True Roots

Photo by Guy Hand.

It was practically a tropical paradise at Rice Family Farms. Though the March wind whipped at the walls of the greenhouse, a moist heat hung like a dewy blanket over rows of carrots, radishes and beets. One could even hear birds chirping.

Peeling back a layer of row cover, Lee Rice shook his head. “There might be flea beetles on these radishes,” Rice said. “Just a … Read More

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State & Lemp

Photo by Guy Hand

The young staff of State & Lemp has crowded around the honey-colored communal table that dominates their long, narrow dining room, forks in hand. Afternoon light streams in through a bank of frosted windows, glancing off glassware and cutlery, making the room sparkle. But today these six staff members are focused on a single white plate set in the center of that table. Today is the … Read More

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Summer Issue Launch Party!

You’re Invited!

Come mingle with our writers, advertisers and Edible Idaho South staff and enjoy local food and drink producers as we celebrate our first ever Launch Party for our summer issue.

Tuesday, May 27, 6-8 pm
at A’Tavola Cafe and Marketplace, 1515 W Grove St.

Space is limited so please RSVP on our event page!

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New York is an Edible Feast

Photo by Annie Fenn

Last week Annie Fenn, author of the blog “Jackson Hole Foodie“, traveled to NYC to attend Edible Institute—a two-day gathering of the local food movement’s thinkers, writers and producers. We wanted to share an excerpt from her experience of the event.

“Last week I traveled to New York City to attend Edible Institute—a two-day gathering of the local food movement’s thinkers, writers and producers. … Read More

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