The 2016 Gift Guide: Foodie Experiences

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Gifts don’t have to be material items. Sometimes an experience and lasting memory is what your friends and family want. Check out our round up of fun local experiences to gift this holiday season!

Get fit and crush the calories from eating all the Christmas cookies you said you were going to give out to neighbors but really ate them all instead! Revolution Indoor Cycling offers gift certificates online so you can purchase for a friend or give a workout gift to yourself. There will be no classes on Christmas Day.revolution-indoor-cycling

Mountains of Groceries provides a unique shopping and delivery service for the busy person in your life. They know where to find the best selection of foods, including exotic meats, fresh fish, spreads and cheese from around the world as well as from our local area. Mountains of Groceries provides grocery delivery, private chefs, prepared meal delivery, cabinet clearing services, event planning, specialty holiday events, and even custom gift baskets. mountains-of-groceries

Brewery tours are a great experience to take friends and family on. Two local breweries have daily tours including Snake River Brew Pub and Grand Teton Brewery in Victor. This holiday season why not put on your favorite Christmas sweater and go taste a bunch of local brews with some friends. Nothing says Merry Christmas more then a custom mug and a local brew.grand-teton-brewing-tasting

Dashing through the snow, in a one horse open sleigh, looking at the Tetons as we go, up at Spring Creek Ranch. Ok, so it doesn’t rhyme, but you know what I’m getting at here. Grab your winter clothes, a cup of hot chocolate and head up the butte to Spring Creek Ranch for a beautiful winter sleigh ride. It can be a fun memory for your family or a romantic night for your loved one.

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How about hosting a fun holiday party and having it privately catered for all your friends and loved ones? Unprocessed Kitchen is a full private chef service offering everything from intimate dinner parties and cocktail parties to custom meal delivery and setting up homes complete with all kinds of ready to eat, homemade snacks and kid friendly meals. Everything they do is custom, so if you have a dish on your Christmas wish list, they can make it!unprocessed-kitchen

What’s better than sipping local wine in your cowboy boots, looking up at the Tetons, listening to Spring Creek flow by? That’s right, not much. Jackson Hole Winery offers a great wine tasting experience that anyone will love. Jackson Hole Winery currently has private tastings by appointment only. Call 307-201-1057 to set up an appointment this holiday season. jhwinery

Enjoy a night at the Four Seasons with a Mountain Whiskey Ceremony with local Wyoming Whiskey. The ceremony is performed tableside with three glasses infused with the essences of pine, marshmallow and cinnamon to bring out the subtle nuances of flavor. The Four Seasons Fireball is available for purchase and is house-made and put in plastic, flask-size bottles. It is perfect for stuffing in the side pocket of your Stio jacket and taking a little nip before dropping into Corbets. A shot of the Four Seasons Fireball is $12 and the flask is $25.fourseasons

Jackson Hole Still Works no longer only offers vodka. The team at Jackson Hole Still Works is now offering up vodka as well as their new gin. The business is open during the holiday season and showcases a great place to stop in and warm up by tasting and touring the stills. Tours and tastings are available most days, but it is best to call before to set up an appointment (307-699-8998). While you are there pick up a limited edition Wyoming Snow Fence Shadow box featuring either Still Works Vodka or Gin and two logo copper mugs.stillworks

 

 

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Mollie is a native Cape Codder who learned at an early age how to put a lobster to sleep, harvest cranberries, and dig for clams. After high school she followed her sense of adventure out west to the University of Wyoming where she graduated with marketing and communication degrees. She found herself making roots in Jackson, her fiance’s hometown, and using her sales skills combined with her love of anything delicious to join the Dishing sales team. She loves baking from scratch, large glasses of red wine, and hiking with her heeler, Newton. She’ll try anything, but remains a stuck up Cape Codder when it comes to seafood. If she didn’t catch it or see it come off the boat, don’t even try tempting her.

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