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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

Chef Ian Pecoraro spent 15 years working in award-winning restaurants in Seattle before founding Cellar Door Cooking here on the Palouse.

Farm to table Palouse style

ANNIE HAGER April 7, 2022

Chef Ian Pecoraro started Cellar Door Cooking to bring local, farm-fresh meals directly to tables all around the Palouse.  Pecoraro has spent the last 15 years working in professional kitchens...

The little white robots now found on University of Idahos campus are a collaboration between the school, Idaho Eats and Starship Technologies.

Robots takeover Moscow

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter April 7, 2022

A fleet of robots has taken over University of Idaho, and the little creatures are not leaving anytime soon.  The rolling white robots are the university’s newest food delivery service for students...

Kit Spelman describes the beers on tap to a group of customers at Another Round Brewing Company on March 23, 2022.

Pour ‘Another Round’

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor March 24, 2022

Kit Spelman was not always a fan of craft beer; he said he used to stick with domestic beers like Coors and Budweiser. A few years ago, Spelman was on a motorcycle ride through Sacramento when a friend...

All 2,000 pounds of sausage was prepared entirely by local volunteers. Officials estimate that more than 1,700 people attended this year.

Uniontown hosts annual sausage communion

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter March 10, 2022

Thanks to 2,000 pounds of German sausage, the Uniontown Community Building secured funding for yet another year.  Uniontown hosted its annual sausage feed from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. last Sunday — the...

Rants & Raves Brewerys new location in Palouse is just a short drive away and offers pizza and craft beers.

Pizza and pilsners coming to Palouse

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter March 10, 2022
Rants and Raves Brewery set to open first Washington location in Palouse
Sugar Babe Bakery owner Melanie Voorhees founded her business in 2019, providing allergy-friendly baked goods for the residents of Colfax.

Sugar Babe Bakery coming to Pullman

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor January 13, 2022

Sugar Babe Bakery will host its grand opening on Jan. 21 in the space next to the Audian Theatre on Main St.  Sugar Babe Bakery owner Melanie Voorhees said she is enthusiastic about contributing...

Customers enjoy food and beverages at the Palouse Caboose Bar and Grill on Nov. 16, 2021, in Palouse, Washington.

All aboard the barbecue train

ANNIE HAGER November 18, 2021

In downtown Palouse, Washington, a gigantic red building that sits on the corner of Main Street is home to some of the best barbecue in the region. Palouse Caboose Bar and Grill is a locally-owned barbecue...

The company focuses on selling sustainable products and they only work with farmers who pay above market wage. They also sell the HuskeeCup and Kuppo.

Pullman locals found sustainable coffee company in Asia

ANNIE HAGER April 29, 2021

Urban Dwellers Coffee is a family-owned business that was founded in Asia in 2016. The roastery is based in Springfield, Missouri where half of the company is run from, said founder and owner Jacob...

Financial officer Jeremey Johnson wants to create a welcoming environment and is interested in partnering with students.

Pullman brewhouse to promote inclusivity

ANNIE HAGER April 1, 2021

Speaking Bird Brewhouse will open this fall in downtown Pullman with the mission of collaboration and inclusion within the community. Co-owner and co-founder Sean Owens is currently attending the UC...

Owning Pups & Cups is a dream for CJ Robert. She wants to make the experience customer-centered.

Pups & Cups successfully open new location during COVID-19 pandemic

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor March 16, 2021

Pups & Cups Cafe recently moved into their new location on Main Street after jumping through the hoops of the COVID-19 pandemic.  While they were originally supposed to move into the new...

The heart does not warrant the hate it gets.

Home for ‘The Technicolor Heart’ in crimson country

ELIZA CALLIS March 9, 2021

While the name "Technicolor Heart" may not sound familiar, you've seen it if you have been on the Pullman campus. It's a light blue 12-foot bronze sculpture of a heart adorned in tools — ring a bell...

The Schotzkos love sharing the flavors of their childhood with the Pullman community.

Miss Huddy’s Barbecue named for owner’s daughter

HANNAH FLORES February 16, 2021

Pullman locals and WSU alums Molly and Tim Schotzko share a passion for central-Texas style barbecue. They hope to bring the joy of conversation and great food to the community with their food truck, Miss...

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