September, October, November
Photo by Jaci Goodman
Basque food across Northern Nevada is synonymous with everything we love about this state. All of my favorite memories of Basque restaurants revolve around two events: hunting trips and family vacations. We want to follow the food tradition of old Northern Nevada boardinghouses –– no frills and delicious, hearty meals that evoke a sense of community and togetherness.
Brian Elcano, co-owner of Louis’ Basque Corner in Reno
|4||FROM THE EDITOR|
Quick local bites.
Seasonal food-related happenings.
|20||FEELING THE STING
Uncovering the honeybee mystery.
|22||THE SWEET LIFE
Honey harvesters share their labors.
|24||FIELD AND STREAM
Bird hunters relish the season
A noble sport, lifestyle, and feast.
Creating your own craft beer.
Micro-malster plays with flavor and kick.
The Brew Crew gathers enthusiasts.
|44||MEET THE FARMER
GirlFarm embraces farming with a passion.
Cooking from the heart at Dish Cafe.
Rounding up Reno-Tahoe's Basque food tales.
|54||A TASTE OF SPAIN
Villa Basque Deli creates chorizo.
Tracking changes in Basque food history.
|60||PICK YOUR OWN
Fall's bounty right at your fingertips.
Time to harvest, plant, tend, and feast.
A Thanksgiving meal's evolution.
A tradition 30 years in the making.
|72||WHATS IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.
|75||EAT LOCAL GUIDE|
|96||THE LAST BITE|