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Ironclad Cuisine

Posted on by Ken Neely / Comments Off on Ironclad Cuisine

Tradition Restored Story and Photos by Ken Neely “This is gonna take a while,” I mused after several minutes of scraping and chipping. I was working on a nasty buildup of carbonized food residue on a cast-iron muffin
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Our Muse

Posted on by Kevin McNeill / Comments Off on Our Muse

Inspiration for a Novel Kevin McNeill with David McNeill Photos Courtesy of Kevin McNeill It looks just like the high country around Alexandra.” That was how I described Idaho over the phone to my wife, Sheila, comparing it
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Keith

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The Worst and the Best By Chuck Trunks From the middle of an oversized fabric couch in his dimly lit living room in Boise, with each sneaker firmly wedged on the side of a heavy coffee table, Keith
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Homegrown

Posted on by Mary Rogers / Comments Off on Homegrown

Life Lessons from the Garden By Mary Rogers I grow plants for many reasons: to please my eye or to please my soul, to challenge the elements or to challenge my patience, for novelty or for nostalgia, but
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My Brown Skin

Posted on by Olivia Malmgren / Comments Off on My Brown Skin

In a White World By Olivia Malmgren Photos Courtesy of the Malmgren Family The author, a high school senior in Boise, wrote the following piece last fall for an English class assignment. It is published here with permission.
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On Old Hill Road

Posted on by Richard Mouser / Comments Off on On Old Hill Road

Endangered Family Farms Stick Together Story and Photos by Richard Mouser In 2005, my family made the decision to move away from the suburban neighborhoods of Eagle and buy an old home in the outskirts of Boise, on
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Gopher Hunt

Posted on by Kim Steinberg / Comments Off on Gopher Hunt

When the Exterminator Fails By Kim Steinberg The Boise moon was a quarter-orb of bright light in the southern midnight sky. Later it morphed into a cloud of daytime moon. My cream-colored golden doodles, Sammy and Nala, moaned
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