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  • Barbacoa Brims with Bombast
  • Barbacoa Brims with Bombast

    Parkcenter's splashy eatery returns
      When my main course arrives, that hoary Madison Avenue mandate to "sell the sizzle, not the steak" is made utterly, sputteringly physical.
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  • Pollo Rey Fish Tacos
  • Pollo Rey Fish Tacos

      The crunch of the cabbage plays off the flakiness of the fish and the creamy sauce counters the dryness of a corn tortilla.
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  • Woodriver Cellars Cooks Up Gourmet Superbowl Treats

    Wednesday, Jan. 23
      Those in search of classy Super Bowl snacks are invited to join Owen's class Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the Eagle winery. Priced at $30 for wine club members and $35 for nonmembers, the class will take participants through the concoction of six different treats, tastes included, designed to pair with different wines offered by Woodriver Cellars.
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  • Solomo: A Regional Delight

      There are likely few carnivores around these parts who haven't consumed a Basque chorizo or two. But solomo, another porky Basque treat, is not quite as widely appreciated-which is a shame, because it's good eats.
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  • Duck Eggs Benedict at Le Cafe De Paris
  • Duck Eggs Benedict at Le Cafe De Paris

      Leave it to the French chefs at Le Cafe de Paris to restore eggs Benedict to the lofty heights from where it once commanded breakfast respect.
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  • Mai Thai Adds a Twist to the Izakaya Trend
  • Mai Thai Adds a Twist to the Izakaya Trend

    Sampling the new small plates fusion menu
      Often described as a Japanese version of tapas, izakaya dishes are small meals meant to be shared and ordered progressively as the whim strikes and drinks flow.
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  • Chili Cook-Off Brings the Heat to Idaho City

    Saturday, Feb. 16
      Contestants start cooking as early as 6 a.m. and panel judging begins at noon, which leaves plenty of time for hungry chili lovers to try all the offerings from the best chefs in the area. Cups for taste testing cost $3 and raffle tickets for killer prizes cost $5 each.
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  • Boise Samples Its Own Food Culture at Culinary Walkabout

    Thursday, May 16
      Thursday, May 16, from 6-9 p.m., $60 buys a ticket to one of Boise's premier culinary events, where local chefs from 20 restaurants around the Treasure Valley try to outdo each other for the benefit and delight of ticket holders, who sample items at dozens of kiosks.
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  • Sub Zero
  • Sub Zero

      The employees at Sub Zero are ice cream sorcerers.
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