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Thursday, January 17,2013

Decode your food cues

By Sandra Gordon
What hidden meal messages are you expressing that your child is eating up? Here’s food for thought. Maybe some of these common refrains sound familiar.
Thursday, January 3,2013

Natural/organic grocer finally sprouts in Longmont

By Jefferson Dodge
It’s been a long time coming, but Longmont finally has its own large-scale natural/organic grocer.
Thursday, December 27,2012

Sunny days ahead

Mountain Sun intends to open new restaurant by early 2013

By Steve Weishampel
In winter’s darkest hour, a new Sun will rise. OK, that’s a little dramatic.
Thursday, December 20,2012

From board to bread

Former carpenter turned to his culinary roots for Longmont restaurant

By Jefferson Dodge
Art Maestas has the hands of a carpenter. But it’s the warm welcome in his eyes and smile that are most striking when you walk into his Longmont restaurant, the Santa Fe Coffee & Burrito Company.
Thursday, December 13,2012

Where are Boulder’s 24-hour eats?

By Alyssa Hurst
It’s 3 a.m., studying isn’t going well, and your eyes are starting to feel heavy. If you could just find a nearby place to grab a snack, drink some late-night caffeine and focus, all would not be lost. Unfortunately, you live in Boulder and the pickings are incredibly slim.
Friday, December 7,2012

Review: Left Hand's Fade to Black reps the Rockies

By Steve Weishampel
It’s about time that the vibrant beer scene in Colorado started claiming some beer as its own —not just beers’ names but the styles themselves.
Thursday, December 6,2012

Smartphone apps allow for 3G eating

Food-related smartphone applications aim to connect communities

By Adelina Shee
From banking to baking, there seems to be an app for every activity under the sun. Smartphone applications are available to more than half of cell phone holders in America, and 43 percent of cell phone users today have apps on their phone, according to a study from the Pew Internet Project.
Thursday, November 29,2012

Health risks unknown for nanoparticles in food

By Brita Belli
On the surface, nanoparticles seem to offer many potential benefits: By adding them to foods and food packaging, they can help deliver nutrients, act as thickening agents, enhance taste or flavor or ensure longer freshness of food.
Wednesday, November 21,2012

Local couple rolls up success

Boulder-based Veggie-Go’s founders focus on approachable, snack-able, GMO-free veggies

By Alyssa Hurst
Sweet potato pie might be hitting some holiday dinner tables in a very different form this year — and it’ll be chewier, but a lot healthier. It’s just one of the flavors of fruit and vegetable leather created by Boulder’s own John and Lisa McHugh.
Thursday, November 15,2012

A sud-and-curd marriage

Beer and cheese pairing turns out to be a match made in heaven

By Adelina Shee
We all know that cheese traditionally pairs well with wine. But as the dining scene continues to evolve, people are starting to explore different beverage options that complement this decadent food, and many have come to the conclusion that beer makes for a good partner as well.
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