Taste of Montana
Wheat Montana: From Field to Table
Some of the best bread in Montana is coming the wheat fields that sit on high benches near three Forks. The saga of Wheat Montana Farm's evolution from family farm to flour mill and bakery begins with Dean and Dale Folkvord, the second and third generations of Folkvord family farmers from Helena. This father-and-son team founded their first joint business venture in Three Forks in 1978 when they purchased a farm that was plagued by degraded soil.
Spicing up the backyard grill
Summer weekends often mean having a backyard barbecue. You can have a delicious, grill-inspired meal ready in 45 minutes or less with these fun, flavorful recipe ideas. With mouthwatering grilled beef, high-quality ingredients like canned tomatoes and bold bursts of flavor from lime juice, chimichurri and barbecue sauces, your cookout menu is sure to be a memorable hit
Raising better beef: Rollins couple breeds unique cattle
A few winters ago when Connie Roberts and Ed Jonas were feeding their cattle in a winter blizzard, Ed looked up from his chores and said to Connie, “What are we doing this for?”
In the years since then, Roberts and Jonas — two ranch owners in Rollins — have been finding the answers to that question — namely, that they are proud to be raising low-fat, all-natural and low-cholesterol beef for the local community.
Dining in Paradise: great food in the Paradise Valley
BY SEABRING DAVIS
Montana is far from the cutting-edge restaurant scenes of New York, San Francisco or Paris. Yet just 80 miles north of Yellowstone National Park there is an unlikely banana belt of food and wine in an otherwise arid culinary climate. Linked by the Yellowstone River, four of Montana’s best eateries dot the landscape in Paradise Valley, Livingston and Big Timber.
Rainbow Ranch: Big Sky's secluded getaway
We step into the main lodge at Rainbow Ranch in Big Sky, and owner Patrick Hurd takes time out from his hosting duties to greet us. We enjoy martinis with a couple from Texas in front of the river rock fireplace, before Hurd seats us in the dining room. It’s elk medallions for me, prepared lean and rare with a rich sauce.
Breakfast at the Buffalo Cafe
Over the last nearly 20 years, Montana has seen tens of thousands of new residents.While the state has changed, some things like the Buffalo Cafe in Whitefish have remained institutions - places you can always count on, not just to order something off the menu you had 20 years ago, but maybe to see a ...
Bison and Beer: a unique approach
Across America bison and beer are staples at brewpubs. In Hamilton, Montana, Bitterroot Brewing Company owner Tony Wickham pours pints of his nut brown ale, a smoky porter, and IPAs with bison burgers, made with meat raised in the Flathead Valley, home of the National Bison Range, just to the north.
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