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Let the Bellyaching Begin

In Knife & Fork on February 1, 2009 at 6:16 pm


2/21 • Perhaps you’ve grown weary of the lack of vegetarian dining options in Spokane. Or maybe you’d like to see a local trend toward healthy breakfast joints. Or more late-night dining establishments. Or cheaper beer. Whatever your culinary beef with the Spokane food scene, now is the time to share it. This month a group of local chefs will meet at Quillisascut Farm for a chance to get to know one another better while sharing ideas about the state of the Spokane market. In addition, they plan to test the too-many-cooks-in-the-kitchen theory, leaving local foodies to fantasize about the culinary heights achieved when a cadre of highly skilled food handlers hangs out on an organic farm.

Ah, but we digress; back to Spokane and its dining woes. Whatever your rant or rave, leave a comment on this post at David Blaine’s blog (of Latah Bistro) and he will pass along the information. Fingers crossed for some Ethiopian.

  1. are you kidding me? my sister just brought a bunch of Ethiopian food over for me. it’s delish!

  2. She made it herself? Does she live nearby?

  3. She and a friend homemade it. Her friend lives on the south hill. She lives in the valley. They made doro wat, sherro, and a couple of other dishes. They got injera from an ethiopian market in Seattle. Yummy stuff.

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