At the first Foodfort event of the Treefort festival, chef Bonnie Morales cooked a four-course feast for 100 lucky diners. How good was it? People literally screamed during the meal.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been eating a lot of cheese and noodles. Like, an amount of cheese and noodles that would only make sense if I was carbo-loading for the Tour de France.
And I did that so you could read about mac and cheese. You’re welcome.
I visited the Treasure Valley’s Indian buffets for the Idaho Statesman. You can read about it here.
Only after I gorged at five Indian restaurants in 48 hours did I understand what it means to sacrifice for your craft.
Fast-casual Mexican is like a good friend or a stain-removing pen—it’s always there when you need it.
There are healthier, tastier, and more interesting types of food. But nothing will ever support you in a moment of emotional difficulty like a warm $8 burrito.
One of the best things you can do for your quality of life is learn to appreciate the subtle beauty of fast-casual Mexican. And I’m here to help… with an authoritative ranking of the fast-casual Mexican food establishments in Boise.
(These rankings are based on the burrito at each place, the true measure of fast-casual Mexican.)
In case you missed it, here’s my review of State & Lemp for the Idaho Statesman.
Last year, I put thousands of pounds of food in my mouth. Let’s take a moment to reflect on the meals that were most important to me in 2018.
This was very tough to narrow down. There are several meals I feel bad leaving out. But I can’t spend any more time scrolling through pictures of food on my phone.
Here’s something I believe deeply:
There is no food more satisfying than rice and beans.Continue reading “Best Side Dishes in Boise? This Local Favorite Has a Case”
Boise doesn’t have enough ramen. We know it, and we suffer because of it.
Until the glory that is RamaPong opens, our options are dangerously few. (Ramen Sho in Meridian, Island Sushi and Ramen, Wildroot… where else?)
So in the meantime, I’ll be eating Ramen at Albertsons.
Eaters rejoice! From Friday, Oct. 26 to Sunday, Nov. 4, restaurants across downtown will be offering delicious and affordable prix fixe menus!
Dine Out Downtown Boise is a beautiful cooperation between the Downtown Boise Association and 29 downtown restaurants. They combine forces to create a brilliant ten days of eating. It’s the perfect way to kick off the holiday weight gain.