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  • Coupon Culture
  • Coupon Culture

    How local shoppers save big and help others
      Donita Humrich’s freezer is filled to the brim with lunchmeat, frozen vegetables and sausages. “Half the stuff in here was free,” she says. The garage-sized storag
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  • Fulfilling the Hype
  • Fulfilling the Hype

    The long-awaited Casper Fry opens in the Perry District.
      The long-awaited Casper Fry Public House opens in Spokane's Perry District.
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  • Sushi Reimagined
  • Sushi Reimagined

    Roll Story puts a casual, quick spin on gourmet Japanese fare.
      the addition of Roll Story Sushi on the corner of Division Street and Second Avenue, it’s now possible to satisfy three major cravings in just one stop. Located next to Froyo Earth and Starbucks, Roll Story is hoping to piggyback on the success of its mini-mall neighbors.
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  • Inspired Cuisine
  • Inspired Cuisine

    Clover brings home-crafted food and drinks to the Gonzaga neighborhood.
      Spokane cocktail bar and restaurant Clover brings home-crafted food and drinks to the Gonzaga neighborhood.
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  • Happy Birthday
  • Happy Birthday

    Free Cakes for Kids grants wishes for local youngsters
      Free Cakes for Kids grants wishes for local youngsters
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  • Garlic and Gratitude
  • Garlic and Gratitude

    Tullia Barbanti’s new book looks back on 50 years of cooking in Spokane
      Tullia Barbanti's new book, Tomatoes Are My Tools, looks back on 50 years of cooking in Spokane.
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  • Salad Mystery
  • Salad Mystery

    Was the Crab Louis salad actually named after Louis Davenport?
  • By The Glass
  • By The Glass

    Whitestone Winery's tasting room finds a new home downtown.
      Whitestone Winery's tasting room finds a new home in downtown Spokane.
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  • Bigger, Sweeter
  • Bigger, Sweeter

    Success is no surprise for Chocolate Myracles.
      Julia Balassa-Myracle has chocolate in her blood. Growing up Chiapas, Mexico, she remembers grinding and roasting cocoa beans by hand when she was a little girl. âeuro;œIâeuro;™ve been working with chocolate my whole life,âeuro;� says Balassa-Myracle, owner and chocolatier of Chocolate Myracles in Spokane Valley.
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  • A Dose of Culture
  • A Dose of Culture

    First a Mexican grocery, El Mercado Del Pueblo is diving into the restaurant biz.
      smoky tender pork, rice and beans, and wrapped up in a grilled tortilla, is comfort food at its finest. The small, pillowy sopes (they%uFFFD€™re kind of like thick, round tacos) are worth a try, too. Flautas, chimichangas, tostadas, enchiladas and almost everything is less than five bucks, so you can try them all.
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  • Brisket Throwdown
  • Brisket Throwdown

    Barbecued brisket is pure Southern hospitality, but who has the best stuff around here?
      I married well. Not only is my husband, Mike, a true Southern gentlemen, but his family also makes a mean brisket. Every time we make a trip to visit family in Texas, I look forward to a plate of that tender, smoky barbecued meat. I feel honored when my brother-in-law prepares a brisket for us.
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  • Authentic Thai, Spokane-Style
  • Authentic Thai, Spokane-Style

    Water lily flowers and coconut flan? You can find those and other Thai standards on local market shelves.
      A small crowd gathered around a table recently at Main Market in downtown Spokane, waiting for free samples of Somkhitâeuro;™s Authentic Thai yellow curry, water lily flowers and coconut flan. âeuro;œThe flan is great âeuro;” I could eat it for breakfast,âeuro;� says Main Market employee Adam Brown.
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  • A Different Kind of Happy Meal
  • A Different Kind of Happy Meal

    Kids get fed two meals a day at school, but what if there's no food at home on the weekends?
      Inside the cold Second Harvest warehouse off East Trent, volunteers in an assembly line fill paper bags with milk cartons, Chef Boyardee mini-ravioli and packages of kid-friendly cereal. The mood is
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  • Garlic, On Wheels
  • Garlic, On Wheels

    The White House Grill empire spreads to north Spokane. Plus, cheesecake at the farmers market.
      Northside garlic lovers have a new reason to rejoice this holiday season: They, too, now have their own garlic paradise. Last week, Raci Erdem, owner of Post Falls’ White House Grill and th
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  • Gaga for Grapes
  • Gaga for Grapes

    The South Hill gets more grapes and savory treats. Plus, Geno's gets a Zola-esque overhaul.
      The paint is on the walls, the doors are open, and the wine is flowing at MEZZO PAZZO. This South Hill wine bar is still waiting for a few final touches, like the rest of the furniture, but the mood is warm and inviting. There’s a couch for lounging, seating at the bar, and a large, wooden table, suitable for groups to gather.
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  • Delicious Mischief
  • Delicious Mischief

    West Central gets its own sandwich shop. Plus, a tour of Asia on the South Hill.
      “Mine is kind of a fusion restaurant,” explains Nguyen, who grew up working in his father’s Vietnamese restaurant in Garden Grove, Calif. After moving to Spokane and graduating from Ferris High School, Nguyen enriched his culinary repertoire by working at several area restaurants, including Kim’s Teriyaki and Shogun.
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  • An Encyclopedia of Local Dining, Pt. I
  • An Encyclopedia of Local Dining, Pt. I

    Your culinary reference guide, from Asian to Japanese.
      Asian not a cuisine1. Archaic — A broad category used until very recently by citizens of the Inland Northwest as a catch-all to describe any cuisine originating east of the Hindu Kush and south
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  • An Encyclopedia of Local Dining, Pt. II
  • An Encyclopedia of Local Dining, Pt. II

    Your culinary reference guide, from Korean to Zilch
      Ketchupcondiment1. Commonly: a tangy, sweet sauce made with vinegar, sugar, an assortment of spices and that most versatile of nightshades, the tomato (tom-ay-toe; alt: tom-ah-toe).2. This workmanl
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  • Walla Walla in Spokane
  • Walla Walla in Spokane

    Cougar Crest branches out downtown. Plus, westside sushi comes east.
      There´s a new place to swirl, sniff and sip in downtown Spokane. COUGAR CREST ESTATE WINERY celebrated its new tasting room with a grand opening on Sept. 9. This is the second satellite tasting room for Dave and Deborah Hansen’s Walla Walla winery (the couple opened a Woodinville tasting room in June).
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  • Cupcakes to Go
  • Cupcakes to Go

    A new cupcake bakery on the South Hill looks to France for inspiration. Plus, raw milk to order.
      “I was searching and searching for a raw milk source,” says Melissa Iverson, who co-owns the business with her husband. “Then I found Royal Highlands at the Kootenai Farmers Market. It turns out they’re one of the only certified raw dairies in the region.
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  • Ferraro Trifecta
  • Ferraro Trifecta

    Pat Ferraro opens his third restaurant. Plus, French-inspired Vietnamese in Coeur d'Alene.
      Owner Pat Ferraro should know a thing or two about making a great burger. He eats a double cheeseburger at least five times a week. “I only like American and Italian food,” says Ferraro, who owns the Steer Inn in north Spokane and Ferraro’s Homemade Italian restaurant in Spokane Valley.
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  • Coup de Taste
  • Coup de Taste

    How a local group of 'food terrorists' is waging war on hunger.
      “The hardest thing is coming up with the recipes,” says Kelm, a tall, lanky 17-year-old with dark, twisted locks that flow out from under his black knit cap.
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  • Purple Palate Pleaser
  • Purple Palate Pleaser

    It's lavender season. Here’s what you can do with it.
      Fragrant lavender bushes spill down the hillside, their flowering tips protruding like purple paintbrushes. Maggie Smith of Fleur de Provence Lavender Farm steps gingerly between the rows of Royal Velvet, Purple Elegance and Princess Blue as honeybees buzz around her ankles.
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  • Scratch Sweets
  • Scratch Sweets

    Homemade gelato at a Spirit Lake pizzeria. Plus, lasagna - it's on ya.
      The number of North Idaho places selling gelato tripled recently, thanks to an unlikely source in Spirit Lake, a rustic town of around 2,000 people along the northwestern rim of Kootenai County.
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