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Customize Your Wine Collection

If you’ve ever thought to yourself that it’s time to get more strategic about your wine buying, well you are in luck. Fine Dining Restaurant Group recently unveiled its new wine-buying program through Bin 22. The program centers on one-on-one, private consultations to help customers plan purchases as small as a case of wine and […]

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White Buffalo Club to Host Wine Dinners

  Before everyone starts complaining about there being nothing to do in off-season, you should take advantage of the spring events we have left in town. This Sunday the White Buffalo Club is hosting a wine dinner not to miss. The restaurant is pairing up with Napa Valley’s Kenefick Ranch and offering a four-course paired […]

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Upslope Takes Over Taps at Q Tonight

If tasting the beer isn’t enough of a draw, come to the Q Roadhouse and Brewing Co. tonight to try to win skis, boots and swag. Upslope, a new “active lifestyle and eco friendly beer” out of Colorado is taking over the taps tonight and celebrating the arrival of their beer to Wyoming. Starting at 5 p.m. […]

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Moscow Muling Around

When I first moved to Colorado, before moving to Jackson, I heard all this talk about a drink called a Moscow Mule. Everyone raved about it and said nothing but delicious things. So, of course I had to find out for myself what all the hype was all about it. The first Moscow Mule I […]

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#bloodysweet Instagram Contest Starts Today!

It is time for another opportunity to try new dishes and win free food! Our winter Instagram contest starts today! Last summer, many of you had fun tasting, photographing and sharing sandwiches from all around town. This winter, we are offering more options. In the mood for something sweet? Show us a photo of a […]

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Local and Hayden’s Post Offer New Bloody Mary Options

As you know, the bloody mary is a popular weekend drink around town and in our current magazine. Since publishing, a couple of restaurants have added interesting bloody mary options, and we wanted to tell you about these new drinks.   The Local Bloody at Local Price: $12 Available: Saturdays and Sundays during brunch What makes it […]

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Mexico is Surreal, Mexico is Mezcal

Chiapas, Mexico, is not known for its mezcal, it’s better known for indigenous revolutions and late-classic Mayan architecture, but it was in the beautiful city of San Cristobal de las Casas that I came across a line of mezcals that blew my mind. Strangely, San Cristobal reminded me of Jackson. It may have been in […]

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Wine Auction Announces Chef Lineup

Dishing is proud to be a sponsor of the Jackson Hole Wine Auction this year, and we will keep you posted with news and announcements about the organization’s events. This year is the Wine Auction’s 20th anniversary, so 2014 will be a huge milestone and offer a lot of excitement for food and wine lovers. […]

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Nothing Says the Holidays Like Sparkling Wine

So much to do this time of year, so many social engagements.  I wish there was one wine that was universally loved, that was as perfect at a family brunch as at a cookie party with the girls. If only… wait! Bubbles! Sparkling wine is the perfect holiday accessory. What other wine is acceptable while […]

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Dishing’s Foodie Gift Guide Part 1: Subscriptions

The holidays have never tasted better. With the increasing amount of creative, domestic, food-crazed individuals around the valley, we are seeing new and unique homemade gifts pop up. This holiday season, you are guaranteed to find the perfect foodie gift for the loved ones in your life. As a three part gift guide, here is […]

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This $2 Deal is Better Than Two-Buck Chuck

Game on! One of the year’s best annual sales began at The Liquor Store on Saturday. The TLS $2 Sale is greatly anticipated by those of us who always need to beef up our wine cellars. Here’s the scoop: Until Dec. 8, if you buy two bottles of the same wine, the second one is only $2. […]

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What’s in a Name? To Wine Makers: Everything.

Take the term Champagne. Generally, we all understand this to mean wine with bubbles.  However, the French government’s restrictions mean this wine can only be made within the Champagne region of France, according to their regulations for aging, etc.  So, other countries have to call their bubbles other names like prosecco, cava, or simply, sparkling […]

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Sangria Wine: Just right for an off season pot luck

It’s a little embarrassing to admit how rarely I cook. A friend of mine, who I don’t think would mind me calling him a seasoned bachelor, opened my fridge once to find a single beer and a Styrofoam cup filled with Chinese yellow mustard. It was a sad and lonely site even for him. I […]

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Shift Offers Food, Drink, Foodie Films

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