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Israeli Couscous With Kale and Pine Nuts

I am starting to develop a pattern. Go on a trip. Eat food. Buy food. I have even gotten a credit card that will allow me to check my bags for free so I can bring more food back with me. Most recently this endeavor took me to New York City. While most women I […]

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Eat and Stay at Charleston’s Zero George

There’s no doubt Charleston, S.C., is a great foodie destination. At Dishing, we often field requests for dining recommendations there, as owner and co-founder Allison Arthur grew up in The Holy City and still visits often. Last weekend I traveled to Charleston for a high school friend‘s wedding and had a slew of delicious meals: Sean […]

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Rhubarb Coffee Cake

As fall is beginning, I am very excited to make some more cozy comfort foods. Looking outside and seeing the rain and the changing leaves makes me want to go curl up by the fireplace with a blanket. Since school has started, I haven’t really had any time to have or cook a real breakfast. […]

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Avocado and Chipotle Slaw

Every time I return from the East Coast, I get nostalgic about seafood. Technically, I live in the wrong place for my pallet. Here, you get treated to local cattle, wild game and treats like morel mushrooms, almost everywhere you go. Menus are laden with buffalo, elk and heavy on the meat options. But do […]

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Meme’s Pumpkin Pie

I am very excited to share my cooking experiences with you! The first time I made an entire recipe by myself was when I was 9 years old. My birthday is in mid-October, and I have always loved to embrace the season in my birthday treats. Every year I was so excited to inject a […]

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Avocado Salsa Verde

If I could, I would do all my shopping solely at farmers markets. I love getting my goods from the farmers themselves, or a local craftsman who specializes in something unique. I frequent both our local markets, and Sloan Bergien’s stand south of town for the best produce selection. But I also seek out farmers […]

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Asian Cucumber Salad

  People who say there is no difference in taste between organic and non-organic food clearly have never tasted an organic cucumber. My favorite summer vegetable is peaking currently, and I have made this dish just about every other day. Cucumber is packed with water content, thus helping you hit your daily hydration goals. This […]

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How to Host a Farmers Market Dinner

Who doesn’t love a good themed dinner party? And the best theme I have heard of in a while came from Sloane Bergien, who runs the Jackson Hole Farmers Market, as well as is the President of the Board of the Farmers Market on the Town Square. Recently, she hosted a dinner party for 10 at […]

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Lessons from Cooking

Writing about food is on par with trying to describe a dream you had last night. There is no way that you can properly convey what that experience means to you. You can only come up with a laundry list of adjectives and hope that you communicate a portion of that experience to the reader. It […]

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What’s For Dinner?

Our hands are our best tools in the kitchen, and let’s be honest, it’s just more fun getting our hands dirty (as long as you have a sturdy napkin). This recipe is easy to make and fun to eat. It’s a good candidate for lunch and dinner, and it doesn’t hurt that it’s healthy, either. […]

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Curried Pickled Carrots

A few years ago, many restaurants began offering appetizers of homemade pickles. They also starting adding them as condiments and toppings and began making fancier versions as side dishes. And unlike some food trends that are easy to tire of, I still love pickles. As a home cook, I started pickling not long after I […]

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What’s For Dinner?

If you are in the cooking mood, but are facing obstacles such as wanting to keep it healthy and on the cheaper side, here is the perfect recipe for you. Here, Vom Fass owner Kim Weiss has shared a recipe and broken down the nutrition label and cost per person. This is a quick and […]

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Summer Salts Recipe Series: Part 3

The third part of our summer salts recipe series is all about Fleur de Sel, a sea salt from the Eastern Algarve. Fleur de Sel translates to “the flower of the salt.” These rare salt crystals only form in optimal weather conditions, and must be scooped by hand within a few hours of forming. This […]

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Leftover Scramble

I am feeling the need to talk about salt and seasoning. This is prompted by a wedding I recently attended. Thankfully, the couple doesn’t live near here and hopefully don’t regularly follow my columns so I can discuss it truthfully. Almost anything can taste okay with enough seasoning. Yes, there are some disasters that even […]

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