The Mediterranean diet is popular, especially with women like you and me who have discovered it's pretty healthy and tasty overall. And this weekend at the Greek Food Festival, after a big fat Greek salad with olives and feta, we're saving room for the baklava.
What's with all the pickles? These little fat free and low-cal wonders are becoming a thing, and Idaho is on board with the trend. But a popsicle? There are several spots to get a dill pickle popsicle right now, and even more stores will add it this summer.
If you like spice, you could probably polish off an entire bag in one sitting without thinking twice, but before you dig in to some certain jalapeno chips, you might want to check to make sure they're not on the recall list.
This might be some extra incentive to grab the local produce at the Boise Farmers Market this spring. Strange winter weather around the US is impacting crops, and that means prices might be going up on the food that's trucked in from other places.
If your grocery bill is at least a hundred bucks every time you go to the store, soon you might be able to a whole lot more stuff with it. Two big grocery retailers in the Treasure Valley are slashing prices and that means good things for our tortilla chip and granola addictions.
After the winter we've had, spring picnic weather cannot come soon enough. So let's plan ahead and think about sunny and 75 and then the good weather will come more quickly. Surely that's how it works. It turns out, the best picnic spot in all of Idaho is right here around Boise.