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Summer Salts Recipe Series: Part 1

In the latest issue of our magazine, you will find the “Summer Salts” article, where we caught up with Vom Fass owner, Kim Weiss, to get the scoop on all things salt. What we discovered was that life exists beyond just kosher and sea salts, which inspired us to create a summer salt recipe series […]

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Homemade Huckleberry Milkshake

After years of being skunked, I finally found some huckleberries. And boy was it fun! I only sort of loosely went looking for them. I really just needed to go on a dog friendly hike and hadn’t been away from the quick ones near town in a while. I saw social media postings of others […]

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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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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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Farmers’ Market Favorites: Roast Chicken Night

This past week has been a refreshing reminder that yes, we in fact do live in the mountains. With three days of rain and 50 to 60 degree days I think affectionately back to summertime in Seattle, when even though it’s August, you still have to look at the weather report before planning anything outside. As a […]

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Lunch Improvisation

Growing up, my mom cooked every dinner. I never really saw her follow a recipe step-by-step. She would glance at one for casual guidelines, but she took pride in creating dishes that weren’t so by-the-book. She was definitely a creative cook. Thanks to my mom, I got the cooking bug. And like her, I’ll occasionally […]

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Summer Foodie Events: Wine Dinner

There are so many fun and tasty things that have happened this summer, and they’re not slowing down anytime soon. From wine dinners to champagne specials, and so much more, summer foodie events are sure to whet your whistle, and they always guarantee a fun, tasty time. The Four Seasons Resort and Residences is hosting […]

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It’s a Vacation. Eat What You Want, and Do What You Want.

My friend from high school recently visited me, so before she arrived I took a good look around my kitchen and decided I needed to drag my lazy ass to Albertson’s and buy some food. At that moment, my fridge contained the following: a bottle of salad dressing, mustard, tomatoes, lettuce and Coke Zero. My […]

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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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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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Dishing Magazine and Blog

Homemade Ricotta

I am in one of those phases in which I have been making lots of great food. Not to brag or anything, but I’ve just been inspired, and it’s been fun. This can be a phase. I happen to be into it right now and have been going out of my way to try new dishes […]

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Summer Picnic Recipe Series: Part 4

Our last and final summer picnic recipe to share with y’all is a hearty dish with lots of flavor. Created by Spur Restaurant and Bar’s chef Kevin Humphreys, the steak saltado is the savory star of a perfect summer picnic. This Wyoming steak recipe is served sliced and covered with a saltado sauce using roma tomatoes, […]

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DDD: Sidewinders and Pinky G’s Episodes

As you probably know, the town was abuzz recently when Guy Fieri and his Food Network television show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives came to Jackson to see how we like to cook and eat. He and his crew filmed six restaurants and a handful of dishes from each restaurant to see if they had what it takes […]

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Beat the Heat With Cool Treats and Sweets

Jackson’s beautiful weather and environment is reputable, but man it’s starting to get hot out there. It definitely doesn’t compare to the Georgia heat I grew up in, but it’s proving that our cool summer nights that we experienced last month are gone for at least a little while. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve definitely enjoyed […]

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