As Easter nears, a few thoughts on getting eggs from your own backyard
Humans have always found reason to celebrate spring.
Twisp Cafe gets a whole new menu infused with Mediterranean flavor
The menu at Twisp Cafe in Liberty Lake looked a lot like a typical American coffee shop, serving sandwiches, wraps and baked goods.
Liberty Ciderworks' tasting room opens
Mixed with the scent of fresh paint and wood, the sweet, tart aroma of apples wafts through the air on the first day of business at downtown Spokane craft cidery Liberty Ciderworks.
When we checked out the Flying Goat last Saturday, it was only a couple of minutes past noon, but we grabbed the last available table at the Northwest Boulevard pizza joint-slash-neighborhood pub.
Schmidty's gives you a lot more than just meat on a bun
Sometimes simpler isn't better, especially if it means sacrificing variety or quality.
More and more restaurants are realizing the sexiness of the potato
There was a time not too long ago when burgers and sandwiches were accompanied by a sad, soggy pile of fried potatoes on the side, destined to be drowned in ketchup, ranch, tartar or special sauce in an effort to spark some interest in their existence.
La Michoacana is a Mexican market, restaurant and bakery all in one
Colorful piñatas hang from the ceiling of La Michoacana in the Spokane Valley.
Eating a healthy diet can benefit your brain, too
When we eat, sometimes we eat because a steaming pizza and hearty salad would go perfect with that action flick we just brought home, or because those chocolate cupcakes have been whispering to us all afternoon.
Disney-inspired drinks created in Spokane go viral
Cinderella is whipped cream vodka, blueberry vodka and cream.
Spokane is a few hundred miles away from salt water, but we still love our oysters
Ancient humans devoured oysters, poets have penned adoring poems about them, and doctors, dieticians and lovers praise their benefits.
The owners of Hay J's Bistro open a nearby specialty meat market
The Butcher Block sits adjacent to a gas station right off the freeway in Liberty Lake, but it has a true downtown market feel.
Aebleskivers takes its Danish treats from market booths to the mall
After a particularly brutal battle a thousand years ago, Danish Vikings settled into their camp to make pancakes.
Everything at Italian Kitchen is just as it's always been: same delicious food, same beautiful décor and same great, friendly service.
Opa Pizza is long gone, but Renatus is proving a worthy replacement
In April of 2012, a fire severely damaged Opa Pizza, a Greek and Mediterranean restaurant in North Spokane, but a new eatery has risen from its ashes — Renatus.
At Knockaderry, eating and drinking Irish goes beyond Guinness and whiskey
In America, establishments that wave the Irish flag come in two types: those that use shamrocks and Guinness paraphernalia as an invitation to chug whiskey and beer until your inner brogue comes out, and those that emulate the pub traditions of Ireland a little more thoughtfully.
While one Coeur d’Alene coffeehouse is moving up Sherman Avenue, another has dug deeper into the core of downtown community.