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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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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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Last Tastes of Summer

With the recent cool breeze in the air, and the changing of leaves, I guess fall is really here. But we’re not ready to say goodbye to summer just yet, because saying goodbye to summer means no more heirloom tomatoes, no more peaches, and no more summer drinks on porches. Acknowledging the fact that we […]

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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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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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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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Labor Day Specials

Labor Day is upon us, and even though I am working Monday (restaurants don’t celebrate Labor Day, unfortunately), there is still lots of fun to be had. Jackson is a great place to spend Labor Day. Whether you’re here on vacation, a summer transplant, or just here until you’re not anymore, I’m sure that everyone […]

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Tartare: It’s All the Craze

This past off season, I was lucky enough to travel to Europe for a much needed three week vacation. We (my boyfriend and I) traveled to Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, and last but not least, Prague, Czech Republic, our favorite place by far. Prague is such a special place. The best part about it was […]

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Summer Salts Recipe Series: Part 2

The second part of our summer salts recipe series highlights the Danish Smoked Salt. This is a pure sea salt from the Dead Sea which is cold-smoked over hickory wood, a traditional style prepared by the Vikings, which allows an intensive smoky taste. This salt is particularly good for grilled meats and fish, due to it’s nutty, […]

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Summertime Cocktails: Take Two

I am not going to lie. I am getting pretty sick of hearing about how summer is “almost over!!!?!” It seems like no matter where I am, it comes up almost as frequently as the possibility of snow in the forecast during the winter. I am 95 percent sure that I shouldn’t panic quite yet, […]

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Summer Desserts

Summertime means you don’t have to follow the rules. Sleeping in, eating two lunches, and trading dessert for dinner are all acceptable behaviors when in the midst of summer. Because we love summer so much, and this rain has us starting to think about fall, we want to keep sharing the best summer treats in hopes […]

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The Noodle Kitchen Is Open For Business

The newest restaurant to hit the Jackson food scene has opened. Joe Rice and his Blue Collar Restaurant Group have replaced Ignight Bar and Grille with The Noodle Kitchen, making it their sixth restaurant. Spokeswoman Nicole Rice said they came up with the concept to fill a void in Jackson. “There was a nitch for noodles,” she said. […]

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