For many people, a thick, juicy, well seasoned cut of prime rib of beef is the ultimate dinner out item. It is also what usually takes center stage on the Teegarden Christmas dinner table. Which restaurant serves Yakima’s best prime rib?
Do you know what's in your refrigerator right now? I mean, everything that's in your fridge? Those items in the bottom, back corner. Those items that are buried under bags of who-knows-what in the drawers
This is a question that has been asked around Yakima for the past 12 or so years. Miner's has been a staple in the Yakima Valley since 1948 and continues today. Major's stepped in to Yakima with 2 locations and a similar menu. What do you think? What's your favorite? Sound off by taking our poll so we can settle this argument once and for all.
No doubt you've heard of 'Pink Slime' by now. It's the beef filler that's often labeled as "lean finely textured beef" (or LFTB). ABC did some research to find out what places are refusing to carry it. Here are a list of places in Yakima where you won't find this Pink Slime.
This kid makes a lot of good points in his essay. If pizza crust doesn't have pizza toppings on it, is it just a breadstick? If a Pop Tart is unfrosted, is it simply an evolution of a fig newton? Read his essay on why a plain doughnut isn't a proper doughnut and tell us if you agree or disagree.
Everyone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is the one day out of the year when we’re all Irish. And, apparently that translates into wearing anything green and silly we can get our hands on and having as much to drink as we can carry at one time. But, there’s another strange tradition that has developed in celebration of this day. We can’t explain it. Are Irish people really that into unnaturally green food?
I'm a big fan of breakfast cereal any time of day. I like all kinds, too, from the super sugary ones to the extremely healthy ones. One of the best ideas I ever heard was that Planet Hollywood sells chicken strips that are breaded with ground Cap'n Crunch. Using th
Over the weekend I was driving down Nob Hill with food on my mind (as it usually is). Seeing that 'Sloppy Slaw Burgers and Ribs' on 33rd and Nob Hill is now open I thought I'd check them out. Although the burgers looked good, the items that intrigued me was their 'Slider' made with a sliced doughnut instead of a tradition bun. There was no way I was leaving without trying this.
An aunt noticed her nephew wanted 'TV Dinner Cupcakes' for his birthday. The mom obliged by making these. What's a fun idea! I'm just glad the nephew's aunt took this picture and share it with the rest of us.
They say kids learn by example, and now we have further proof — little ones who’ve watched their moms and dads order coffee are now able to do the same thing with a new concoction called a “babyccino.” And baristas are none too happy about it.
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