Restaurants & Chefs

Chef Extravaganza at The Next Page

The Next Page in Frisco, Colorado hosted a spectacular Ski Town Soups-inspired book signing and soup tasting event on Friday, December 7!

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Cafe Regis: Soup and Salad Days

Recently, Café Regis in Red Lodge, MT reintroduced an old annual favorite - by popular request and for a limited time, they will be open on Mondays from 11:00-1:30 for a feast of fresh salads and soups, along with homemade breads and pastries.

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Cafe Kandahar Trail-blazes to NYC

Café Kandahar Executive Chef and Owner Andy Blanton recently received an exceptional achievement – Chef Blanton was invited to cook at the James Beard House in New York City, the first Montana chef to be given an invitation.

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Freshies - in South Lake Tahoe - Hyped in the News

Freshies, one of the Ski Town Soups restaurants, was featured in the Lake Tahoe News.  Freshies is located around Heavenly in South Lake Tahoe, CA.  A long-time local favorite, Freshies is a small and intimate Hawaiian-inspired restaurant that blends spices, fresh ingredients, and fabulous servers and kitchen staff to bring customers a heartfelt and satisfying dining experience.

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High Praise for Green Goddess in Stowe, VT

It’s so affirming to see the restaurants that were voted into the Ski Town Soups cookbook getting such media hype!  Stowe’s very own Green Goddess Café, which will be featured in the cookbook, has received such high praise from its patrons, which is repeated in the Stowe Today article.

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Winning Restaurants: The Selection Process

Because of my passion for preparing soups, over the past 3 years I began sampling the best soups as my family and I traveled to Sun Valley, Jackson Hole, Mount Bachelor, Mount Hood, Whitefish Mountain., Big Sky, Moonlight Basin, Heavenly, Northstar-at-Tahoe, Park City, Vail, and Beaver Creek.  I believe what grew from these travel experiences was a perfectly balanced recipe for life, in my eyes: a ski town, a comfortable restaurant, and a yummy bowl of soup.

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