The rhythm of chopping, the aromas of cooking and the gentle prodding of an instructor can be heard in the distance. Hard at work in an industrial building on Boise’s Federal Way, trainees of Create Common Good are being taught about food preparation as part of a unique culinary education program. Behind the nondescript façade, refugees without resumes and with varying levels of English, learn the universal language of the
At Hailey’s Powerhouse Pub & Bike Fit Studio, bikes, food and beer go together so well, it’s hard to imagine one without the other. There’s certainly a basic connection between a great ride, a good meal and a cold brew. As owner Billy Olson explains with a smile, “The more you ride, the more you can eat and drink.” Flashy new and vintage bikes adorn the walls, bike parts glisten
Edible Idaho South is posting stories written by 8th graders at the Community School about an experience with food that has impacted their lives. Check back weekly for new posts!
By Grace Cherp
Preheat oven to 325 degrees…Grease a tube pan…Mix 3 cups of flour, ¼ teaspoon of baking soda and ½ teaspoon of salt…
Sweet smells waft through the house. The sugary scents lure you into the kitchen and
From the outside, Indian Creek Winery is a tiny Kuna Versailles, with sprawling swaths of short grass and neat rows of flowers shaded by leafy tree canopies. But inside the winemaking room, things take on a more unbuttoned charm. Paper lanterns scatter soft pink and purple light over rows of French oak barrels. In the corner an Elvis clock shakes its hips to the soft thump of The XX and