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John Dusch displays his burgers Sept. 4 in front of his Mobile Tailgating Unit in the parking lot before Pitt takes on University of Massachusetts at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.

Take the trial and error out of tailgating

John Dusch displays his burgers Sept. 4 in front of his Mobile Tailgating Unit in the parking lot before Pitt takes on University of Massachusetts at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.

September 15, 2021, 6:01am Food

PITTSBURGH — Football fans love to throw tailgates both big and small before games. Whether it’s a humble spread of chips, dip and chicken wings out of a car trunk or a catered smorgasbord feast, the goal is the same: to have a good time while cheering on the home… Read story

The pink-tinged blossoms of white clover are delicately sweet and can be added to baked goods.

Horticulturist says don’t be afraid to eat weeds; here’s 5 to try in the Northwest

The pink-tinged blossoms of white clover are delicately sweet and can be added to baked goods.

September 14, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

When you see dandelions or clover in your yard, instead of getting out the shovel or spade, maybe you should reach for the mixing bowl. Read story

A Go-Go Guava Gose at 54-40 Brewing Company.

Washougal’s 54-40 Brewing expands into Stevenson

A Go-Go Guava Gose at 54-40 Brewing Company.

September 13, 2021, 5:12pm Business

Food-and-drink pairings don’t get much better than pizza and beer. Bolt Minister has carved a long, productive career out of his ability to brew the former. Now, he’s learning how to bake the latter. Read story

Goon Burger is a pop-up shop at Hungry Sasquatch on Tuesdays.

Goon Burger pop-up shop opens at Hungry Sasquatch in Vancouver

Goon Burger is a pop-up shop at Hungry Sasquatch on Tuesdays.

September 10, 2021, 6:01am Business

A couple weeks ago, Hungry Sasquatch began hosting a smash-burger pop-up shop called Goon Burger every Tuesday. From now until February, the Goons will serve burgers, fries and grilled cheese from Sasquatch’s kitchen from 4 p.m. until they sell out. Read story

Use any kind of nuts you like to top Toffee Cookies, just a sprinkling or a whole lot. The crispy cookies are delicious with milk.

Family recipe for toffee cookies eloquent reminder of past

Use any kind of nuts you like to top Toffee Cookies, just a sprinkling or a whole lot. The crispy cookies are delicious with milk.

September 8, 2021, 6:07am Clark County Life

Sometimes you just need cookies. Sometimes you also need ice cream or pudding or cupcakes or tacos or spicy chicken wings or barbecued ribs or pad Thai or pho or chicken tikka masala or an extra-thick strawberry milkshake. Today, though, it’s cookies I want, and that makes me think of… Read story

Oven-fried chicken tenders with coleslaw.

Crunchy chicken tenders, coleslaw a perfect match

Oven-fried chicken tenders with coleslaw.

September 8, 2021, 6:05am Food

You don’t need a fryer or air fryer for these crispy, fried chicken tenders. They bake in minutes in your oven. The secret is to place them on a roasting rack over a baking tray so air circulates around all sides. Chicken tenders or tenderloin are part of the chicken… Read story

A tray of grilled delights; clockwise from top right, Cheeseburgers, Mustard-Lime Steak, Tandoori Chicken, and Grilled Asparagus With Olive Oil and Parmesan

One last chance for summertime grilling

A tray of grilled delights; clockwise from top right, Cheeseburgers, Mustard-Lime Steak, Tandoori Chicken, and Grilled Asparagus With Olive Oil and Parmesan

September 8, 2021, 6:05am Food

It can’t be the end of summer. I’m not ready for summer to end. Read story

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How to pickle just about any vegetable

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September 8, 2021, 6:05am Food

Millennia before Louis Pasteur discovered the bacteria-killing process known as pasteurization, our ravenous forbears found that foods lasted longer if they were treated to various procedures. Before mechanical refrigeration and freezing were the norm for extending the shelf life of food, methods included drying, salting, cooling and, of course, pickling. Read story

From left, corn, tomatoes and zucchini displayed at a farmers market in Milford, Conn.

Making the most of summer’s bounty

From left, corn, tomatoes and zucchini displayed at a farmers market in Milford, Conn.

September 8, 2021, 6:00am Food

Here we are, in the belly of summer. Time to make the most of the season’s bountiful produce before it’s gone! Read story

Non-alcoholic spirits are displayed at Boisson in New York in August 2021. Interest in a sober lifestyle has been growing for years, leading to the rise of mocktails and alcohol-free bars. The pandemic led even more people to question boozy drinking habits. Non-alcoholic options range from drinks that aim to replicate existing spirits to ones that promise something completely new.

A new world of booze-free options

Non-alcoholic spirits are displayed at Boisson in New York in August 2021. Interest in a sober lifestyle has been growing for years, leading to the rise of mocktails and alcohol-free bars. The pandemic led even more people to question boozy drinking habits. Non-alcoholic options range from drinks that aim to replicate existing spirits to ones that promise something completely new.

September 5, 2021, 6:02am Food

Looking to kick back and enjoy the late days of summer with something nonalcoholic? There’s been a real transformation going on in the world of nonalcoholic beverages. Read story