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Liberty Burger Open for Lunch, Dinner

While there is no word when Blue Collar Restaurant Group will be allowed to reopen Sidewinders, Ignight and the neighboring liquor store because of the landslide threat, they were able to open their newest restaurant this week. Liberty Burger, which takes the former home of Dolce, is open for lunch and dinner daily. The restaurant, […]

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Pesto, Pine Nuts, Pizza…Perfection from Calico

Sometimes when I open my kitchen cabinets, I am reminded of a line out of “Sex and the City” when Carrie tells Miranda and Charlotte that she stores sweaters in her stove, illustrating the point that she knows nothing about cooking, kitchens, domesticity, etc. Please. Anyone that has seen Sex and the City knows that […]

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Spring Pea Dip

  Spring has sprung! After a long winter season of eating hummus, this light spring dip will invigorate your taste buds. Even though the recipe calls for frozen, not fresh, peas, this dish is still a healthy option to be served and enjoyed with fresh picked dipping veggies of your choice. This is highly recommended […]

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Weekend Rendezvous in Jackson

Prepare yourselves for a weekend full of music, food and fun. This weekend, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, along with various participants and sponsors, is hosting it’s first annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous. It’s a three-day spring lifestyle and music festival gathering of mountain and music lovers to bid farewell to winter and welcoming spring with open […]

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Celebrate Snake River Brewery’s 20th Anniversary

Three dollar beers ($2 during happy hour). Old menu favorites like the Glacier Pie. And prices on specials under $10. It could only mean the Snake River Brewery, aka the Brewpub, is turning 20. To celebrate, the restaurant is offering specials all day long. For today only, the gang at the Brewpub is rolling prices […]

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Salad Done Salty, Sweet in a Nutshell

My parents have been visiting for the last week, so the food I have been eating in recent days has been more expensive and more delicious than what I eat on a regular basis. We’ve either been out to dinner every night, or my mom has cooked. She is a very good cook. I am […]

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Beyond Power Bars: Bacon Chocolate Rice Muffins

The first time I made these rice-based bacon muffins, I had my doubts about them. The batter was thin, and the ingredients were a tad unusual for a muffin. But I was intrigued by the savory and sweet combination of bacon and chocolate in a healthy muffin designed to feed elite cyclists while training. The […]

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The Indian Finally Opens

Ever since word spread about an Indian restaurant coming to town, it was all the buzz: when, where, who, when! Well folks, the wait is over. The Indian opened last week at 165 Center Street. Ryan Haworth, and his wife Sunanta, (also owners of Teton Thai in Driggs) have finally finished the beautiful space and […]

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The Saucy Gentleman in the Cherry Style

I want to be the Don Cherry of food writing. In case you are unfamiliar with Don Cherry, he is an NHL defenseman, turned coach, turned commentator. Cherry co-hosts Coaches Corner for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and it is there where he shares his rock’em-sock’em views with the hockey world. Cherry doesn’t pull punches. He […]

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Oscar Ortega Leads Team This Week at International Confectionary Art Competition

This week Oscar Ortega’s culinary team will participate at an international competition they have been training for basically since they placed 7th in the same event two years ago. Ortega and his team of three are at the International Confectionary Art Competition (Mondial des Arts Sucres) in Paris representing the United States and competing against […]

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Battle of the Nacho

Après skiing is simply not complete without the requisite nachos, wings or slices of pizza shared among friends. Nachos are a particularly tasty treat for after a day of tearing it up on the slopes. The best part? Most nachos have vegetables on them, so really you’re not just gorging yourself before you limp back […]

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Generation Farms Needs Volunteers

Even though the snow is still lingering, the area’s farmers are already getting for summer. They’re securing CSA memberships, ordering seeds and enlisting volunteers to help with the farming. Generation Farms, run solely by Matthew Furney in Teton Valley, is looking for help — from daily to weekly laborers — as he enters his third […]

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Bistro Adds Happy Hour Menu

At the Rendezvous Bistro there is now a new reason to go enjoy two-for-one drinks from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. every day: food specials! Chef Joel Tate has added a new daily selection of bar bites to the happy hour menu. Changing each day, the offerings will rotate items such as potstickers, croquettes and oysters […]

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