notus garage cafe

I took a jaunt out to my old stomping grounds for this Edible Finds on the Garage Cafe in Notus for the spring edition of Edible Idaho.  If you find yourself cutting through the heart of Canyon County on Highway 20-26, wheel into the Garage Cafe in Notus. Aptly named...

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bonjour kale: a memoir of paris, love and recipes

Calling upon grade school skills, I wrote a book report for the spring edition of Edible Idaho. Find the recipe for Beddard's Water Tower Gimlet here.  Bonjour Kale is Kristen Beddard’s tale of her adventure recreating links to the comforts of her childhood while...

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snake river tea company

For the winter edition of Edible Idaho I discovered a tea shop I've passed a hundred times for the first time. Photos by Guy Hand. Some might think that tea comes in one variety – black. A bag extracted from a crispy white envelope and suspended in boiling water by a...

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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...

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the owyhee restaurant

For the spring 2016 edition of Edible Idaho I wrote an Idaho Finds article on The Owyhee Restaurant. There wasn't room to run any of the photos in the magazine so I'm happy to attach them here. Find an online edition of the entire magazine at this link. Kick the Can...

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kombucha

My third story in the 2015 Winter Edition of Edible Idaho explores the kombucha craze of the small batch, locally made variety as well as the national trend. Photos by the very talented Guy Hand as well as myself. Lightly Fizzy, Slightly Sour The kombucha craze shows...

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meet rebecca robison

For the Edible Idaho Winter 2015 edition, I sat down with food stylist, and friend, Rebecca Robison, to find out more about her interesting career. A special thanks to Matt McKain for the fabulous photos. If you’d like to see the complete online version of the...

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bittercreek’s charcuterie

For the Edible Idaho Winter 2015 edition, I explore the world of charcuterie at one of Boise's restaurants known for local cuisine. A special thanks to Guy Hand for the mouthwatering photo. Idaho Finds – Bittercreek's Charcuterie A pile of charcuterie books rests in a...

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edible reads – one hour cheese

Summer found me spending most of my time on the alley project, but I did managed to get a book review done for the fall 2015 edition of Edible Idaho.   One Hour Cheese by Claudia Lucero Making cheese at home can seem like an impossible task between the...

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nena FINE grant at work

The North End Neighborhood Association (NENA) – was the first place I started when looking for support for the SNOW Block Alley project. Not only did receiving one of their FINE (Funds to Improve the North End) Grants help me financially but it also gave me the...

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pull tabs, not corks

For the Edible Idaho Summer 2015 edition, I jump into the budding trend of putting wine in cans. A special thanks to Guy Hand for all the lovely photos. If you’d like to see the complete online version of the magazine, click here. The Strange Folks at Split Rail...

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breakfast with cocktails – brunch in boise, idaho

My second feature story in the Spring 2015 edition of Edible Idaho explores the exploding brunch scene in Boise, Idaho. All the beautiful photos were taken by Guy Hand. If you’d like to see the complete online version of the magazine, click here. Brunch is taking...

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