Dumplings, cabbage rolls and borscht – these are just some of the Eastern European delights on the menu of Marvel Bay Cafe, located at 301 133rd St S. in Parkland. The food is inspired by the travels of owners Yelena Ivantsov and Alice Shkarina
Modesto-based company Mango Crazy, which has three restaurants in town, is opening a third in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. The new site has a specialized mango peeling machine, which skins the fruit in less than three seconds.
Cookie artist Arty McGoo, aka Elizabeth Adams of Paso Robles, CA.,, walks us through how to decorate a red-nosed reindeer cookie, just in time for your holiday baking. Learn the tips and tricks of a master cookie maker.
All-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse Texas de Brazil is now open at Tacoma Mall. The national chain with a pay-one-price meat menu opened Dec. 4, 2018 on the side of the mall near The Cheesecake Factory.
As you prepare to sit down and gobble up turkey on Thursday, take 99 seconds and discover just how colorful the Pilgrims really were, Thomas Jefferson's disdain of the holiday and what astronauts eat on the International Space Station.
The Travel Channel is spending all day Thursday at The Red Hot — Tacoma’s hot dog and beer emporium. A crew from “Food Paradise” will be filming brother-owners Chris and Stu Miller and their customers for the program.
A higher frequency of organic food consumption can reduce the risk of cancer, a new study finds. If the findings are confirmed, promoting organic food consumption in the general population could be a promising preventive strategy against cancer.
Cabernet Franc is best known as one of the six classic Bordeaux varieties, and it has become a favorite among Washington winemakers not only as a blending grape but also as a reliable friend of vineyard managers.