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Showing posts with label Wyoming. Show all posts

March 4, 2018

WYOMING - GRAND TETONS GASTRONOMY – SIGNAL MOUNTAIN LODGE’S PEAKS RESTAURANT SHOWCASES REGIONAL, TRADITIONAL CUISINE


GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING (March 2018) – The Peaks Restaurant at Signal Mountain Lodge—the only lodging on the shores of Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park—offers regionally inspired dishes that enhance visitors’ experience of the world-famous park. Prepared to showcase locally sourced meats, sustainable fish and produce, these dishes bring a taste of the Grand Tetons to life.

Erik Kimball, Food & Beverage Director for Signal Mountain Lodge, sources beef from Wyoming Ranches such as Lockhart Cattle Company and bread from Persephone Bakery, both located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Cheese comes from regional suppliers including Manwaring Cheese in Rigby, Idaho, while he procures seasonal produce from Robinson Family Farm & Ranch in Star Valley, Wyoming.

November 30, 2017

WYOMING - MAD RIVER BOAT TRIPS INTRODUCES FINE DINING TO ITS WHITEWATER RAFTING TRIPS DOWN THE WILD AND SCENIC SNAKE RIVER

Photo By: Heidi Haeusler (Mad River Boat Trips)

JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming (November 2017) – Top-rated river outfitter Mad River Boat Trips has elevated its highly rated whitewater river-rafting experience by bringing Executive Chef Ty Hess on board to prepare guests’ meals. Hess will prepare fresh, ingredient-driven and ever-changing menus at the tour company’s riverside dinner site, bringing 17 years of professional culinary experience working in world-class restaurants to the banks of Wild and Scenic Snake River. The 2018 season begins May 15.

Riverside buffet-style meals are part of Mad River’s whitewater rafting experiences down the Snake River, which will become the highlight of any trip to Jackson Hole. Professional, experienced river trip guides navigate rafters through the twists and turns of Snake River Canyon while pointing out flora, fauna, geology and aspects of the region’s history that make this area unique. Mad River Boat Trips offer runs through class II and III rapids, making them appropriate for guests ages six and older. Guests will grab their paddle and shoot the rapids with Mad River’s experienced and professional guides.