5 Idaho Fall Food Events You Don’t Want To Miss
This post written by guest blogger—Jessica Wyman
Crisp fall days are among us! Fall is a time to nestle back indoors and prepare for the cold months ahead, but it’s natural to still want to spend time with friends and family to share in the creature comforts.
1. Robert Irvine Live Event at the Revolution Center
Food Network’s Chef, Robert Irvine from the show “Restaurant: Impossible” is LIVE at the Revolution Center on November 18th. What’s so exciting is that you have an opportunity to participate in a high energy show that has audience participation at the new venue in Garden City. This is one of 16 live events scheduled for this tour.
Check out the Facebook page for Robert Irvine event at the Revolution Center for more info.
2. Grand Opening of the Boise Whole Foods Market!
Whole Foods Market is opening in Boise, ID on November 14th. Doors open at 10:00 am, but activities start as early as 8:30 am. Don’t miss out on all the fun activities for a new national store in Boise.
Events include: Oatmeal breakfast benefiting the Idaho Food Bank, opening speeches, 50 local vendors on location with samples ranging from salsa, wine, pastries and bread. And, live music, pints of beer from 16 taps and wine. Don’t miss out on live music from the local bluegrass band, Reilly Coyote in the River Room. Wines on tap are made exclusively for Whole Foods Market by Cinder Wines, a local Idaho winery.
This class will teach you had to take a traditional Thanksgiving dinner up a notch. This class is more than just turkey talk and you will learn about sauces and other dishes too. Don’t miss an opportunity to spice up your Thanksgiving dinner after a class with Chef Bob Black. Class is in Post Falls, Idaho, November 19th, 5:30-8 pm at the Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center.
Hosted in the parking lot of Whole Foods on November 9th and presented by Boise Weekly, this local event happens once every month. Local food trucks come together in one location to feeding hungry visitors a variety of food truck specialties.
In fact, at past events, some of the trucks even sold out not anticipating the amount of visitors. This is an event you don’t want to miss. The trucks vary from month to month, but one thing is sure, you won’t leave hungry.
Fuel For The Soul offers cooking classes every month. They have a number of great classes lined up for November. In reviewing the class listing, it is too tough to pick just one to highlight, but I should mention a number of class listings are peppered with fun historical information. Tiziana Lancedelli and Joel B. Marx are passionate about offering classes for eating healthier at home and even better than eating out.
Know of any other great Idaho food events in your area? Share below foodies!
Jessica Wyman is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Yoga Instructor who has a passion for teaching others how to create a fulfilling life abundant in health, happiness and well being. As a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Jessica’s philosophy isn’t just about eating well; it’s about living well, living your best life!
Jessica is also the author of Girlfriends Organic Kitchen that was just released on November 1st. You can find her cookbook on Amazon.com. For free expert advice, follow Jessica’s health blog www.jessicawymanwellness.com!