January 2016

Found 4 blog entries for January 2016.


Are you in a restaurant rut? Do you tend to visit tried and true eateries but want to get out of your foodie box? The Treasure Valley’s restaurant scene is diverse and eclectic. Before you make your next decision on where you’re going to nosh next, consider one of these suggestions:

Rotary Sushi 

Don’t let the name fool you. This isn’t your Grandma’s sushi place. Rotary boasts fresh, made-to-order sushi with a twist. Try ordering the chef’s sashimi deluxe plate – a blend of mouthwatering fresh salmon, tuna, and octopus. Presented with a martini glass filled with smoking dry ice and a blinking colored light, you’ll likely never forget this unique dining experience.

Boise’s Best Bakery 

The amazing backstory behind this bakery is that

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The task of choosing the perfect kitchen or remodeling the kitchen that you already have can be daunting. How do you know what colors you should pick, what countertops will be in style in the next decade and what kind of cabinets potential buyers will like if you decide to sell in the future?

In 2013, Forbes interviewed John Petrie, the president-elect of the National Kitchen and Bath Association and owner of MH Custom Cabinetry in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, for his take on the longevity of current kitchen remodeling trends. Some trends on his list may be surprising to you: he recommends avoiding farmhouse sinks ("In 2011 and 2012, everybody wanted an apron-front kitchen sink. This year, we haven’t done a single one."), and pot racks or range

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Boise enjoys four very distinct seasons – a snow-filled winter, a beautiful fragrant spring, a warm summer, and a cool fall resulting in trees bursting with a mixture of glorious colors. There’s something to do during every month of the year and winter is no exception. Even when Mother Nature decides not to bring snow to the Treasure Valley, residents have many options for recreation within 100 miles of the valley during the winter months.

In Horseshoe Bend, 27 miles from Boise and 26 minutes from Eagle, Idahoans can enjoy riding on the Thunder Mountain Line, a train that leisurely graces through the rolling hills north of Boise, serving hot drinks and dinner to its guests. The railroad was built in 1913 and was used to transport freight, mail, and

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