What’s The Finger Steak? Three Idaho Transplants Take Tasting Tour

Like any adventure centering on fried food, this one starts at a posh restaurant in Boise where the head chef has twice been nominated for a James Beard Award , commonly referred to as the “Oscar of cooking.” I’m sitting at State and Lemp with two fellow finger steak neophytes who are also skilled cooks. We go around the table and discover none of us are from Idaho. I got here under a year ago from California. Sitting next to me at the big communal table in the restaurant is head chef Kris...

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