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Thursday, May 19,2011

Boulder celebrates American Craft Beer Week

Local breweries and restaurants hold special events

By Sara Kassabian
'With the excitement around craft beer, Boulder is very proud of the local breweries and the success that they've had, just being the producer of a product the people really love and enjoy,' says Andy Sparhawk of the Brewers Association. 'This week is a just a great way to recognize that and celebrate that.'
Thursday, May 12,2011

Italian nonnas' secret to cooking

By Renee Enna
'The generation that I was dealing with had endured a lot of poverty ... and two world wars,' Theroux said. 'So much of what these women do is nurture and love, but there also is that depth of coming through hard times. I wasn't expecting to find that, but I think it added to the richness of the experience.
Thursday, May 5,2011

A destination for mom's chocolate

By Jefferson Dodge
He and his business partner, Jennifer Spielman, met while working together at the National Center for Voice and Speech in Denver. They soon realized they shared a passion for cooking, and spent a couple of years experimenting with their creations before launching Black Star.
Thursday, April 28,2011

Ordering your food online in Boulder

By Trae Lewis
'I had some family friends who were running a similar website at Penn State called lionmenus.com,' he says. 'I thought they were doing a very good job, and I like their website design. However, I thought they lacked presence on campus, so I started Hungrybuffs.com'
Thursday, April 21,2011

The return of Alfalfa's

By Kaely Moore
Fifteen years after the acquisition, Retzloff and In an effort to maintain a sustainable philosophy, his partners Barney Feinblum, Hugo van Seenus and the market has incorporated more than 8,000 linear Jimmy Searcy have restored the Alfalfa's name...
Thursday, April 14,2011

Making room for mobile food trucks

By Chelsea Long
'We've been asking the city to allow us to operate, and to let us make friends instead of enemies,' Rossello says. 'I can speak for myself, and a few other food truck owners, and say that I don't want to put my Mexicanfood truck in front of a Mexican restaurant.'
Thursday, April 7,2011

Oak at Fourteenth keeps busy after fire

By Kaely Moore
Oak had only opened about four months prior. Redzikowski and his partners, Bryan Dayton and Annie Polk, worked on a large part of the development of the restaurant themselves. He had been looking forward to preparing a whole fresh pig that had come in that morning for a pig roast the following weekend.
Thursday, March 31,2011

A conscientious approach to coffee

By Chelsea Long
A certified organic and fair-trade roaster, Conscious Coffees has been providing coffee to Boulder companies for 15 years. Their single-origin coffees can be found at The Cup, Folsom Street Coffee House, Whole Foods, The Kitchen and Arugula, among others.
Thursday, March 24,2011

Tricks for getting the most nutrients out of your food

By Julie Deardorff
The way you prepare your food can be just as important as what food you eat. Is there any point in eating broccoli, for example, if you cook the life out of its natural carcinogen killers? On the other hand, some foods, such as tomatoes, may offer more benefits when they’re cooked. Fortunately, nutrition experts know a few tricks to help you get the most nutrients out of your food.
Thursday, March 17,2011

Frozen yogurt trend descends on Boulder

By Kaely Moore
Ripple isn't the first of its kind, and it won't be the last in Boulder. In a trend that seems to be sweeping in from the West Coast, self-serve frozen yogurt joints are gradually popping up around the city.
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