One of the things that was most impressive about our Inka Trail trek was the quality of the food that we were served and the primitive conditions that it was prepared in. This off the beaten path gourmet experience led me to come up with the idea for a cooking show that would showcase justContinue reading “Beat This Bobby Flay: Inka Chef is my idea for the ultimate adventure cooking competition!”
The bar tender at the Trail’s End on Main street stood behind the array of microbrew taps like gambler appraising a block of old-school one-armed bandit slot machines looking for a winner. His first pull was a peach wheat beer from Meadowlark Brewery who proudly brews in Sidney. It won. The light, peach forward flavorContinue reading “Microbrew Bar Crawl Miles City Style”
Sweet potatoes are the secret weapon when it comes to cooking for guests who are athletically inclined. We’re not talking about the marshmallow covered yam dish that comes with Thanksgiving dinner, we’re talking about a flavorful and super healthy addition to my culinary arsenal that is higher in fiber and lower on the glycemic indexContinue reading “Sweet Potatoes for Athletes and Everyone”
Off the beaten path is exactly where Randa Holm and Aunt T’s Coffee Corner like to be. In a town full of drive through espresso catering to those passing through on Highway 2, Aunt T’s is a sanctuary for folks who yearn to slow down, sit down and be at piece with their caffeine consumption. Continue reading “Destination Coffee: Aunt T’s Coffee Corner in Libby”
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