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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

This is the Maryhill Winemaker’s Red and the creamed spinach mushroom flatbread that Kestra and I made together.

Sipping with Grace: Maryhill Winemaker’s Red with flatbread

JARED GRACE, Evergreen columnist February 2, 2023

Maryhill’s 2020 Winemaker’s red consists of Shiraz/Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot with 14.1% alcohol. This wine is called a “red blend,” which, like most wines, consists...

This is Chateau Ste. Michelles Riesling and the lemon Riesling cake I made with it.

Sipping with Grace: Chateau Ste. Michelle 2021 Riesling with lemon cake

JARED GRACE, Evergreen columnist February 1, 2023

Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Riesling has been called revolutionary in the past, and for good reason. Chateau Ste. Michelle was the first winery to occupy the state of Washington, which has now become...

I would go back in a heartbeat

Bite of the Palouse: The Black Cypress deserves one of the top spots in Pullman

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 26, 2023

Buckle in, this one did not disappoint. I love food, and if this column has told me anything it's that Pullman has a surprisingly amazing selection of spots to eat at. Over the years, I have tried a...

This is the Kung Fu Girl Riesling and the drunken noodles I made with it.

Sipping with Grace: Kung Fu Girl 2021 Riesling with drunken noodles

JARED GRACE, Evergreen columnist January 26, 2023

Charles Smith’s 2021 Kung Fu Girl Riesling has a black and white label whose calligraphic art style and classic text are enough to catch an eye on the shelf, which is something I truly value in the marketing...

This is Mark West’s Pinot Noir and a plate of the bolognese I made with it.

Sipping with Grace: Mark West 2021 Pinot Noir with bolognese

JARED GRACE, Evergreen columnist January 25, 2023

My name is Jared Grace, and I am currently a third-year student at WSU studying viticulture and enology. Growing up in a Sicilian-American household, I have been encouraged throughout my life to cook and...

Incredibly easy, incredibly delicious

Cooking with Carson: Green bean casserole that will have you reaching for seconds

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 25, 2023

The old reliable, the standby, the dish that somehow shows up at almost any holiday party. Dread it, love it, green bean casserole is inevitable. And best of all, green bean casseroles can be a dish...

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....

Cougar Cowgirl Josie looks toward 2023

Cougar Cowgirl: 2022 Review

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor January 12, 2023

2022 has come and gone and looking back, it was truly such a great year for me in so many different aspects of my life. Last year was my rookie season in the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association...

My dorm!

Decorating with Caution: Sprucing up your dorm without disobeying the rules

JULIA MESSEGEE, Evergreen columnist January 11, 2023

Are you frustrated with dorm décor rules? Have you stabbed a thumbtack into the wall and then nonchalantly remembered, “Oh, crap! This isn’t allowed!”? Fortunately, you can discover some sneaky...

Mikayla Finnerty, former social media editor, managing editor and future Editor-In-Chief

‘Is this real life … or is it just fantasy’

MIKAYLA FINNERTY, Editor-in-chief December 8, 2022

Do you know those dreams where you can't differentiate what is real and what's not?  I have been having those dreams more frequently, mainly about my work at the Evergreen. Dreams where I message...

Gypsy Java offers a variety of drinks

Gypsy Java aims to stay local to Washington, Idaho

JOSHUA SONEDA, Evergreen reporter September 27, 2022

Gypsy Java is a Romani-owned business operating out of Eastern Washington and Idaho. They have two coffee stands, one in Moscow and the other here in Pullman.   Lead barista Leilani Fitzgerald said...

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