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UPDATED: Mon., July 8, 2019, 4:55 p.m.

Dorothy Dean presents: Do you like piña coladas?

Observed annually on July 10, National Piña Colada Day celebrates that deliciously creamy concoction made with pineapple, coconut cream and rum. It also is the national drink of Puerto Rico.

Where to find martinis – shaken or stirred – in Spokane on National Martini Day today

Before my current love affair with all things Old Fashioned, the martini was the poison of choice. Bombay Sapphire gin martini, extra dirty, extra olives. (BTW, I accept that gin …

Are teens consuming too many sports drinks?

Now, researchers at Harvard University have found a small but significant increase in the weekly consumption of high-carbohydrate sports drinks among teens.

Coca-Cola working to turn war on sugar into a profitable venture

The push to reduce the amount of sugar in soft drinks – long seen as a threat to the beverage industry – has been more profitable for Coca-Cola Co. than …

Spokane bars crack down on thefts of copper cups

The cups just kept disappearing. They would wander off, sometimes in a purse, sometimes deep in a coat pocket. It was a slow exodus, but it added up to a …

Summer sippers, savory snacks make cocktail parties a breeze

It’s easy to shake up summer entertainment plans without too much extra effort. Why not host a cocktail party? Garden herbs, summer fruit or even travel plans provide plenty of …

Peppermint Crush a festive winter drink

The winter cocktail menu at the newly refurbished Pyramid Restaurant & Bar in the Fairmont Dallas includes this Christmassy cocktail that’s made even more festive with a frosting of crushed …

Bolthouse BomDia drinks get passing grade

“Because it’s good for you,” doesn’t work when it comes to the Reader Food Panel. Tasters drink up because that’s what they’ve volunteered to do, even in the face of …