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What’s Fresh: Cherries!

With the start of the Jackson Hole People’s Market two weeks ago, we’ve been stocking our kitchens with as much local and regional foods that we can. Thus, the return of our What’s Fresh column for the summer. Last week at the People’s Market, which goes on at 4 p.m. every Wednesday at the base of Snow […]

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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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Summer Ice Cream Trio: Wildflower Honey

It’s finally summertime in Jackson. After a long, cold winter full of hot soups, I know everyone is eagerly welcoming grassy picnics full of cold sweets and treats. The meadows in the village are the perfect spot to lay down a blanket under the sun while enjoying sandwiches and sweet tea. And a cold treat […]

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Calamansi-Spiked Tomatoes

    If you haven’t read the Summer Salts article in our latest issue of the magazine, you might want to pick up a copy. We caught up with Vom Fass owner, Kim Weiss, to get the salty scoop. Who knew there were so many different types of salts out there, and   when to […]

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Trio’s Fava Bean Risotto

Hopefully by now you’ve all seen the new issue of Dishing, which hit the streets last week. We had so many good stories, recipes and photos in our 6th issue. So many, in fact, that we had to leave out this little gem of an Ask for It. The folks at Trio were gracious enough […]

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Buffalo Chicken Pizza, YUM

I have never been into buffalo wings (the tendons and skin and weird part of the chicken freak me out), but I have found a fondness for hot wing sauce. In fact, I think it might be the greatest condiment out there. It is rich in flavor and spicy, but usually not too spicy, and […]

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Ginger Pound Cake

I stay motivated to cook by cooking new dishes as often as possible. When you repeat the same dish over and over, it can become monotonous and not seem as exciting a project. I find that when you make something new, there is always an element of mystery to it that keeps me motivated. Anything […]

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Beyond Power Bars — Tahini Ginger Bars

My latest homemade power bar, the tahini ginger bar, was inspired by a snack I nibbled on in the spa lounge at the Four Seasons Resort in Jackson Hole years ago. What I was doing in the spa lounge of the Four Seasons, I can’t recall. Nor can I remember who I was with or […]

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Cook a Coq au Vin Blanc

When the snow is good as it has been, it’s very hard to take time out of your busy ski schedule to cook. So, I like to be efficient and concentrate my cooking efforts into one afternoon. Most people I know who don’t cook don’t cook because they don’t know how to, but time management […]

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Curried Red Lentil Coconut Soup

I am a big fan of the Meatless Mondays concept. This worldwide movement is practiced by people in almost 30 countries and attempts to remove meat from your diet for at least one day (Monday) every week. There are many global and heath benefits to this practice. Cutting out animal products from your diet at […]

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Ex Jackson Resident Starts Salsa Company

  Many people live in Jackson for a period of time and then leave to pursue long-term careers that are not always easy to cultivated here. One of my personal favorites, who left a year or so ago to pursue opportunities in New York City, is Andrew Bourke. In Jackson, he was a ski instructor […]

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Italian-ish Black Bean and Kale Soup

Recently, I went to the grocery store without much of a plan. I knew I wanted to make a healthy soup, as we had recently been on vacation and eating more than our normal share of sweets and indulgent food. This unpreparedness can result in one of two results: leaving the store with nothing that […]

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Slow Cook Your Way Through a Busy Winter

Shorter days and longer nights can really take a toll on your weeknight momentum. While summer months are filled with after-work hikes and 9 p.m. barbeques, the winter season makes us want to curl up in front of a fire with a bowl of soup and a good book. Even if we generate enough after-work […]

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Chef Will Gahagan’s Christmas Dinner

Are you looking for something special to make for Christmas dinner? Well, over the next three days, we will bringing you recipes from some of our favorite local chefs. But these don’t come from their restaurants. Instead, these are recipes for family traditions. The first comes from the White Buffalo Club‘s chef Will Gahagan. “My […]

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