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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

Customers wait in line for hot dogs at the Munchys stand at the intersection of Northeast Colorado Street and Northeast B Street, Sep. 9.

13-year-old hot dog stand open for late night cravings

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen reporter September 22, 2022

Sunday through Wednesday, the Munchy’z tent lays empty, resting in preparation for the weekend where a long line will await heavenly hot dogs.  Serving hot dogs for over 13 years, Munchy’z continues...

Activity at Thomas Hammer on Main Street in Pullman winds down after a busy day, Sept. 9th.

Thomas Hammer and the Coffee Forward Business Model

JOSHUA SONEDA, Evergreen reporter September 14, 2022

Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters is a local coffee shop off Main Street based in Spokane, with locations around Eastern Washington and Idaho. Store manager Kelly Ritchie said Thomas Hammer’s goal is...

Nothing on the menu is likely to disappoint

Bite of the Palouse: Tan’s Chinese Restaurant a hit

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist September 14, 2022

As the temperatures cool and the smoke hopefully clears, it is time to reward yourself for getting through the first few weeks of school. There is no better way to celebrate your early success than to...

Not pictured: me forgetting what a triangle is supposed to look like

Cooking with Carson: Easy Onigiri

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist September 14, 2022

As one of my friends so eloquently put it, Spam is severely slept on, and I could not agree more. This versatile food can be added to breakfast, lunch or dinner adding delicious flavor and protein while...

This is just one of many menu options from the new Indian and Middle Eastern style restaurant coming soon

Indian and Middle Eastern style restaurant to run taste test

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor September 8, 2022

After noticing a lack of Indian-styled and Middle Eastern food in Pullman, Audrey Menezes decided to take matters into her own hands.  Menezes moved to Pullman after growing up in Florida, hosting...

The Thai-Pie is my go-to pick every time no matter the occasion

Bite of the Palouse: Sella’s Super Solid Selection

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist September 7, 2022

While I am the lighthouse of objectivity and good taste when it comes to food, I am always up for suggestions from readers. I like a good burger and fries as much as the next broke college student, and...

Absolutely delicious, could not stop eating them

Cooking with Carson: Birria on a Budget

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist September 7, 2022

Buckle in. If you have been on FoodTok for any amount of time then you have seen the delicious-looking Birria Tacos. The app is absolutely filled to the brim with competing recipes and they are all...

Impressed your friends, make your enemies jealous, fill your stomach

Cooking with Carson: Beef Stroganoff

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist August 31, 2022

Food is so close to my heart, conveniently located in my stomach, especially food that my mom made for me growing up. Beef stroganoff will always hold a place in my top three favorite foods and I never...

So simple that microwavable pizza bites will be left in the dust

Cooking with Carson: Mini Air Fryer Pizza Bites

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist August 24, 2022

Another week, another few hours on TikTok procrastinating from work and homework. Of course, most of my feed is now filled with food and recipes which always make me famished after watching. Many of those...

Not Pictured: Me finishing the milkshake in 60 seconds

Bite of the Palouse: Cougar Country Drive In staple of Pullman food scene

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist August 24, 2022

Sometimes the last thing I want to do on a busy school night is to sit down in a restaurant, especially when homework is breathing down my neck. On the other hand, getting another round of Taco Bell or...

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, Reporter/Copy Editor 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...

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