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Ski Town Après Ski

Jennie Iverson

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  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Dimensions: 9.25" x 10.50"
  • ISBN: 978-0-9857290-3-5
  • Publication Date: 2015-01-01
  • Ski Town Group, Ltd.

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Ski Town Après Ski

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The Ski Town Après Ski cookbook showcases a blended passion for unique appetizers, handcrafted cocktails, skiing and traveling. This is a must-have souvenir for mountain enthusiasts features Lindsey Vonn’s favorite Après cocktail and dish. Like Ski Town Soups (the first cookbook in the Ski Town Group offering), Ski Town Après Ski is a beautiful, colorful rendition of over 60 North American world-class ski resorts, fun-loving restaurants, gourmet appetizers and revitalizing cocktails. Enjoy this cookbook of tantalizing small plates paired with distinctive libations that you can enjoy throughout the ski season, as well as during the rest of the year. Take note of the various eclectic flavor profiles with regional flair; many of the inspired recipes originate from fresh and locally-sourced ingredients, which are close to the chefs’ hearts and elevate the ski town cuisine. If you have spent time in a mountain village, you understand the celebration that occurs around the Après Ski culture.

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Jennie Iverson

Jennie Iverson is the author of the Ski Town Soups cookbook, featuring signature soups from world-class ski resorts. She lives in Vail, Colorado and travels with her family to ski resorts around the country. Her entire family savors days on the mountain. Not only does she love the snow, but she has a general adoration of winter! She’s totally enthusiastic about making soups, stews and chilies in cold weather, and relishing a cup or bowl in front of the fire with her family.

Because of this passion for preparing soups, she started a journey to hunt down the best soups as she traveled to Sun Valley, Jackson Hole, Mt. Bachelor, Mt. Hood, Whitefish Mtn., Big Sky, Moonlight Basin, Heavenly, Northstar-at-Tahoe, Park City, Vail, and Beaver Creek. What grew from these travel experiences was a perfectly balanced recipe for life: a ski town, a comfortable restaurant, and a yummy bowl of soup. What she also learned was, that although soup is typically meant to simmer, life is meant to boil. . . .

Jennie is also the author of Ski Town Après Ski. Jennie considers herself a gourmet in the kitchen, but more evidently a gourmand. To sample some of the best ski town creations, Jennie has traveled to Sun Valley, Jackson Hole, Mt Bachelor, Mt. Hood, Whitefish Mountain, Big Sky, Moonlight Basin, Heavenly, Northstar, Park City, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Buttermilk, Bretton Woods, Canyons, Deer Valley, Keystone, Killington, Mad River Glen, Sugarbush, Okemo, Smugglers’ Notch, Steamboat, Stowe, Stratton and Whiteface.

Jennie writes for the Vail Daily, and has judged the Lake Tahoe soup-cooking competition, launched the inaugural Park City Soup Crawl, appeared at The Cottage at Mirror Lake and Omni Mount Washington Resort, and has covered the Stowe Wine & Food Classic and Aspen’s Soup Skol. Jennie Iverson has quickly become a foremost expert on ski town cuisine.

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