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Thursday, April 25, 2024

Explore nature’s pantry: Foraging adventures with Mia Andler, ‘The Sierra Forager’

Foraging for food is an art and a skill that can be fun, healthy and educational. Foraging in Tahoe is easy if you know...

Wondrous wings: Savor the saucy splendor of summertime

Hot and spicy, barbecue, Korean-style or classic buffalo-style chicken wings are not just for game night. And they aren't just chicken, either — think...

Indulge in fresh delights at Tahoe’s vibrant 2023 farmers’ markets

Satisfy your craving for fresh, flavorful food at one of Tahoe’s eight regional farmers’ markets. Slow Food Lake Tahoe has postponed its farmers’ market;...

High elevation gardening: Challenging, but not impossible

Tahoe is buried under feet of snow and the ground is frozen, but small signs of spring are trying to burst forth. Gardening is...

Willow Esch: Supporting immunity through herbalism

The aroma of cinnamon, cardamom and orange peel is sweet, spicy, strong and rich. These particular spices and herbs evoke memories of holidays or...

How food labels cause confusion, waste

A friend called me the other day to ask if it was OK to eat the eggs in her fridge that were past their...

Simmering soup for chilly nights

Savory soup for a cold day warms the soul and tempts the tastebuds. Soup can be thin or thick, chunky or blended. It can...

Family dinner: Kid-friendly tacos

Crunchy or soft, corn or flour, regular- or street-sized, tacos are a delicious meal to serve to the family. With so many toppings to...

Join Community Garden

NTPUD is now accepting memberships to its Community Garden located at North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista. Memberships are open to residents for...

Power food for the backcountry

Tahoe is home to some of the most coveted backcountry skiing, and in the last decade, the sport has ballooned in popularity. Skinning up...