Idaho Lamb and Food Festivals | TheFencePost.com

Idaho Lamb and Food Festivals

Candy Moulton
Encampment, Wyo.

Dear Readers, I am cheating a bit this week due to recent crash of my computer, which has left me unable to access many of my files, and virtually none of my photos. I am working to resolve the issue and will have everything “back to normal,” or as normal as it gets at my house, very soon. In the meantime, here is some information about a new festival in Idaho.

The First Annual Sun Valley Harvest Festival, a celebration of Idaho’s spectacular culinary bounty and beautiful fall setting, will take place September 24-26 featuring regional sustainable foods, wines, spirits, and craft beers. There will be cooking demonstrations and presentations by local and guest chefs from around Idaho, an eco-culinary trade show, restaurant walk, chef’s dinners, Idaho beer tasting, a beer garden, and music.

Starting at noon on Friday, September 24, cooking demonstrations, the Harvest Market Place, the Harvest Tasting Room, and the Harvest Wine Cellar will all begin at Carol’s Dollar Mountain Lodge in Sun Valley. That evening a Harvest Restaurant Walk will take place in Ketchum, Id, where featuring 14 Ketchum restaurants offering a small taste of Idaho food and wine.

On September 25, the 32nd annual Baldy Hill Climb gets underway in Sun Valley, followed by more chef demonstrations, tastings and the Harvest Market at Carol’s Dollar Lodge. The Idaho Harvest Beer Garden opens at noon on Saturday at the new Ketchum City Plaza, specially covered in fresh green grass for the event. At 4 p.m. Tom Nickel of the Roosevelt Bar and Grill will host “Rubs, Sauces, and Marinades – Taking your Outdoor Grilling to a new level.. Then at 6 p.m. it’s the Idaho Martini and Caviar Party at Sego’s Restaurant.

Special Harvest Dinner specials and music options will be offered throughout the Wood River Valley all weekend. On Sunday, Sept. 26, local establishments will feature Harvest Brunch options.

Another activity in the region, involves the annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival, Oct. 8-10. And this year that event also will have several culinary activities thanks to the support of the American Lamb Board. There are workshops, the Art and Lamb Foodie Fest featuring lamb tastings prepared by some of Sun Valley’s finest chefs. The Foodie Fest will feature a local artist at each venue sharing their best sheep art and photographs. The schedule is as follows:

Recommended Stories For You

Dear Readers, I am cheating a bit this week due to recent crash of my computer, which has left me unable to access many of my files, and virtually none of my photos. I am working to resolve the issue and will have everything “back to normal,” or as normal as it gets at my house, very soon. In the meantime, here is some information about a new festival in Idaho.

The First Annual Sun Valley Harvest Festival, a celebration of Idaho’s spectacular culinary bounty and beautiful fall setting, will take place September 24-26 featuring regional sustainable foods, wines, spirits, and craft beers. There will be cooking demonstrations and presentations by local and guest chefs from around Idaho, an eco-culinary trade show, restaurant walk, chef’s dinners, Idaho beer tasting, a beer garden, and music.

Starting at noon on Friday, September 24, cooking demonstrations, the Harvest Market Place, the Harvest Tasting Room, and the Harvest Wine Cellar will all begin at Carol’s Dollar Mountain Lodge in Sun Valley. That evening a Harvest Restaurant Walk will take place in Ketchum, Id, where featuring 14 Ketchum restaurants offering a small taste of Idaho food and wine.

On September 25, the 32nd annual Baldy Hill Climb gets underway in Sun Valley, followed by more chef demonstrations, tastings and the Harvest Market at Carol’s Dollar Lodge. The Idaho Harvest Beer Garden opens at noon on Saturday at the new Ketchum City Plaza, specially covered in fresh green grass for the event. At 4 p.m. Tom Nickel of the Roosevelt Bar and Grill will host “Rubs, Sauces, and Marinades – Taking your Outdoor Grilling to a new level.. Then at 6 p.m. it’s the Idaho Martini and Caviar Party at Sego’s Restaurant.

Special Harvest Dinner specials and music options will be offered throughout the Wood River Valley all weekend. On Sunday, Sept. 26, local establishments will feature Harvest Brunch options.

Another activity in the region, involves the annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival, Oct. 8-10. And this year that event also will have several culinary activities thanks to the support of the American Lamb Board. There are workshops, the Art and Lamb Foodie Fest featuring lamb tastings prepared by some of Sun Valley’s finest chefs. The Foodie Fest will feature a local artist at each venue sharing their best sheep art and photographs. The schedule is as follows:

Dear Readers, I am cheating a bit this week due to recent crash of my computer, which has left me unable to access many of my files, and virtually none of my photos. I am working to resolve the issue and will have everything “back to normal,” or as normal as it gets at my house, very soon. In the meantime, here is some information about a new festival in Idaho.

The First Annual Sun Valley Harvest Festival, a celebration of Idaho’s spectacular culinary bounty and beautiful fall setting, will take place September 24-26 featuring regional sustainable foods, wines, spirits, and craft beers. There will be cooking demonstrations and presentations by local and guest chefs from around Idaho, an eco-culinary trade show, restaurant walk, chef’s dinners, Idaho beer tasting, a beer garden, and music.

Starting at noon on Friday, September 24, cooking demonstrations, the Harvest Market Place, the Harvest Tasting Room, and the Harvest Wine Cellar will all begin at Carol’s Dollar Mountain Lodge in Sun Valley. That evening a Harvest Restaurant Walk will take place in Ketchum, Id, where featuring 14 Ketchum restaurants offering a small taste of Idaho food and wine.

On September 25, the 32nd annual Baldy Hill Climb gets underway in Sun Valley, followed by more chef demonstrations, tastings and the Harvest Market at Carol’s Dollar Lodge. The Idaho Harvest Beer Garden opens at noon on Saturday at the new Ketchum City Plaza, specially covered in fresh green grass for the event. At 4 p.m. Tom Nickel of the Roosevelt Bar and Grill will host “Rubs, Sauces, and Marinades – Taking your Outdoor Grilling to a new level.. Then at 6 p.m. it’s the Idaho Martini and Caviar Party at Sego’s Restaurant.

Special Harvest Dinner specials and music options will be offered throughout the Wood River Valley all weekend. On Sunday, Sept. 26, local establishments will feature Harvest Brunch options.

Another activity in the region, involves the annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival, Oct. 8-10. And this year that event also will have several culinary activities thanks to the support of the American Lamb Board. There are workshops, the Art and Lamb Foodie Fest featuring lamb tastings prepared by some of Sun Valley’s finest chefs. The Foodie Fest will feature a local artist at each venue sharing their best sheep art and photographs. The schedule is as follows:

Dear Readers, I am cheating a bit this week due to recent crash of my computer, which has left me unable to access many of my files, and virtually none of my photos. I am working to resolve the issue and will have everything “back to normal,” or as normal as it gets at my house, very soon. In the meantime, here is some information about a new festival in Idaho.

The First Annual Sun Valley Harvest Festival, a celebration of Idaho’s spectacular culinary bounty and beautiful fall setting, will take place September 24-26 featuring regional sustainable foods, wines, spirits, and craft beers. There will be cooking demonstrations and presentations by local and guest chefs from around Idaho, an eco-culinary trade show, restaurant walk, chef’s dinners, Idaho beer tasting, a beer garden, and music.

Starting at noon on Friday, September 24, cooking demonstrations, the Harvest Market Place, the Harvest Tasting Room, and the Harvest Wine Cellar will all begin at Carol’s Dollar Mountain Lodge in Sun Valley. That evening a Harvest Restaurant Walk will take place in Ketchum, Id, where featuring 14 Ketchum restaurants offering a small taste of Idaho food and wine.

On September 25, the 32nd annual Baldy Hill Climb gets underway in Sun Valley, followed by more chef demonstrations, tastings and the Harvest Market at Carol’s Dollar Lodge. The Idaho Harvest Beer Garden opens at noon on Saturday at the new Ketchum City Plaza, specially covered in fresh green grass for the event. At 4 p.m. Tom Nickel of the Roosevelt Bar and Grill will host “Rubs, Sauces, and Marinades – Taking your Outdoor Grilling to a new level.. Then at 6 p.m. it’s the Idaho Martini and Caviar Party at Sego’s Restaurant.

Special Harvest Dinner specials and music options will be offered throughout the Wood River Valley all weekend. On Sunday, Sept. 26, local establishments will feature Harvest Brunch options.

Another activity in the region, involves the annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival, Oct. 8-10. And this year that event also will have several culinary activities thanks to the support of the American Lamb Board. There are workshops, the Art and Lamb Foodie Fest featuring lamb tastings prepared by some of Sun Valley’s finest chefs. The Foodie Fest will feature a local artist at each venue sharing their best sheep art and photographs. The schedule is as follows: