Food & Drink

Caracciolo, Kevin
From September to December, fresh wild game tends to dominate Bozeman-area dinner tables. Here’s a great recipe to spice up that bull elk your buddy brought out of the mountains. Read more >>
Warren, Becky
After a long, cold winter, when the sunshine finally outpaces the rain and snow, the people of Bozeman embrace the summer season en masse. Shirtless runners, grandmas in flip-flops, and barefoot kids spring up like wildflowers in an alpine meadow. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
We seem to do it every time: naively assume a measly Clif Bar will provide enough energy for a long day of climbing, hiking, etc. But by the time 10:30 rolls around, we're already scouring our packs for anything edible. Read more >>
Krueger, Ryan
If you like cooking outdoors but aren't exactly Bobby Flay when it comes to technique, then this book might help make your next blaze a little more enjoyable. Read more >>
Ruhland, Michael
Few things are as satisfying as cooking up fresh-caught trout in the springtime. The cold, clear water makes for some of the healthiest, tastiest trout you’ll find anywhere. Read more >>
Pogge, Drew
Jack Frost nipping at your nose? Frostbite nipping at your toes? Nothing beats back the cold like a Thermos full of hot, delicious liquid. Especially if it’s boozy. Read more >>
MacArthur, Don
Orem, Tina
In One Fish, Two Fish, Crawfish, Bluefish (Smithsonian Institution Press; $23) Smithsonian marine biologist Carole Baldwin and research assistant Julie Mounts have combined tasty recipes from the country's top chefs with enlightening and sometimes stunning information about the nature, o Read more >>
Folgert, Jere
Making your first batch of wine can be a satisfying and authentic experience, and there's no better time to try it than in early autumn, when berries and fruit all over southwest Montana are ripening in forests, roadsides, and backyard gardens. Read more >>
Stoll, Kelly
It’s that time of year again where we all put on insane amounts of clothing just to get the mail and wake up an hour early to start the car. Just call in sick and have a beer. Here’s the staff's quarterly list of favorite winter brews.Uncle Funkle Dunkel Read more >>
Stoll, Kelly
We're no strangers to booze here at Outside Bozeman magazine, and it shows. Now that it’s getting colder, we get to start using the "it's just to warm up" excuse to justify our debauchery. You can too, and here is a list of the staff's favorite fall brews to get you started... Read more >>
McCune, John
When matching wines for most dishes, I often look to the sauce or seasoning. Yeah, you can play it safe with the “white with fish and red with meat” routine, but that doesn’t always work, and it’s not always fun either. And fun is what it’s all about, right? Read more >>
Kuntz, Steve
When the farmers’ markets open in the spring, a bike ride out to Bogert Park or the fairgrounds for some morning air and conversation with friends is a favorite activity. Talented young musicians serenade the crowd with violins. Read more >>
Orem, Tina
There is a certain sickness involved in being a foodie. Read more >>
England, Mike
As dusk creeps down the southern flank of the Spanish Peaks, the gusty alpine wind subsides and a pervasive calm settles over Big Sky. The day’s pale blue sky has turned gray; light snowflakes begin to fill the air. They descend slowly, drifting toward the ground like tiny paratroopers. Read more >>
England, Mike
Sprinkle fish, whole or cut into strips, with lemon juice. Roll in flour seasoned with salt & black pepper. Prepare batter by combining 3/4 cup flour seasoned with 1/4 teaspoon salt & dash of black pepper. Pour in some beer & mix. Read more >>
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