C&I charts the people, places, dishes, and gear that define Western eats. The tale of food in the West goes …
Alaska Day commemorates the 1867 transfer of the territory from Russia to the United States. These characters took the Wild West to the far north.
There’s no such thing as a carb-free diet in the West.
The chile has never had a better PR machine than it has in this culinary historian.
History and fine game meats share a table at Denver’s Buckhorn Exchange.
The International Dutch Oven Society began in the Rocky Mountains, but is now the largest and most productive group of black-pot enthusiasts in the world — with a mettle-testing cook-off to show for it.
Early ledger art portrays resistance and resilience on the frontier, while its contemporary pieces tell more modern stories with similar themes.
This Idaho treat isn’t your grandma’s sweet potato — or maybe it is.
If you’re a fan of authentic early ledger art and have a big budget, but don’t know where to start, here are two names to remember and research: Joseph No Two Horns and Frank Henderson.