Award-winning chef Sam Cover of Spokane Valley suggests three of his favorite plant-based alternatives to meat in popular dishes.

With more and more people switching to plant-based lifestyles, chefs worldwide are increasingly turning to meat alternatives to create new recipes and variations of existing dishes to suit this growing meat-free population. A multi-award-winning chef and restaurateur from Spokane Valley, culinary expert Sam Cover highlights a trio of his top plant-based proteins, including jackfruit and seitan.

“There’s never been a higher demand for plant-based meat alternatives,” explains Sam Cover of Spokane Valley, speaking from his home in easternmost Washington. …

SPOKANE, WA, UNITED STATES, September 28, 2020 / — A multi-award-winning chef and restaurateur, Sam Cover Spokane Washington is best known for his seafood dishes. An outspoken proponent of locally sourced produce, the Pacific Northwest native is also becoming increasingly well known for his vegetarian and vegan recipes.

“Here in the Pacific Northwest, not only do we have access to some of the world’s finest seafood, but there’s also an abundance of local produce on our doorstep for much of the year,” explains Sam Cover Spokane , speaking from his home on the easternmost edge of the Evergreen State.

In addition to being an advocate for the increasingly popular farm-to-table movement, Sam Cover Spokane Washington is also extremely knowledgeable on locally forageable ingredients. …

SPOKANE, WA / ACCESSWIRE / September, 9, 2020 / From supporting increased flexibility to promoting improved cardiovascular and circulatory health, the benefits of yoga are both proven and plentiful. A fitness enthusiast from the Evergreen State of Washington, Sam Cover presents these and a number of his other favorite benefits of embracing the ancient collection of physical, mental, and spiritual practices.

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Spokane, WA — ( NewMediaWire ) — September 3, 2020 — From a classic beef stew to mushroom bourguignon, fall-inspired flavors and ingredients are key to giving the season’s best recipes their distinctive and timely edge ahead of the colder winter months. Already anticipating the arrival of this year’s fall season, award-winning chef Sam Cover provides a closer look at some of his best dishes as he sets out a number of his fall favorites.

“Fall is probably my favorite of all the seasons for cooking dishes that are primarily inspired by the time of year,” reveals Pacific Northwest native Sam Cover Spokane Washington, a multi-award-winning chef from the easternmost edge of the Evergreen State. …

iCrowd Newswire — Aug 28, 2020

Award-winning Pacific Northwest chef Sam Cover of Spokane Washington showcases his favorite recipes of the summer.

Next on ‘s compilation of his favorite summer recipes of 2020 is skillet seafood paella. “Cooked together in a cast-iron skillet, almost any fresh seafood works here, but especially shrimp, mussels, calamari, and clams,” he explains. Simplicity is key, says “Jasmine rice works perfectly,” adds the chef, “for a truly tasty summer dish that’s easy as pie to prepare.”

‘s third suggestion is coconut shrimp — another nod to the Pacific Northwest native’s penchant for fresh seafood. “Toss fresh shrimp in beaten egg, coconut, and breadcrumbs,” says the chef, “then oven cook until golden; it couldn’t be simpler.” …

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From the Centennial Trail to Spokane State Park, award-winning chef and local restaurateur Sam Cover of Spokane Washington shares a personal look at some of his favorite places to indulge in his love of running both in and around the so-called Lilac City — a haven, he says, for outdoor activities.

“Life as a chef can be incredibly stressful at times,” says Sam Cover of Spokane Washington, speaking from his home on the outskirts of the popular eastern Washington state city. …

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Sam Cover Spokane Valley on Top Grilling Tips Summer Is Peak Time for Back Yard Parties, Says Sam Cover Spokane Valley

About 79 million people grill out each year, according to the U.S. Census. Summer weekends, including Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Labor Day, are among the most popular times to have a back yard grill party. Becoming a grilling guru, however, takes practice. Chef Sam Cover Spokane Valley offers a few tips for successful grilling.

  • The surface should be clean. A good grilling Prepare the surface.chef uses a wire brush to clean the grates and remove residual food or char. They then wipe down the surface using a cloth and vegetable oil. They preheat the grill, then halve a potato and rub it on the hot grates to prevent food from sticking to the surface, says Sam Cover Spokane Valley . …

iCrowd Newswire — Aug 3, 2020

Dietary Changes Can Fight COVID-Related Anxiety, Says Sam Cover

SPOKANE, WA / ICROWDNEWSWIRE / August 3, 2020 / Many Americans are experiencing stress related to COVID-19 and the economic uncertainty it has brought. In a recent American Psychological Association study, the average American rated their level of stress as 5.4, compared with 4.9 last year. Stress levels are higher among parents with children and people of color. One way to lessen anxiety and stress is through dietary changes, says Chef

Green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, asparagus, and broccoli can make people feel better because they contain high levels of folate. Folate produces dopamine, which is a brain chemical that helps restore pleasure and calm, says . Leafy vegetables also contain high levels of magnesium. …

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SPOKANE, WA, UNITED STATES, July 17, 2020 / — Culinary genius Sam Cover Spokane Washington all set to resume plans to mentor aspiring young chefs from the city and surrounding areas.

First announcing plans to mentor local aspiring young chefs at the start of the year, Sam Cover Spokane Washington’s idea was promptly put on hold due to the global health crisis stemming from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. …

iCrowd Newswire — Jul 10, 2020

Successful Restaurants Will Make Eating Out An Experience, Says Sam Cover Spokane Valley

In the past, restaurants that offered an excellent menu, great food, a fair price, and a convenient location were successful. As a new Deloitte study, entitled “Through Guests Eyes” shows, however, this formula isn’t enough for customers. Half or less than half of customers surveyed said that restaurants weren’t doing enough to get to know them, delight them, engage them, and empower them. According to Sam Cover Spokane Valley , restaurants of the future will need to excel at all these things, creating an occasion as well as a great meal.

“Great food is the minimum. Today’s restaurant customer wants a fun and unique experience,” said Sam Cover Spokane Valley . These experiences, however, will need to stay true to the brand. Many brands may offer a better experience by making small changes in the ambiance or adding a few experiential elements. Others may be more creative, Sam Cover Spokane Valley said. One example is offering off-premises dining opportunities, known as pop-ups, that offer diners a unique experience and provide chefs a chance to reinvent themselves without committing to a permanent location. Pop-ups may also include collaboration with visiting chefs and intermingling between diners and chefs, Sam Cover Spokane Valley says. …


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Sam Cover Spokane Valley, WA. Renowned chef in Spokane, WA

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