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Love the Pea Salad at Clinkerdagger's? The Smoked Salmon Lasagna at Luigi's? Now you can make those and more delicious dishes with the new Signature Tastes of Spokane cookbook.

With the perfect sampling of delectable dishes from locally-owned restaurants, chefs, caterers, farms, markets, wineries, and bakeries in Spokane and the surrounding area, the Signature Tastes of Spokane cookbook is the ultimate 'culinary postcard' for the city. This exciting new cookbook captures the distinct local flavors of the Lilac City's vibrant culinary culture through a collection of over 100 recipes gathered from your favorite local restaurants and kitchens. Overflowing with mouth-watering recipes for drinks, appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, and desserts, Signature Tastes of Spokane is the must-have guide to the best flavors and sights that Spokane has to offer. Each recipe is featured on a full page with a step-by-step layout complete with restaurant names, addresses, a brief description of the businesses, and black and white photographs. Also featured are the personal recipes of some of Spokane's most notable citizens.

You can purchase your copy of Signature Tastes of Spokane at the following local stores and restaurants: Auntie's Bookstore, The Kitchen Engine, Tinman Gallery, Hastings, Alpine Bistro & Bakery Co., The Flying Pig, Hills' Restaurant and Lounge, Huckleberry's 9th Street Bistro, J-Walk Bakery & Bistro, Maple Street Bistro, Mizuna, OPA!, Waddell's Pub & Grille, and Waffles Plus. Also available online at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. You can follow them on facebook, search 'Signature Tastes of Spokane.'


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