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Monday, April 6, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Ellie Krieger perfects the zucchini noodle salad

Using spiralized zucchini gives this simple but scrumptious salad a dose of fun. While the vegetable is served uncooked, it doesn’t taste raw per se — a sprinkle of salt …


The morel of the story: eat more mushrooms

These nutty little nuggets – brainy, grainy and resembling certain kinds of coral – are valued for their depth of flavor, lending an earthiness to all kinds of dishes. Butter …


Colonel Sanders’ secret recipe revealed? Not so fast, says KFC

Has Colonel Sanders’ nephew inadvertently revealed to the world the secret blend of 11 herbs and spices behind KFC’s fried chicken empire?


Beefy, beany stew is warm, simple meal with slow cooker ease

I just love my slow-cooker. I make everything in it, from summertime ribs to baked potatoes to spaghetti squash. But in the winter, there is nothing quite as satisfying as …


Spaghetti squash ‘noodle’ bowls move beyond red sauce and cheese

Jalapeño sauce gives Vietnamese-style steak dish a kick


Win at pasta with the approachable recipes in this cookbook

From arrabbiata sauce to baked ziti, Betty Crocker’s latest is all about pasta.


Brine recipe should bring tears to cooks’ eyes

For my last fishing trip in Washington, I wanted to revisit where I started six years ago: Clear Lake. Yet in my many trips throughout the area, I had never …


Recipe: Elk sombre marsala over penne

Elk is simply a step above – both in terms of the hunt, and its flavor. Should any big-game hunter find himself or herself in a quandary over what to …


Cooking your game: Venison carne asada bliss

Much like mail carriers, deer hunters live by an unspoken creed – neither rain nor snow nor heat nor the gloom of the early morning will keep us from the …


Cooking your catch: Seared steelhead with pinot grigio cream sauce

Throughout the Northwest, the hunt is on for steelhead. Rivers are filling up with these magnificent, elusive creatures. I have heard some anglers refer to steelhead (particularly wild steelhead) as …


Cooking your game: Pheasant fajita tacos, a southwestern take on an Inland Northwest delicacy

When it comes to table fare, a lot of hunters would rank the taste of pheasant within their top three, perhaps behind chukar and grouse. The hunt itself – a …


Sweet potato pie has a savory side

“Pies: Sweet and Savory,” (DK Publishing, 2013) is a beautiful tribute to pies of all kinds. The step-by-step photos and beautiful close-up photography from William Reavell will inspire anyone afraid …


WSU offering premium beef

Washington State University is best known for Cougar cheeses and Ferdinand’s ice cream. Now there’s a new culinary specialty on the menu: beef. University staff and animal-science students are raising …


Cookbook filled with year-round grilling recipes

Good Housekeeping will keep you grilling right through summer and beyond with this cookbook. “Grilling: More Than 120 Perfect Year-Round Recipes” is the latest addition to the Kohl’s Cares program. …


Red, white and divine holiday treats

Don’t let the middle-of-the-week holiday stop you from pulling together a quick, patriotic dessert for your Fourth of July festivities. Here are four festive recipes that can be made today …


Yearning for diner’s Coneys

Reader Jim Christiansen sent a note about a diner in downtown Spokane during the 1950s. Christiansen says his dad would take him to Stan’s Coneys, in the 400 block of …


Top recipe melds scallops, gnocchi, romesco sauce

Young chef Gina Myers won the Every Woman Can cook-off competition at the Spokane Women’s Show on April 16. Judges chose Myers’ recipe for Seared Scallops over Spring Pea Gnocchi …


Use greens to brighten your table for Easter

In this salad, bright green vegetables work to enhance the spring feel of your Easter table. The Mediterranean flavors of citrus, artichoke, olive oil and feta cheese pair wonderfully with …


Bread winner kneads dough

Jennifer Tiegs bakes. She bakes cookies, brownies, cakes and other goodies, but in her family, no one has ever had much luck with yeast. “Everything turned out like hockey pucks,” …


Colbert woman seeks bake-off support

Joan Cossette has done the hard part – now she needs help from voters. The Colbert woman’s recipe for Orange-Coconut Breakfast Rolls is one of the 20 entries selected by …


Whip up a winner for the fair

Now that kids are out of school, there’s time to dabble in the kitchen and perhaps whip up a contest-winning treat. Karo Corn Syrup is sponsoring a new kids’ cookie …


Morning Romance This Year, Remember Your Valentine At Breakfast

Candles, flowers and flavored syrup can turn a simple stack of pancakes into something special. Photo by Knight-Ridder Tribune


Hom Cookin’ Renowned Chef Ken Hom Offers Some Home-Style Chinese Recipes In His Latest Cookbook

Ken Hom never lets a little fire scare him, particularly when he’s got a bunch of beef and several bell peppers flaming in his wok. Photo by Knight-Ridder


What To Cook? Coming Up With A Plan For Your Meals Can Be The Hardest Part

New year, same old question: What’s for dinner? If you’re reading this first thing in the morning, odds are you may not know yet. In a recent survey for Campbell’s …


In The Soup The Man Immortalized On ‘Seinfeld’ Creates Exquisite Art In Every Bowl

1. “Soup man” Al Yeganeh stands outside his now-famous soup kitchen in Manhattan. “The soup, it is my life,” he says. Photo by Associated Press 2. Yeganeh, who works 21-hour …


Olivita Crostini Real Winner For Cda’s Suzan Ward

Resting on a bed of cruncy french bread, olivita crostini is a quick and easy appetizer. Photo by Associated Press


Battling The Bottle Blues Party Too Hearty? We Feel Your Pain - And We’re Here To Help

Dean Martin’s best advice on avoiding a hangover was to “stay drunk.” We feel compelled to point out that’s the late Dean Martin. Nobody - not even ol’ Dino - …


Try Your Hand At Souffle New Year’s Eve

Tradition rules the holiday table through Dec. 30. Soothing and familiar foods are the favorites, but come New Year’s, anything goes. A group of us cooks got together one New …


Easy Dip Just Right For Party

Looking for an easy homemade dip? One basic recipe - Stir and Serve Party Dip - is the answer. The recipe, from Land O’Lakes, takes about 5 minutes to prepare. …


Ever Wonder About The Illustrious History Of Turmeric?

Most of us are familiar with turmeric, the spice that gives curry powder and mustard a bright yellow color. What you may not know is that it has quite an …