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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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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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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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JWG Presents 7th Annual Harvest Festival

Jackson Whole Grocer will host their their 7th annual Harvest Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Powderhorn Park. This festival showcases local and regional farmers and their products from the last harvest of the season. Festival goers can enjoy local produce, beer, wine, breads and other local products. They can also purchase […]

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Slow Food Hosts Second Taste Education Event

Slow Food in the Tetons will host a second Taste Education event on from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at King Sushi. Their first event, held at Persephone Bakery, featured wine, cheese, and Lockhart beef was sold out and was a huge success. The second event will feature a sustainable fish and sake pairing. […]

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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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Your Guide to Palettes and Palates

Thursday marked the opening day of the 30th annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, an almost two week long event full of local art exhibitions with a little bit of food mixed in. One of the festival’s most loved foodie events, Palettes and Palates, takes place today from 5-8 p.m. More than 30 participating art […]

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Jackson Hits the Big Apple

On October 2nd, New York City will get a taste of the culinary scene in Jackson Hole. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Fine Dining Restaurant Group have teamed up with the community of Jackson to present Jackson Hole: From the Range, an event celebrating Jackson’s unique culinary culture at New York’s famed James Beard House. […]

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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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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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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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Q Roadhouse and Brewing Co.

Q Roadhouse: The Place To Be This Summer

The Q Roadhouse and Brewing Co. has evolved so much in the last year or so. With a new Chef de Cuisine, Matty Melehes, who was born and raised in the Tetons, the Q is really focusing on providing locally and regionally produced cuisine. In doing so, the team at Q Roadhouse has created a killer summer line-up of […]

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A Wyoming Father’s Day

Father’s Day is coming up, and what better way to celebrate your dad than by getting the whole family together for a delicious meal? Many great eateries around the valley are serving up something special for Father’s Day. If you prefer to eat in town, stop by the Silver Dollar Bar and Grill inside The Wort […]

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