Encountering the sweet smell of doughnuts on a fall afternoon at Green Bluff is always a treat, but now that
Born in Seoul, South Korea, Jeannie Choi grew up in a family of restaurateurs. In college, she stepped away from food to study Korean literature. After working for a large Korean hotel chain, Choi moved to Spokane in 2005.
In 2018 “Mamma Jeannie” opened D’bali Asian Bistro in Airway Heights and has been serving new and loyal customers ever since!
For many immigrants, finding the flavors, ingredients and dishes they were raised on in their adopted home countries can be difficult. But the Inland Northwest offers Almaz Ainuu, owner of Spokane’s Queen of Sheba, a unique link to her native Ethiopia: teff.
After settling in Spokane following the Iranian Revolution, Fery Haghighi has been a part of the local food landscape for almost 40 years.
“When we came here, there were only chain restaurants…Spokane has come such a long way since then.”
Coming from a European background, Pellet has brought a wealth of experience from everywhere he has made wine, and the wines he makes reflect that knowledge. They are grown up, elegant, and complex.