Embracing Your Lunch Break: Part 2

Today we revisit all the places that Jackson has to offer for your next lunch out. Sometimes we are lucky enough not to have to start our timer or make ...

Roots Kitchen & Cannery Offers CSAs

If you like canning and jarring as much as my co-editor Cara and I do, but don’t always have the time to do it yourself, you will be thrilled to ...

Q to Host Beer Dinner Series

Looking for something to do this off season? Q Roadhouse & Brewing Co. is offering a fun beer dinner series, pairing its unique libations with four courses of special dishes. ...

The Daily Dish

Israeli Couscous With Kale and Pine Nuts

I am starting to develop a pattern. Go on a trip. Eat ...

More Off Season Specials!

It’s the best time of the year, well I guess besides Christmas. ...

Embracing Your Lunch Break: Part 1

For many of us, we have the best intentions in the morning ...

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Eat and Stay at Charleston’s Zero George

There’s no doubt Charleston, S.C., is a great foodie destination. At Dishing, we often field requests for dining recommendations there, as owner and co-founder Allison Arthur grew up in The Holy City and still visits often. Last weekend I traveled to Charleston for a high school friend‘s wedding and had a slew of delicious meals: Sean […]

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The Locavore Pantry’s Homemade How To: Part 1

On Thursday, Dishing hosted The Locavore Pantry at The Rose in connection with the Shift Festival. This event showcased various local chefs and industry experts demonstrating different homemade skills and recipes, including fermentation, nut milk/cheese, dairy, hummus, tamales, gnocchi, creamed horseradish and pistou. I got the chance to speak with everyone and learn some tricks of […]

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Rhubarb Coffee Cake

As fall is beginning, I am very excited to make some more cozy comfort foods. Looking outside and seeing the rain and the changing leaves makes me want to go curl up by the fireplace with a blanket. Since school has started, I haven’t really had any time to have or cook a real breakfast. […]

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Fall’s Off Seasons Specials Have Arrived

That nip in the air can only mean one thing. The tourists are disappearing, and the locals have our town back for a few months before ski season starts. It’s also time once again for Jackson restaurants to start rolling out their off season specials. Here is our list of what’s available so far. More to […]

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The FoodSHIFT Celebration continues with The People’s Banquet

Today marks the halfway point for the SHIFT Festival, and the celebration continues with The People’s Banquet today at the Center for the Arts from 5 to 10 p.m. This is an all-you-can-eat evening, full of locally and sustainably sourced dishes created by Jackson Hole’s finest chefs. Menu items will feature ingredients from local farmers, […]

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SRB’s 20th Oktoberfest is Here

Folks, it’s back. The debaucherous month of Rocktober that people wait for every year, and more specifically, Oktoberfest. We can’t believe it, but yes, Snake River Brewery is hosting this party for the 20th time today. You don’t want to miss out on all the fun things that are going on. Boise’s “zaniest oom pah […]

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SHIFT Festival Kicks Off

Today marks the beginning of the four day SHIFT Festival, an event that celebrates the intersection of conservation with nature, culture and adventure. With tons of programs for sustainable practitioners, nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts, there’s also one for foodies. FoodSHIFT will offer a week of sustainable food presentations and events. Dishing will sponsor The Locavore Pantry, a […]

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Avocado and Chipotle Slaw

Every time I return from the East Coast, I get nostalgic about seafood. Technically, I live in the wrong place for my pallet. Here, you get treated to local cattle, wild game and treats like morel mushrooms, almost everywhere you go. Menus are laden with buffalo, elk and heavy on the meat options. But do […]

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The Restaurant at the Cakebread Ranch

This looks like it’s going to be something special. I caught wind a few months back that a new restaurant was opening at The Cakebread Ranch in Thayne. I was familiar with the ranch from their presence at the Saturday Farmers Market. In years past they have always had things that, as a chef, got […]

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Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Hosts Wild Science

On Friday evening, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and Central Wyoming College are teaming up to present Jackson’s first free community science festival, called Wild Science. This science of food event will be held in the Center of the Arts lobby. The tasting reception will be from 5 to 9 p.m., and taster tickets are […]

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Meme’s Pumpkin Pie

I am very excited to share my cooking experiences with you! The first time I made an entire recipe by myself was when I was 9 years old. My birthday is in mid-October, and I have always loved to embrace the season in my birthday treats. Every year I was so excited to inject a […]

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Avocado Salsa Verde

If I could, I would do all my shopping solely at farmers markets. I love getting my goods from the farmers themselves, or a local craftsman who specializes in something unique. I frequent both our local markets, and Sloan Bergien’s stand south of town for the best produce selection. But I also seek out farmers […]

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The Big Apple Gets a Taste of the Wild West

Several Jackson Hole chefs will be hitting the Big Apple this week and cooking at the James Beard House in New York City. While you may already know about this event, with Couloir Chef Wes Hamilton and Fine Dining Restaurant Group Chef Roger Freedman, a chef from the Four Seasons is participating in a separate […]

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Name that Apres IPA Today

Stio and Q Roadhouse Brewing Company have teamed up to present Jackson with their newest apres ski microbrew, to be released this winter. As of now, they are calling it the Après IPA. The new concoction is a medium bodied, golden beer with citrus and pine hop aromas, but with a little less alcohol, so […]

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