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  • Top Chefs

    "In culinary, this is the best job in the valley."
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  • Daniel Stanaway

    "I truly believe we can leave our world in a much better state than how we inherited it."
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  • Solar Tacos

    In Mexico, food vendors are whipping up tacos street-side with a little help from the sun.
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  • Empty Bowls

    It works like this: You fork (or spoon) over $10 and get to select a one-of-a-kind, hand-painted bowl, which you then fill with a soup of your choosing from local restaurants.
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  • Boise Holiday Parade

    On Saturday, Nov. 27, you can join your fellow floatlovers at the Boise Holiday Parade for a morning full of old-time quaintness.

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