Halloween is coming and let's face it you know you're going to sample the kids candy. With that said why not try the 'Kids' candy with some of your favorite wine! The Columbia Basin after all is Washington's wine country after all...Here's a chart to help you pair candy with wine
I like the Runts -- especially the bananas -- and many people don't -- especially the bananas. I can't stand the NECCO wafers but a coworker loves them. Every kid has candies they save, and ones they trade. What about you? Vote below:
My Ex Mother in Law Ramona Ammons taught me this trick. She would make us these all the time! She is also a wonderful cook! I wish I could remember half the great recipes she taught me over the years...
We also met and rode with Author and Artist Eve Shaw of Portrait Cellars and she enlightened us with wine from her vineyards in the wagon, and the wine was FANTASTIC! And her company of she and her husband Ed was even better! Wonderful people who grow a great grape!
I had an excellent lunch the other day at Shrub Steppe Smokehouse Brewery. The first thing I noticed was the smokey wood smell when I walked in the restaurant. I decided to sample several of their items on the menu.
It's that time of year when I'm craving caramel apples. I know I can get some at Country Mercantile north of Pasco (and I'm going there this weekend, as a matter of fact) but it's kind of far. Anywhere else closer to Tri-Cities?
There is no "right way" to bake pumpkin seeds. Each method has pros and cons so you'll have to settle on what works for you. Personally, I hate chewy shells so I like recipes that crisp them. Once they're baked some like sweet seasoning, others prefer savory. So here are the best tips -- you decide which is correct for you.
The candy I most hoped for as a kid was Hershey Mounds (you know, chocolate and coconut)! What was yours? Answer the survey and we'll publish the results. HOPEFULLY that will inform your buying decisions this month as you stock up for the big night!
My son's friend works at The Local (8530 W Gage Blvd) and is always talking about it. It's been open about a year and a half but I'd never had a reason to go before. What makes it standout? It's like a wine bar for coffee!
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