Southern Eatin’

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 Dehner

Nascar, grits, moonshine, and rednecks. All of these things I thought in my head when I first flew into Tennessee to see my grandmother. Landing at six in the morning, I was hungry.  But being my first time

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Talking Turkey

Raising turkeys is a precarious pursuit. No other food is so tightly tied to a single day of the year. While industrial bigwigs like Butterball can crank out billions of pounds of brine-injected birds each year, local, small-scale turkey farmers face unique challenges. As I learned on a scorching July day last summer, raising, processing and distributing local turkeys to Thanksgiving tables around the Treasure Valley gobbles up tons of

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My Succulent Adventure

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 Jack                      

Last year my family and I took a trip to northern India to experience the culture, religion, food, and lifestyle of the people living there. One of the first stops was on the outskirts of the city of

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Boise’s Cafe Vicino

Just across the parking lot from the Boise Coop, tucked away in a small series of storefronts, is perhaps the Treasure Valley’s most understated, yet consistently impressive restaurant. Café Vicino is the brainchild of chef/owner and longtime Boise restaurateur, Richard Langston and it seldom fails to please. 

“What kind of food is it?” Langston ponders. “For lack of a better term it’s Italian, but I think of it as more

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