The Forbidden Huckleberry
This cocktail is a prelude to spring. The name is due to grapefruit (''the forbidden fruit'') combined with Huckleberry vodka. 
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I discovered freekeh during a time in my cooking career when I was searching for new grains to work with. I love the roasted green wheat’s earthy, smoky flavor and ability to act like farro in a grain salad or like rice in risotto-type dishes. Here, I serve the toothsome grain in a late-summer salad with crisp green beans and chanterelles cooked in brandy and butter. The full-flavored huckleberry vinaigrette ties everything together with a hint of sweetness. (You can substitute blueberries if you can’t find huckleberries.) You will have leftover vinaigrette; use it to punch up everyday green salads or spoon it over grilled chicken or pork. — Adam SappingtonRecipes and Photos from HEARTLANDIA by Adam and Jackie Sappington. Copyright © 2015 by Adam Sappington and Jackie Sappington. Photography © 2015 by John Valls. Used by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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Le Bleu Glacier
If you're in the mood for a sweet cocktail, the Le Bleu Glacier is a the beverage to go to. Created by the staff at the Four Seasons Resort Jacksole Hole, the mixture of local huckleberries, sugar, vanilla, and vodka make for a beverage that can be enjoyed both in the summer and the winter months. The smoked cheddar garnish gives the drink a unique addition, taking it up one more notch.
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Don’t pay attention to the temperature! Grilling is the perfect year-round activity, especially when using a robust brew like Samuel Adams Boston Lager that has a rich malt and roast character; it’s the perfect beer to emphasize the wonderful flavors the food gets from being grilled. The balance between the malt and the hops and moderate alcohol level make it a flavorful and complex brew that is perfect for pairing with all kinds of food.  Experiment!  Enjoy!!
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Huckleberry Pie
Huckleberries are native to the northwestern United States and Canada, growing from Wyoming west to Alaska, Washington, and Oregon. The huckleberry has achieved something of a cult following in Montana and some communities even have huckleberry festivals every year where of course there is copious amounts of huckleberry pie! It's hard not to like this classic, beauty of a pie. Enjoy it with some freshly whipped cream on top for extra points!You can make this pie using store bought pie dough, pre-baked pie shells or just use this recipe and make your own perfect pie crust!
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