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Iron Chef is Here!

The 4th annual People’s Market Iron Chef competition will take place tonight between 5 and 7 at Phil Baux Park. The chefs this year include Kyle Nicholson from Snake River Grill, Rich Hammons from Sudachi, and Nate Fischer from Couloir. Chefs will be asked to create five small plates using three mystery ingredients and a shared […]

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Lotus Cafe Celebrates 8 Years With Deals

To celebrate their eighth anniversary, Lotus Cafe is offering several specials today, and today only. For their Golden Birthday, the organic cafe and bakery is offering a house-made veggie burger and bison burger with house cut truffle fries for $8. They are also offering a signature cocktail called Summer’s End for $8. This cocktail is made […]

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Summertime Cocktails: Take Two

I am not going to lie. I am getting pretty sick of hearing about how summer is “almost over!!!?!” It seems like no matter where I am, it comes up almost as frequently as the possibility of snow in the forecast during the winter. I am 95 percent sure that I shouldn’t panic quite yet, […]

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Street Food in Wilson

There is a new restaurant in Wilson. Street Food at the Stagecoach opened last week in what was formerly the Stagecoach Grill and is a perfect stop after a bike ride on the pass or tube along Fish creek. New owners Marcos and Amelia Hatchard took no time at all getting the old restaurant transitioned. In only […]

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Farmers’ Market Favorites: BBQ Night

Recently I have been noticing a healthy but slightly disturbing trend after coming home from the People’s Market and Saturday market, my tiny fridge is full of veggies. By full, I mean barley shut the door full. I have a juicer to directly combat this onslaught of veggies that gets replenished twice a week but […]

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Parker Thomas Events will Help you Pick the Perfect Menu

We’ve all been there. The event (wedding, dinner party, fundraiser, etc) starts out great. And then, you eat the food. All of a sudden all you can remember is how the “hot” dish was served cold and the ice cream on the dessert melted before it arrived to your table. Well, if you pick the […]

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Summertime Cocktails

Summertime means a lot of things to me, barbecues, camping, farmers markets, fresh veggies, the list goes on. One of the perks of working for Dishing is the ability to write about what I love, food and cooking. I also get to write about things that I very strongly like (one tier below love), which isn’t […]

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Don’t Bike on an Empty Stomach

It’s not something you hear often, like “Don’t swim 30 minutes after eating,” but I would have to say “Don’t bike on an empty stomach” is equally important. I can tell you after many bike rides where I’m halfway in and all of the sudden my stomach starts to grumble, it is no fun riding a […]

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White Buffalo Club Offers Breakfast at Bird in Hand Cafe

While we all know and love the White Buffalo Club for one of the best steak dinners in Jackson Hole, the hotel and restaurant are now also offering breakfast. In the morning, the downstairs restaurant space becomes Bird in Hand Cafe every day. Offering classics such as pancakes, a breakfast burrito and huevos rancheros, the […]

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Stock your Fridge on Saturdays

For some people, Saturday morning marks the end of a long week and a much-awaited morning to sleep in, leisurely drink a cup of coffee and map out the garage sales that you are going to check out during the day. For others, Saturday brings a very early alarm, loading up your car and bringing your […]

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Jackson Hole Restaurant, Jackson Hole Dining

Spur’s Vidalia Onion Dressing

If you haven’t had a chance to go to Teton Mountain Lodge’s Spur Restaurant and Bar yet this summer, we have a few good reasons you should. Before you get to The Spur, make sure you first walk through the newly remodeled lobby. The sophisticated loungy space may be offering drinks and post-Music Festival desserts […]

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A Market for the People

Farmers market season in Jackson comes with much excitement, but also much anxiety for me. The prospect of making my meals from farm fresh eggs and sausage in the mornings or  a salad of locally grown greens and vegetables at night would have seemed like heaven a couple months ago. Along with a friend of […]

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Hooray Beer!

Memorial Day weekend is here, which means, among other things, the first influx of tour buses to Jackson, hiking Snow King  and Old West Days. We could argue about what would qualify as the highlight of the weekend with the Rotary Wine Fest, the first rodeo of the summer and Town Square Shootouts all being options. […]

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White Buffalo Club to Host Wine Dinner Sunday

This Sunday The White Buffalo Club will host its first wine dinner of the summer season. This time the club is pairing with Phelps Creek Vineyard from Oregon. The four course menu will be paired with different wines for each course and highlight seasonal ingredients like morels and grilled peaches. We went to the last […]

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