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press & pony

For the fall 2016 edition of Edible Idaho, I popped in to check out the handcrafted sodas and tonics at this carefully tucked away drinking spot in downtown Boise. Inside the Adelmann Building in Boise, through the wooden double doors on Idaho Street, it’s not...

spiralized potatoes with fried rosemary

Is it breakfast? Or is it a side dish? My husband and I can't seem to agree. I think this recipe for Spiralized Potatoes with Fried Rosemary seems more like a dressed up hash browns. He thinks it would be the perfect accompaniment to something meaty. What we can agree...

redesigning garden city

For the Summer 2016 edition of Edible Idaho I paired up with Scott Ki to write this article on the changing scene of Garden City. Redesigning Garden City Artisans blend drinks and design in urban environment By Scott Ki and Linda Whittig Photos by Gabriel Border In...

strawberry fruit leather

Growing up my mom was the kind of mom that rationed the sugar. I studied the ingredient statements on boxes in the cereal aisle at the grocery store with serious determination as I was only allowed ones whose first ingredient was not sugar. This is harder than it...

smoked cream ice cream + candied bacon + pecans

This was originally posted on August 11, 2012 but I've updated it a bit and also added new photography. Enjoy! I have yet to find anything that isn't better with bacon. I'm not saying it's not out there but it's seeming doubtful. I tried testing the theory by making...

toast with lemon ricotta and fruit

Now this is my kind of late summer breakfast. You know the time of year – when all the markets are full of fuzzy peaches and dark purple plums. The kind of fruit that was picked ripe because it was grown locally. The kind of ripeness you can smell half an aisle away....

indulge boise food tours

Although my first visit to New York City was a whirlwind work trip, my most awesome client knew I love food and wanted to give me at least a tiny taste of what the city had to offer. To do this, she signed us up for a culinary walking tour of Chelsea. Over the course...

grilled green beans & peaches with mint

This blog was originally posted on July 24, 2013, but I updated it with a couple recipe tweaks as well as some new photography. Enjoy!  It's been a hot one in Boise this summer. Days upon days of triple digit heat and as much as I love to cook, that love is trumped by...

teff rosemary nut crackers

There's these really fancy crackers – I won't mention their name but they tempt me in the aisles of Whole Foods. The palette of jewel tones representing the different flavors. The nuts and seeds and dried fruits peeking at me through the cellophane window. Hanging...

watermelon with yogurt & fried rosemary

Every season has tastes that define it but none more so than summer. Red tomatoes and basil picked from the backyard; peaches so ripe that juice drips off my chin and fingers when I eat them; and nothing beats really cold, crisp watermelon on a hot day. I start buying...

albertsons grocery delivery

No wonder summertime is the darling of the seasons. It’s warmer, it’s light later and it seems like it is decidedly more fun. For me, that means gardening until way past my bedtime, riding bikes, swimming and cooking out with friends. Frankly, sometimes it’s hard to...

national night out in the SNOW block

The creation of the SNOW Block has done wonders in helping our neighbors get to know each other. One thing I hear over and over from people visiting the project is how they wish they could do something similar in their neighborhood. Well, for one night a year, it's...