Try Something New? Try the Oyakudon
So many times do we look at a menu and immediately go for what's safe. Maybe something we've had somewhere else and disregard anything else on the menu. If you're looking for a change, if it's on the menu, try something called oyakudon.
Red Cross Opens Shelter For Yakima Flooding
The American Red Cross has opened an emergency shelter for West Valley residents affected by the flooding at 72nd Avenue between Mead Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard in Yakima. The shelter opened Tuesday afternoon at the Church of Christ, 100 N. 72nd Ave.
Five Things You Can Do with Your Turkey Leftovers
The day after Thanksgiving you may be stuck with all the leftovers. This is always a great day as there are a lot of things you can do with said leftovers. Instead of just making as many sandwiches as you can with the leftover turkey (and, trust me, there's nothing wrong with that) Here are som…
Yakima Needs a Place that Sells French Macarons
My wife was in Tri-Cities over the weekend and brought back some french macarons for me. These aren't the fluffy, coconut macaroon cookies that are usually called macaroons but these are a light, flavorful, delicate cookie I was fascinated with for years. It got me thinking that we should have …
When In The Heck Is Pita Pit Finally Opening Up In Yakima?
Back in April my co-worker John Riggs wrote a blog about 'Pita Pit' opening in the Lee Semon Building near the corner of Yakima Ave and 2nd Street. Initially it was thought the eatery would be open by Mid-August. Then the Yakima Herald wrote an article at the end of August that said Pita P…

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