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Byway Bites: Foodie Stops along the Thousand Springs Scenic Byway

One of the main highlights of the Thousand Springs Scenic Byway is, of course, Thousand Springs, just south of Hagerman. Thousand Springs is clearly visible from the byway. This pure, clean, oxygenated water bursts out of the canyon walls, representing the end of a journey of water that begins in the Craters of the Moon […]

Idaho Wines Love Chocolate

by Brenna Christison, Idaho Wine Commission Have you ever paired chocolate and wine? Wine and chocolate is an amazing dessert and a great way to end your evening. What could be sweeter on Valentine’s Day? I enjoy dark chocolate most with a bold red wine; it makes the two even more delicious! When pairing the […]

Sleigh Ride Dinners for Valentine’s Day

by Cathy Bourner, Idaho Tourism   If you’re wanting to impress that special someone with a memorable Valentine’s Day, what could be more romantic than a sleigh ride under a full moon with your beloved?  We looked around the state and found some sleigh ride and dinner combinations that will help you create just the […]

Autumn Ales—Boise’s Brewers Offer a Fine Arrangement of Beers and Food for the Fall Season

Posted by Andrew Mentzer. Woe is me. It’s shoulder season. I can’t ski yet and it’s far too cold to jump in the river. It only makes sense that this happens to be the finest time of year for seasonal beers and comfort grub at many Idaho brewpubs. While fall temps may have dropped, it’s […]

Harvest Idaho ~One Bite at a Time. October 2013 Foodie Events

On your mark, get set, go!   Let’s have some Fall Food Fun — in Idaho! October 4 Pend d’Oreille Winery , Sandpoint Live music with Ron Keiper.  Ron brings some of the best of jazz saxophone of both originals and covers. Concert is from 5 pm – 8pm. Idaho Wine Events Calendar October 5-6 Harvest Festival at […]

Haunted Happenings and Family Fun

October in Idaho is the time to relax after a busy summer, acclimate to cooler weather and best of all…Celebrate Fall!  When you see dry corn stalks standing in fields and huge bales of hay and straw strategically placed in open fields, you know it’s time to visit your favorite corn or straw bale maze!  […]

Trailing of the Sheep Festival – An Internationally Renowned Idaho Event

by guest blogger, Brett Wharton Thursday through Sunday, October 10-13, in Ketchum and Hailey, Idaho, the 17th annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival treats visitors to a nostalgic celebration of Idaho’s sheep ranchers. This September, USA Today featured the event on its national list, “10 Great Places for Fall Festivals.” MSN Travel went further, ranking […]

Football and Onions — the perfect pairing.

Idaho potatoes?  No question. Idaho dry peas and lentils?  Sure. Idaho trout?  Of course. Idaho onions?  You better believe it! Idaho and eastern Oregon is the United States’ top growing region for onions, producing 1,470 million pounds annually. And we’ve found a tasty way to celebrate this culinary staple. Beginning with the Boise State game […]

Harvest Idaho ~ One Bite at a Time. September 2013 Foodie Events

See. Hear. Taste. Smell and Touch.  Introduce your five senses to Idaho’s foodie event scene.  September 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27, 2013 Wednesday’s & Friday’s at Noon Paella on the Patio, Basque Market, Boise You don’t have to wait for a special occasion to enjoy a generous portion of delicious seafood, chicken and […]

Long Weekend Ahead!

Plan now to celebrate Labor Day in Idaho at these fun-filled events. Wagon Days in Ketchum August 30-September 1 Since 1958, Ketchum Wagon Days has celebrated the mining heritage of the Wood River Valley with four days of rollicking Old West entertainment including a rodeo, BBQs, live entertainment, antique shows, bareback rider demonstrations, kids carnival and […]