Kurly Jo's That's a Wrap Opens on Overland 

And Mountain Brewers Beer Fest takes over Idaho Falls

Fill your belly with peaceful fare at a Farm to Fork dinner.

Guy Hand

Fill your belly with peaceful fare at a Farm to Fork dinner.

Watch out, Los Betos. There's another bambino-sized breakfast burrito on the block. Kelly Nichols opened Kurly Jo's That's a Wrap mid-March at 3940 Overland Road between Roosevelt and Latah streets.

"We do pretty much everything in tortillas, they're 12 ½-inch so they all come out to be at least a pound," said Nichols.

Breakfast wraps include the Pig Out, with eggs, hash browns and cheese; and the Eggs Benny, with ham, eggs and hollandaise.

And Nichols does more than breakfast.

"We have a full lunch menu, as well, where we do things like a Philly and a fajita to a Caesar, occasionally a turkey avocado, a French dip," said Nichols.

Kurly Jo's is open from 6:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday, and 7 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday. For more info, visit facebook.com/kurlyjosthatsawrap.

Moving from giant wraps to huge amounts of beer, the North American Brewers Association's 19th annual Mountain Brewers Beer Fest is taking over Sandy Downs in Idaho Falls Saturday, June 1, from noon to 5 p.m. Breweries represented include Idaho staples like Grand Teton, Laughing Dog, Payette, TableRock and Salmon River, along with regional faves like Utah's Uinta Brewing Company, Montana's Big Sky Brewing, Oregon's Ninkasi, and California's Stone Brewing Co.

The fest will draw approximately 6,500 attendees to sample hundreds of brews. There will also be a selection of food carts and live music. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the gate.

Before the beer fest, the North American Brewers Association will hand out its prestigious North American Beer Awards Friday, May 31. In 2012, the competition received more than 1,400 commercially produced entries and gave out gold, silver and bronze medallions in around 80 categories. For more info, visit northamericanbrewers.org.

Moving from mountain beers to field food, Peaceful Belly has announced its 2013 Farm to Fork dinners, featuring five-course meals with local wines, prepared by chef Abby Carlson. The dinners are served at Dry Creek Farm and cost $125 per person. Dates are Thursday, Aug. 22, and Saturday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m.; and Thursday, Sept. 19, Friday, Sept. 20, and Saturday, Sept. 21, at 6:30 p.m. For more info, visit peacefulbelly.com.

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