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  • Fresh & amp;amp; Tasty

      If you've relished fresh fish-and-chips at one of Seattle's pier eateries or indulged in freshly caught seafood prepared at a fine-dining sho
  • Fresh & amp;amp; Tasty

      DINING They're back! & lt;span class= & quot;dropcap & quot; & "W & lt;/span & e've been homeless since the end of April 2004 and almost a year in construction," says co-owner Steve Hill. Many have watched the progress at the corner of Main and Washingt
  • Milfords

      Though & lt;i & Milford's & lt;/i & turned 25
  • SG - Getaways

      Most everyone is familiar with the north end of Lak
  • Fresh and Tasty

      "We want Junebugs to have a community atmosphere where
  • Eclectic Eats

      Down
  • Fresh and Tasty

      Tucked away in the Davenport Arts Di
  • Comfort on the Menu

      On a recent Friday evening, the diner's counter was full with customers carrying on a lively banter. The cozy
  • The Name Game

      "We have gourmet pizza at its best," proclaims owner Dave Michaelsen. "It's the best product we could
  • The Name Game

      It's not just another pizza joint. Pedro's Pizza, a newly opened pizzeria on the South Hill, doesn't offer run-of-the-mill pizza. "We have gourmet pizza at its best," proclaims owner Dave Michaelsen. "It's the best product we could pu
  • Not Your Father's Dude Ranch

      It's not just about horseback riding and rustic Western living at dude ranches these days. Gourmet meals, ropes courses, yoga, fly-fishing, massage and mountain biking pamper and challenge today's dude-guests. So when I booked a week at
  • Greener Cleaners

      It's time for spring cleaning. Break out those heavy-duty household cleaning products and get ready to become squeaky clean. But wait ... Did you know that the Spokane Regional Solid Waste System considers household cleaning products hazar
  • Changing Hands

      "It was my son's idea," says Vic Wills, new co-owner of the Garden Grill. "He kept bugging me to have my own restaurant. And Janice Maas [the former owner] made me an offer I couldn't refuse. I've been a chef here for two years, and I ju
  • Barrels 'o Fun

      The film Sideways has opened up the heretofore-complex world of wine appreciation to the average Joe and Joan. It's also made wine geekdom hip. You may not wax rhapsodic about pinot noir like Miles, who called it "haunting, brilliant and
  • Right on Target

      Wineries in North Idaho tend to be under most wine lovers' radar, but not any more. Coeur d'Alene Cellars, the new winery in the Lake City, and Pend Oreille Winery in Sandpoint, which has recently moved to new digs, are making waves with
  • Going for Gold

      Local wineries Robert Carl Cellars and Barrister Winery have recently gone bottle to bottle against some hefty competition from around the world and come out on top. Joe and Rebecca Gunselman own the boutique winery, Robert Karl Cellar
  • Low Carbs, High Volume

      This started out as an article on whether people's dining habits have changed since the "mad cow" scare last December. It sounded like an interesting angle. After a few calls to local chefs and restaurant owners, however, I found that di
  • The Wild West

      We stand out like a sore thumb and that's just what we wanted," proclaims co-owner Cheryl Sieveke of the restaurant she and her husband Bill recently opened. "It's definitely a different atmosphere." For Coeur d'Alene's Sherman Avenue,
  • Let The Good Times Roll

      Unless you've been on Mars with the space rovers for the last few weeks, you've heard about the Big Easy and all the activity it's generating in downtown Spokane. But did you know it also has an upscale restaurant attached to its premise
  • Needle Mania

      If you're like many Americans -- one in three, according to the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine -- you use some form of alternative medicine. You probably visit your chiropractor,
  • A Restaurant Reincarnates

      There's no place in Spokane I'd rather be, with the Big Easy going in and the Met just across the street," exclaims Joel Stehr, co-owner of downtown's newest restaurant, JoeCo Brazil's. Stehr and his partner and co-owner Adrian Brazil
  • Rock On!

      Things have been rockin' at locally owned Rock City Grill since it opened its new digs in River Park Square just 10 days ago. "It's been just like butter," owner Jim Rhoades says of the move. "We've got more business than we had at our o
  • A Blooming Bistro

      With the large and growing interest in upscale casual dining, it's not surprising that bistros and brasseries are regaining their once trendy popularity," writes Elizabeth Sloan in Food Technology magazine. "Their fresh, affordable, casu
  • Vintage Experience

      In just 20 short years, Washington state's wines have gone from a small, local following to international renown, especially for its reds," says Ed McCarthy, wine columnist for Nation's Restaurant News and co-author of the Wine for Dummi

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    • You also need to look at the Home Schooled children. I know a family that…

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