the overloaded holiday season. I employ a few tricks to help lessen the angst: I keep a stash of individually wrapped, …

Then and Now: Dairy dreams

Brothers George and David Brown wanted to make it big in the butter business. They journeyed to Spokane in 1888 and formed Hazelwood Farms, named after their father’s farm in …

Norma Lyon, Iowa fair’s ‘butter cow lady,’ dies

Norma “Duffy” Lyon, whose life-size butter sculptures of cows, Elvis and even Jesus and his disciples delighted Iowa state fairgoers for nearly half a century, has died. She was 81.