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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

B&L Bicycles owner Brice Erickson passes out slices of his wife’s homemade chocolate cake to people participating in the Chocolate Decadence event Nov. 8 at B&L Bicycles.

Downtown Pullman’s Chocolate Decadence returns for V-Day

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor February 2, 2023

On Feb. 3, downtown Pullman businesses will have Valentine’s Day displays up in their windows and will be giving away chocolate treats for community members looking to shop local, said Willow Falcon,...

So good you won’t be able to stop eating

Cooking with Carson: The best cucumber salad you have ever eaten

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 18, 2023

I know that you readers trust my cooking advice without a shadow of a doubt. That is why I need you to make this cucumber salad immediately. Stop what you are doing, leave your classroom or work and...

The fries could still be a bit better, Ricos Jan. 13

Bite of the Palouse: Rico’s is actually good, no matter what I say

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 18, 2023

Rico’s is the perfect example of giving a restaurant a second chance. Among my friends, I was the loudest advocate against Rico’s and would try and curb our choice of food towards anywhere else....

Filled up and ready with some leftovers

Bite of the Palouse: Mandarin House a must-try for spring

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 12, 2023

Welcome back, everyone! Hopefully, like me, you have missed Pullman immensely and are eager to hang out with friends and get classes over with. But your journey back to the Palouse would not be complete...

Deceptively simple, just make sure to follow the directions

Cooking with Carson: Muddy Buddies for Back to School

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 11, 2023

Welcome back to school! I am sure that you are excited to get back into the classes, friend drama, dining hall food, tests… Well anyway, I am excited to have you back and I have a recipe that I...

Carrots, beef, and potatoes. What more could you ask for?

Cooking with Carson: Beef Stew to Keep You Warm This Winter

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist December 7, 2022

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It is a bowl of stew! Not sure how you got those mixed up.  After a brief hiatus, I have returned with a meal that I NEED you to make, especially as the weather...

Carson reveals his favorite songs to listen to while cooking

Cooking with Carson: Top five songs to play while cooking (this is fact, not opinion)

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist November 17, 2022

waiting on visual As a reporter for the esteemed Daily Evergreen, I am known for my Michelin-star-level cooking and expert restaurant review skills. What you might not have known is that I also have...

The masterpiece of high cooking- Sandis completed meal.

Who let the stoner cook?

SANDI KOBIESA, Multimedia editor November 17, 2022

Let me set the scene: it’s 5:35 p.m., right before dinner time. I took an edible to prepare myself for a feast, but I, unfortunately, forgot that I must prepare the feast. So, let’s enjoy the journey...

Paradise Creek Brewery has food and drinks for all.

Pubs on the Palouse: wine cellar turned to brewery now popular spot in town

ANNIE HAGER November 16, 2022

Pullman's famous, well-loved Paradise Creek Brewery was once a fine-dining wine cellar that operated before 2008. General manager Jonny Handy said when the recession hit fewer and fewer people were...

I poured my heart out to the Lighty Espresso Bar

Bite of the Palouse: An Ode to the Lighty Espresso Bar

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist November 9, 2022

I am hungry  The Lighty Espresso Bar fills me up  Refrigerator If my haiku did not illustrate my admiration for the Lighty Espresso Bar then this article will be my labor of love towards this...

I give the Cubano three thumbs up but the soup was the star

Bite of the Palouse: Serfes Food, a lighthouse of cuisine

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist November 9, 2022

Colfax may have limited eateries but Serfes Food comes out swinging for the fences. I have had this spot recommended to me more times than I could count so buckle in (un)faithful readers it is time to...

Maybe chicken stew is closer to the mark

Cooking with Carson: Chicken Soup to Fight Those Seasonal Blues

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist October 25, 2022

Move aside House of the Dragon and NFL, it is soup season.  Dearest readers, if you have been following the weather recently not only will you have noticed the cold and rain, but also the snow. SNOW....

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