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  • Modernist dinners in Boise? Absolutely: State & Lemp

    Chef Kris Komori of State & Lemp creates inventive and inspiring dishes are a story unto themselves. Originally from Portland, where he began his culinary career, he's made his mark in Boise as one of the area top chefs, mixing local micro foods, with modernist cooking techniques to wow diners.

Chef Kris Komori of State & Lemp creates inventive and inspiring dishes are a story unto themselves. Originally from Portland, where he began his culinary career, he's made his mark in Boise as one of the area top chefs, mixing local micro foods, with modernist cooking techniques to wow diners. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Chef Kris Komori of State & Lemp creates inventive and inspiring dishes are a story unto themselves. Originally from Portland, where he began his culinary career, he's made his mark in Boise as one of the area top chefs, mixing local micro foods, with modernist cooking techniques to wow diners. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Words & Deeds

Words & Deeds

Guitars, taco bars and beer in Boise and beyond.

Boise chef nominated for James Beard Award for second straight year

February 15, 2017 9:37 AM

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Michael Deeds is a columnist, blogger and drink/eat/play scribe for the Idaho Statesman. He also co-hosts “The Other Studio” music show at 8 p.m. Sundays on 94.9 FM The River.