Top Articles from Cuisine
Thursday, December 6,2012
Food-related smartphone applications aim to connect communities
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
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
Boulder-based Veggie-Go’s founders focus on approachable, snack-able, GMO-free veggies
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
Beer and cheese pairing turns out to be a match made in heaven
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.
Thursday, November 8,2012
Once there was an agave farmer whose wife happened upon a rabbit that was acting rather strange. She saw him running madly to and from an agave plant, and after closer observation, she realized the rabbit was drinking a liquid that was dripping from the plant.
Thursday, November 1,2012
From the traditional glass growler to customizable clay-fired ones to newly developed stainless steel growlers, the options are plentiful, but when it comes to the Bräuler growler from The Zythos Project, its food-grade stainless steel body is not the only selling point.
Thursday, October 25,2012
Dishcrawl is Boulder’s latest culinary adventure
While Boulder’s infamous Halloween “Mall Crawl” was discontinued many years ago, the community is getting a different kind of “crawl,” one that is more about getting tasted than getting wasted.
Thursday, October 18,2012
As expected, the Napa Valley of beer represented well. Colorado breweries garnered 35 medals in this year’s competition. Here is a look at local businesses that have outshone their peers at the GABF.
Thursday, October 18,2012
David Accomazzo and Josh Minor were on a quest to find unique brewers at this year's Great American Beer Festival. Check out the video they came back with.
Monday, October 15,2012
Boulder Weekly was at Great American Beer Fest in Denver this past weekend. Check out some photos below.