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Take a look at some of the recommendations for seasonal beers from Billings breweries.This feature originally appeared in the October/November 2014 issue of Magic City Magazine.
After graduating second in his class from the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland, Ore., Fat Taco owner Mike Cotta was awarded a two-month, all-expense-paid executive training course in Oaxaca, Mexico.
“I guess you could say I’m a career foodie,” said Bill Jensen, who along with his fiancé, Cathy Pike, recently opened La Carrello. A graduate of culinary school and baker by trade, Jensen spent four years perfecting his wood-burning pizzas in Portland before moving to Billings.
“My mom and Nick’s mom were friends years ago and had a catering business together (French and Greek food.) So we’ve always been around food,” said Chris Capetanakis of herself and husband, Nick, owners of Jimmy's Greece Pit.
Street food has been a favorite in cities all over the world. In the U.S., food trucks today cook up a variety of international cuisine on wheels. Here is a sampling of five local food carts. Meet their chefs and enjoy a sampling of the delicious fares they serve.
Originally from Laos, Khanthaly Keutia and her husband, Sisavath, started serving traditional Laotian food in Billings in 1990.
“My mother is a great chef,” said Chili Time owner Anthony Padilla. “Everything I make is from family recipes I got from her.”
Living under our gorgeous Big Sky, we’re often the envy of the rest of the world. But here’s a little secret the rest of the world doesn’t know: under our expansive skies, we’ve also got a supply of small towns that are faceted gems of activities and adventure.