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  • Sweet Endings
  • Sweet Endings

    Dessert doesn't have to be a nutrition nightmare
      For Chef Ryan Stoy, a meal’s last course is sort of like the passing of the Olympic torch.
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  • Physicians in the Kitchen
  • Physicians in the Kitchen

    Chefs team up with doctors to create great food for specialized diets
      Even though the link between food and health is undeniable, the culinary world is largely alien territory to physicians, at least as part of their medical training.
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  • Midday Munchies
  • Midday Munchies

    Don't let post-lunchtime hunger push you to unhealthy choice
      Three hours after lunch, it’s time to stoke the metabolic fire. But enter the snack zone with caution.
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  • Research Roundup
  • Research Roundup

      A new diet to help those with problems swallowing from WSU, looking into an average 18-year life expectancy gap in just four miles and new light on just how the brain and sleep work together.
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  • Lunch Bell
  • Lunch Bell

    A few hours after breakfast, you need to restart your engine
  • Breakfast Time!
  • Breakfast Time!

    Don't forget to start your day with a nutritious, delicious meal
      If your New Year’s resolutions include weight loss, be forewarned: Skipping meals nearly always leads to overeating later.
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  • Beyond Meatloaf
  • Beyond Meatloaf

    One of Spokane’s first chef-owners, Ian Wingate has branched out into a lot of different flavors
      Ian Wingate is one of the best-known chefs in the region, but he got his start at a Sicilian cafe in Chico, Calif.
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  • Balancing Feasts
  • Balancing Feasts

    Taking a moderate approach to food and life
      Chef Sylvia Wilson, owner of Feast Catering, lives a life woven with rich family history and creative passion.
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  • A Fresh Outlook
  • A Fresh Outlook

    Veggin' out at Sandpoint's Hydra restaurant
      The Hydra’s Executive Chef Mike Armstrong picked his new hometown over every other city he’d been in. He started in the restaurant business at 14 and has never doubted the decision, which was inspired by his grandmother.
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  • Neighborhood Pie
  • Neighborhood Pie

    Good works and good food go hand in hand at South Perry Pizza
      South Perry was just the type of neighborhood Krista Kautzmann was looking for when she opened South Perry Pizza. And the Centers and Corridors project meant help navigating the bureaucracy that comes with opening a restaurant.
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  • Feeding the Furnace
  • Feeding the Furnace

    To supplement or not?
      Even though they’re putting away impressive amounts of food, kids can fail to meet their substantial nutritional needs, setting the stage for a host of health problems later in life — from obesity to heart disease to diabetes.
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  • Satisfying Survival Skills
  • Satisfying Survival Skills

    “Cooked to order” takes on new meaning at the Globe Bar and Grille
      The economic downturn has taken a toll on Inland Northwest restaurants. While many have survived by implementing shoestring budgets and skeleton staffing, others, in spite of sometimes enormous financial investments, have had to close their doors.
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  • Yummy World
  • Yummy World

    Creating Change, One Meal at a Time
      Most of us set our New Year’s resolutions with the focus on ourselves. But what if we instead set goals to be kinder to the world?
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  • Just a Taste
  • Just a Taste

    Savoring flavor without sacrificing health
      Food marketing really ramps up in the fall, and the frenzy seems to continue until Valentine’s Day.
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  • Savoring Santorini's
  • Savoring Santorini's

    Greek food brings back summer memories
      Sometimes working hard makes for a great vacation. I took a big leap in June and volunteered to work for three weeks on an olive farm in Amaliada, Greece.
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  • A Culinary Cure
  • A Culinary Cure

    Chef Rod Jessick's health is looking up, just as his food is gaining wider notice
      While the sandy shores of Coeur d’Alene’s edge beckon us to come rest, relax and play, local restaurants gear up to feed the hungry sun worshippers.
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  • Drink to Success
  • Drink to Success

    Water helps kids weigh less
      A German study (published in Pediatrics last April) recently caught my attention. Three thousand second- and third-graders were weighed and asked what they drank. Then, over the course of one year, their teachers were given lesson plans to educate students on the value of drinking water.
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  • Healthy Deli
  • Healthy Deli

    The 9th Street Bistro at Huckleberry's offers nutritious fare
      Recipe for Quinoa Salad with Grilled Mango & Charred Scallion.
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  • Adventures in Food
  • Adventures in Food

    Chef David Blaine stretches his limits — and his legs
  • Betting on Better Health
  • Betting on Better Health

    Local chef brings top notch cuisine to the Coeur d’Alene Casino
      Did you know that many chefs admit they thrive on deadlines, using their adrenaline to power creativity?
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  • Small Plates, Big Taste
  • Small Plates, Big Taste

    A meal of healthy appetizers is a perfect alternative for diners watching their waistlines
      A recent survey of more than a thousand American Culinary Federation member chefs showed small plates — also known as tapas, mezze or dim sum, depending on their ethnicity — ranked high on culinary “what’s hot” lists.
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  • Up on the Roof
  • Up on the Roof

    Gardening adds flavor, even in the middle of the city
      Chef Dave Hill was in the back of the house kneading homemade focaccia bread on the day I visited Hills’ Restaurant and Lounge.
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  • Fixing Your Food
  • Fixing Your Food

    A few simple, fresh ways to improve your diet and feel better
      Given the opportunity to see better, to delay or prevent Alzheimer’s, coronary disease or diabetes… would you take it? Diet is key to staying healthy and keeping chronic diseases at bay.
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