Story by Lex Nelson No one knows how the very first Basque pepper seeds arrived in Idaho from the Basque Country, that long-contested, culturally-rich region
Story by Kevin Huelsmann; Photography by Guy Hand Seed people always have seeds. The good ones stick around year after year; passed between researchers, friends
Story by Courtnie Dawson; Photography by Guy Hand and Courtnie Dawson As the global pandemic proves that our food chain is more complex than we
Story by Samantha Stetzer; Photography by Guy Hand Whether it’s a lesson we learn when our moms shuffle dollar bills into our palms for the
Story by Lex Nelson Janie Burns has raised grass-fed lamb in Idaho and Oregon for over three decades. Her Nampa home base, Meadowlark Farm, is
Story by Courtnie Dawson; Photography by Guy Hand The velcro-zip of a bottlecap. The quiet hiss of foam against glass. And finally, the inevitable sigh
Story and Photography by Lex Nelson Two years ago, Boise farmer Jessica Harrold of Hen & Hare Microfarm decided to give her CSA program a
Story by Carissa Wolf; Photography by Guy Hand Meetings with the mayor, statewide calls to action, petitions to the governor and highway district politics usually
Story and Videography by Guy Hand Writer Michael Pollan was not kind to the Idaho potato industry in his 2001 book The Botany of Desire.
Story and Videography by Guy Hand We woke up before dawn, grabbed our video gear from the motel and headed to a cattle ranch south
Story by Lex Nelson; Photography by Guy Hand When Governor Brad Little signed Idaho’s first stay-at-home order on March 25, the repercussions for local restaurants
By Courtnie Dawson Photos by Guy Hand The heavy smell of ink accompanies the squeak of a Sharpie as Kelly Knopp draws thick lines across
On Wednesday June 17th, we temporarily closed Bittercreek Alehouse and postponed the reopening of Diablo & Sons Saloon. We did not have any staff with
By Courtnie Dawson Photos by Guy Hand June 2020, Idaho Wine Month. The time of year when wine-lovers across the state visit their favorite vineyards
By Carissa Wolf Photos by Guy Hand The Covid-19 pandemic pushed a global pause button that shuttered businesses and stopped the world in its tracks.
Story and Photos by Courtnie Dawson The most significant impact of the pandemic on Woodland Empire Ale Craft in Boise has been the disconnection from
Many of your favorite Bittercreek Classics will be available, hot and ready in addition to Take & Bake meals, prepared meal kits, your favorite Bittercreek condiments, and a variety of to-go beverages.