There’s an undeniable thrill when I see my name on articles in new publications. And you guys – I’m not going to lie. I’m absolutely thrilled to have contributed to the always-beautiful, thoughtful, and fun Jackson Hole Magazine.
Our mountain community holds a special place in my heart, and no matter where I roam, the Tetons will unequivocally be home. This place is magic. And getting to share it – in an authentic, non-superficial way – with other people makes me profoundly happy.
So, be sure to pick up a copy of the Summer 2020 edition of Jackson Hole Magazine! Look for my roundup of town’s best ethnic eats, and for Jackson’s slice of the booze-free beverage trend. Enjoy!
I make no secret of the fact that I am a fan of beer. I like to write about it, sure. But enjoying an icy pint is even better. Some of my favorites come from breweries within the community, to be sure.
This article was a tad tough to write. As I was submitting it, I was nearing the end of nine long months of growing my son. It was August, it was hot, and wow – I really, really wished that I could have enjoyed one of Rudy Borrego’s creative brews instead of just describing his work on the page. I did, however, really enjoy learning about how he approaches his job, and the development process behind the award-winning beer at Snake River Brewing.
Thankfully, my patience paid off. My son was born shortly thereafter, and you can bet my husband made sure there was a frosty six-pack of Jenny Lake Lager in the fridge for me. And almost as much of a highlight (but definitely not quite), is seeing my article in the pages of JH Style magazine.
Be sure to snag a copy – free on newsstands around Jackson Hole!
When you’re out and about in Jackson Hole, be sure to pick up a copy of the most recent edition of Dishing. In its pages, you’ll find my article about the history of the iconic local restaurant, The Bunnery.
I have deeply fond memories of the coffee cake as a young child, and adore the fact that it still tastes the same today! I had a wonderful time sipping coffee and chatting with the restaurant’s deeply delightful owner, Gerard. A warm, engaging Frenchman, he’s as passionate about fly fishing as he is about creating consistently fantastic food – well – we had more than enough to talk about.
And – as an added bonus – I am honored to be this edition’s featured contributor! So, pick up a copy and hear some of my thoughts on how the dining scene in the valley has changed over the past few decades.
Be sure to pick up a copy of Dishing Magazine’s latest summer edition – it’s on newsstands around Jackson now!
It’s full of great articles, and overflowing with inspiration for foodies of every type. This time, I had the unique opportunity to talk to some regional chefs about how they approach vegetarian fare, especially during summer months.
It was fascinating to glean insights from these culinary masters about crafting the perfect veggie-focused plate, and how to make it compete with more protein-focused dishes on a menu.
And let’s be honest – it made me extremely excited for farmer’s market season. Which, despite this dreary and chilly weather, really is right around the corner!