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Trio’s Fava Bean Risotto

Dear Dishing, We enjoyed a wonderful family dinner at Trio An American Bistro to celebrate my son’s high school graduation. All of the food was fabulous, but the fava bean risotto was a favorite at our table! I would love the recipe,   Thanks so much, Debbie Sanford, Jackson, Wyoming     Trio An American […]

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Lucky’s Market to Take Over Whole Grocer Spot

Like the convenience of the Whole Grocer location? Like organic, locally grown food at low prices? You are in luck. Last week Bob Millsap announced that he would be opening a Lucky’s Market in that location after the Whole Grocer leaves that spot. “I am really exciting to bring good quality healthy food to Jackson […]

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The Yin to My Yang

Jackson Hole is comprised of an incredible list of attributes that make it undeniably special. Things such as access to pristine wilderness, a vibrant community, good eats and entertainment, and whatever else it is that makes this place special to each of us. That said, it is a hole and therefore has its limitations. Because […]

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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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Beyond Power Bars: Bacon Chocolate Rice Muffins

The first time I made these rice-based bacon muffins, I had my doubts about them. The batter was thin, and the ingredients were a tad unusual for a muffin. But I was intrigued by the savory and sweet combination of bacon and chocolate in a healthy muffin designed to feed elite cyclists while training. The […]

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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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Wine, Beer, Champagne; What More Could You Want?

If you’ve been to events around Jackson Hole, then you know we have some industry people who know how to entertain. With a slew of educated foodies, beer-braised brewers and wine connoisseurs, Jackson is the place to get all things food and drink. A new round of events is coming up that is sure to […]

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Battle of the Nacho

Après skiing is simply not complete without the requisite nachos, wings or slices of pizza shared among friends. Nachos are a particularly tasty treat for after a day of tearing it up on the slopes. The best part? Most nachos have vegetables on them, so really you’re not just gorging yourself before you limp back […]

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Generation Farms Needs Volunteers

Even though the snow is still lingering, the area’s farmers are already getting for summer. They’re securing CSA memberships, ordering seeds and enlisting volunteers to help with the farming. Generation Farms, run solely by Matthew Furney in Teton Valley, is looking for help — from daily to weekly laborers — as he enters his third […]

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Snake River Brewery’s First Ever Single Hop Series

If you haven’t been to Snake River Brewery in a while, you should definitely hop to it. The ever-so-loved local spot is known for producing various styles of beers, all with rotating, shared tap-time. And this time, they have done it again, and better than ever. What do I mean? Well, they have single-hoppedly presented […]

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Back Porch Soap Company Incorporates Local Foodie Ingredients

    Jackson is home to many wonderful things: The nation’s No. 1 ski town, stunning views of the Tetons and some of the best bison burgers and elk medallions I have ever tasted. But something that sets our little mountain town apart from others is the number of local artisans. From customized knives to […]

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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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Where to Find Ramen

Last summer I found myself watching “The Mind of a Chef” and dreaming about my next trip to a city where I could find ramen, like, real ramen, not the grocery store stuff that you can buy 10 for $1. Let’s face it: ramen has reached cult status. And while we still don’t have any […]

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Ignight Offers Primarily Gluten Free Menu

I really love eating sushi, but with a gluten free diet, I have to be very selective of what rolls to order. I have to be cautious of tempura and hidden sauces such as soy and teriyaki. Ignight Bar and Grill completely modified their menu to cater to foodies with restrictions. Not only do they […]

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