How commercial kitchens support the cottage food industry, helping startups realize their dreams

How commercial kitchens support the cottage food industry, helping startups realize their dreams

Maybe you've got an amazing recipe for salsa that friends rave about.

Indaba Coffee Roasters is growing again, opening a sixth location in downtown Spokane

The new location is within a few miles' radius from its West Central flagship
Get your coffee and toast, too, at the sixth and newest location for Indaba Coffee Roasters.

Farewell to a barbecue spot, hello to a Spokane craft brewery and other food and drink news

Humble Abode Brewing now open in North Spokane

Pearl Jam beer at PJ's, growlers to-go downtown and other news on local dining and drinks

Ladder Coffee & Toast moving to downtown Spokane

Spokane County Interstate Fair offers free lessons in growing, preparing and preserving food

Like a rite of passage to the end of summer, the county fair beckons with the promise of attractions like the rodeo, demolition derby, carnival rides and plenty of indulgent food treats.

Chef Jason Rex offers a wide range of international cuisine with new Global Kitchen in Coeur d'Alene

A particular spot on Lakeside Avenue in downtown Coeur d'Alene has seen a fair amount of global restaurants over the years: Takara (Japanese), Lemongrass (French and Vietnamese) and, most recently, Uva Trattoria (Italian). With his newly opened Global Kitchen, chef Jason Rex is offering a different spin on worldwide foods with a menu that marries contemporary cuisine with ethnic inspirations.

Aubrey Mundell shares her passion for harvesting wild, edible plants through Wandering Lemurian Herbs

An untrained eye would have overlooked the cluster of silvery green leaves poking up through a pile of smooth rocks on the banks of the Spokane River.

Fieri's finds, First Avenue Coffee goes green and more bites from the Inland Northwest


ENTRÉE: Cider for Liberty Lake, poke in the Valley and more food news

Rounding up some of the latest dining news and events from around the Inland Northwest
Entree, Poke Express, Ladder Toast & Coffee, Trailbreaker Cider

Pilgrim's Market is tending a new on-site garden for house-made salsa, juice, seasonings and more

Farmers may often tell you some seeds take longer to germinate than others.

The Post & Office coffee shop is part of a movement to revive the historic farm town of Harrington

On a hot, dry and dusty August afternoon, the main street through Harrington is mostly deserted but for the occasional wheat truck roaring in off the highway, heading towards towering grain elevators at the south end of town.

Time's long since passed to retire dated stereotypes of vegans and vegetarians like me

I'm a proud vegetarian and, occasionally, a half-ass vegan. If the substance of the previous sentence provoked a overwhelming itch of annoyance or frustration; this one's for you.

The Chick that was never fil-A'd: A Spokane story

If local news knows anything, it's that people lose their minds whenever a famous national restaurant chain announces it's coming to town. Remember your reaction when you learned Chipotle was coming to Spokane? Imagine how you'd feel if In-N-Out Burger staked its claim here.

ENTRÉE: Brunchkin 2.0, grocery-buying help in Moscow and more food news

Rounding up some of the latest dining news and events from around the Inland Northwest
Spokane pop-up cafe Brunchkin introduces new format Although last weekend was the final chance to savor the æbleskivers from local pop-up cafe Brunchkin, the formerly weekly venture isn’t fully departing. Now that Brunchkin’s Sunday brunch service at A Small Batch (formerly Batch Bakeshop) in West Central Spokane has commenced for the season after three months, owners Charlotte and Jordan Ripley have announced plans for “Brunchkin 2.0,” a monthly fixed-price event with the first day set for Sunday, Sept. 9.

Pullman pulses with visitors and food during the National Lentil Festival, celebrating 30 years in 2018

Kale, coconut, teff, blueberries, Brussels sprouts, salmon, lentils.

The Fainting Goat finds small town success serving fine food and wine in Wallace

Nestled in the crook of a mountain near the Montana border, Wallace, Idaho, is home to less than 800 people year-round. The mining industry that once drew thousands to the area has experienced dramatic and steady decline over the last century.


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Valleyfest @ CenterPlace Regional Event Center

Fri., Sept. 21, 6-9 p.m., Sat., Sept. 22, 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sun., Sept. 23, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

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