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As potlucks return, serve up safety

July 27, 2021, 6:02am Food

Spokane — Sharing produce from their garden, members in a Spokane co-housing group met over a June 24 potluck for the first time since the pandemic began. With picnic tables and chairs in a circle, about 20 people visited while eating. The outdoor setting included nice weather, freshly mowed grass,… Read story

Rally Pizza serves frozen custard with sprinkles.

Stay chill with frozen treats at Vancouver eateries

Rally Pizza serves frozen custard with sprinkles.

July 23, 2021, 6:03am Clark County Life

The hot summer sun creates the perfect conditions for playing with food. Rapidly licking scoops of ice cream or spooning shaved pieces of flavored ice before they melt are fun ways to beat the heat. You can find various flavors and textures of frozen treats throughout Vancouver, some in unexpected… Read story

Silky Omelet Baguette. (Hillary Levin/St. Louis Post-Dispatch) (Photos by Hillary Levin/St.

Sandwiches a meal you hold in your hand

Silky Omelet Baguette. (Hillary Levin/St. Louis Post-Dispatch) (Photos by Hillary Levin/St.

July 21, 2021, 6:05am Food

It is a debate that has been passionately argued by culinary philosophers for centuries: Do sandwiches taste better when eaten standing over the kitchen sink, or when they are picked up from a paper plate? Read story

Cocktails from NOLO's Kitchen & Bar. The two in front are the Cucumber Smash and a Raspberry 75. In the back row are, from left, the La Chapa, an orange mocktail, Sangria, Tropical Tequila, the Hearts of Fire and a Pink Lemonade Slushie.

Summer cocktails come alive with herbs, flowers, fruit

Cocktails from NOLO's Kitchen & Bar. The two in front are the Cucumber Smash and a Raspberry 75. In the back row are, from left, the La Chapa, an orange mocktail, Sangria, Tropical Tequila, the Hearts of Fire and a Pink Lemonade Slushie.

July 21, 2021, 6:04am Food

MINNEAPOLIS — Fruit, flowers, herbs — nothing says summer more than the bounty from farmers markets or our own gardens. Those fresh ingredients that fill our baskets are also the best places to start when crafting summer cocktails. Read story

Steak Salad with Walnuts and Goat Cheese.

Thin seared steak makes salad a snap

Steak Salad with Walnuts and Goat Cheese.

July 21, 2021, 6:04am Food

The best beef dishes start with the right technique. For weeknight cooking, that usually means skipping the low and slow roast and sticking with thin cuts that do well with a good, quick sear. Read story

Inviting quiche made in minutes

July 21, 2021, 6:04am Food

You can have this homemade quiche ready in just 25 minutes. It’s a warm, inviting quiche supper, without fussing with pastry dough. The secret to saving time and calories is to use breadcrumbs for the crust instead. You can still slice and serve the quiche with this crust. Read story

A double smash burger with cheese is messy to eat, but easy to make.

These messy burgers are a smash

A double smash burger with cheese is messy to eat, but easy to make.

July 21, 2021, 6:03am Food

Grilling is a preferred cooking method for a lot of people in summer. Yet there are times when it’s so hot and humid outside that the last place you want to be is standing over a hot grill, dripping sweat. Read story

Chicken Dijonnaise.

Tangy chicken perfect anytime

Chicken Dijonnaise.

July 21, 2021, 6:02am Food

Savor a taste of France with this tangy, creamy chicken dish. I use chicken cutlets for the recipe. They’re thinly sliced chicken breasts about 1/4-inch thick and can be found in the supermarket. They only take about 2 minutes per side to saute. Read story