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Thursday, August 16,2012

Wake up and smell the coffee

Caffiene Crawl provides a pick-me-up on Boulders Pearl Street Sept. 8

By Michael Callahan
Safer than a pub crawl and more energetic than a wine tasting, next month Boulder will play host to an event sure to generate plenty of buzz among those in attendance. Just don’t plan on taking a nap afterwards.
Thursday, August 9,2012

No brown-bagging

Belly up to the bar and buffet your hunger pangs

By Michael Callahan
The best nutritional advice continues to advocate the importance of eating breakfast. Yet when the alarm clock goes off and we set about our work or exercise, it becomes easy to forget feeding the body. For Boulder residents peckish after a morning of activity on an empty stomach, there are plenty of options to fill up your energy reserves without starving your budget.
Thursday, August 2,2012

Fooled by food dyes

By Sarah Mosko
Perhaps you round out your child’s lunch with healthy-sounding extras like cereal bars, fruit roll-ups, mixed fruit cups and fruit drinks. Most of these products contain synthetic food dyes, and a single item might contain as many as four or five.
Thursday, July 26,2012

Ku Cha brings Chinese tea culture to Boulder

By Don Tartaglione
After Qin Liu and Rong Pan graduated from the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business they saw an opportunity in Boulder. One of the things they had trouble finding was a cup of quality Chinese tea. Seeing the opportunity among the plethora of local shops, in 2006 they decided it was time to open their own business: Ku Cha House of Tea.
Thursday, July 26,2012

Cultivating community

Stewardship of Dushanbe Teahouse inspires local restaurateurs

By Michael Callahan
On July 28-29 world travelers and local lovers of exotic tastes will once again descend upon the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse for the 2012 Rocky Mountain Tea Festival. Before gathering around in celebration of the humble leaf, it is appropriate to acknowledge the local duo intent on bringing foreign tastes from farm to table and back again at the landmark restaurant and throughout the county.
Thursday, July 19,2012

One fire, 15,000 bottles of wine to protect

By Don Tartaglione
When the Flagstaff Fire became a potential threat to the Flagstaff Restaurant the week of June 25, Boulder’s restaurant community and friends offered to help the co-owners, Don Monette and his sons Mark and Scott, relocate their award-winning wine collection.
Thursday, July 12,2012

Reaping the bounty of our state

Colorado food festivals invite locals to share the yield

By Michael Callahan
Boulder County residents are spoiled in that we don’t have to look far for fresh, sustainable foods. And as more foods from the burgeoning local scene pack farmers’ markets and fine dining establishments, curious consumers are not short on choices.
Thursday, July 5,2012

Taking a bite on the wild side

Strange cuisine from Colorado and abroad

By Don Tartaglione
Going out to eat can be an adventure, if it’s done right. We’ve evolved far enough that eating means more than gaining sustenance. That’s the reason the ambience of a restaurant is so important. Dining out is not just about the food. It’s about the feeling that surrounds you every time you step into a restaurant.
Thursday, June 28,2012

Let your taste buds blossom with flowery flavor

By Michael Callahan
We’ve all seen dill or chives added to a summer dip. Sage, rosemary and thyme enhanced meals long before Simon & Garfunkel made the troika a part of pop culture. And most everyone at one time or another has pushed around the broccoli and cauliflower on their plate in an attempt to appease the cook.
Thursday, June 21,2012

Slide on down

Tiny burgers have a major presence in Boulder

By Don Tartaglione
Could sliders be the perfect bar food? Perfect is a strong word, but sliders have a solid argument backing them up. Versatility, affordability and convenience all can be used to describe them and are reasons for their popularity in Boulder.