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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

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....

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...

I got more fries than the three, but you have to keep in mind the *aesthetics*

Bite of the Palouse: Back to Basics, Zip’s style

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist November 16, 2022

Sometimes the only thing I want after stumbling out of my room three hours into an essay is some greasy and grimy fast food. While you could go to Mcdonald's, Wendy’s or other boring places, I choose...

Be prepared to cry from the delicious taste and the handful of onions

Cooking with Carson: French Onion Soup for the Soul

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist October 18, 2022

SOUP. Ahem. Apologies.  It has been a while since I have been able to write so I thought I would come out swinging. Temperatures are quickly dropping so that means that soup season is just around...

Rehael Mufti, senior double majoring in marketing and human resources, gives a presentation on different foods from around the world, Sep. 30.

Coffee Hour: A bite of the world

SHANA HUANG, Evergreen Reporter October 2, 2022

On Friday, the International Center held a Coffee Hour on cultural cuisines from across the globe. Students brought a variety of foods to share, including stroganoff, arepas and curry chicken. Rehael...

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 news editor September 21, 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...

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