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  • Bunny Buffet
  • Bunny Buffet

    Rabbit is a healthy and sustainable meat, so why are we averse to eating it?
      Rabbits are a cultural phenomenon. From the Easter Bunny to Thumper to Peter Rabbit to Bugs Bunny, rabbits are seen as cute and cuddly pets, not supper. Not that rabbits don't make excellent table fare.
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  • Acme Bakeshop
  • Acme Bakeshop

    New bakery is on the rise in Garden City
      With an oven and a recently acquired workspace in Garden City, Mike Runsvold is now able to produce enough bread to fulfill obligations with vendors like 10 Barrel Brewing Co., and to stock a weekly booth at the Boise Farmers Market.
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  • Backcountry Cuisine
  • Backcountry Cuisine

    Backpacking doesn't mean eating poorly
      "I am a converter, that's all. I take recipes from the kitchen out on the trail. Why buy that prepackaged stuff? ... My recipes can save you money and taste a heck of a lot better."
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  • The Kolbasz Kings
  • The Kolbasz Kings

    Local family makes Hungarian sausage from scratch
      "If you want to make a healthy sausage, don't make sausage. Sausage is about fat, and you don't eat large amounts of it. It's a treat."
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  • What the Teff?
  • What the Teff?

    An ancient grain takes hold in Southern Idaho.
      Carlson was the first person to introduce the idea of growing teff in the United States, around 1981, and now his Nampa-based Teff Company works with about 30 diversified farmers in Idaho who sell their grain to the domestic market for human consumption and livestock forage.
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  • City Proposes Urban Farming Recs
  • City Proposes Urban Farming Recs

      Recently, the City of Boise's Planning and Development Services formed an Urban Agriculture Committee to update city code to include specifications on urban farming, community gardens, beekeeping, poultry and livestock.
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  • The Fourth Annual Eagle Food and Wine Festival

      Banbury, Bardenay, Bella Aquila, Chef Tom Atkins, Cool Hand Luke's, The Porterhouse and River Rock Ale House will dish up the grub. Pair your plate with a wide range of wine varieties from local wineries 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards, Cold Springs Winery, Davis Creek Cellars, Periple, Syringa Winery, Vale Wine Company and Wood River Cellars.
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