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Thursday, December 11,2014
Everything you thought you knew about fat is wrong
With the salad days of summer behind us and dark, cold days approaching, fat is in season. The holidays, and the accompanying onslaught of rich feasts, present a timely opportunity to think about fat, and there is much to consider these days.
Thursday, December 4,2014
Serving up sustainability in restaurants actually saves money
At New York’s Otto pizzeria, he’s added meatless Mondays and incorporated lessresource-intensive vegan and vegetarian items into the menu; he’s nixed bottled water service in favor of a house system and reusable glass bottles; food delivery is done...
Wednesday, November 26,2014
Grocery stores want voters to let them sell full-strength beer and wine, but is that really a good idea?
There is a fight brewing that could become one of the biggest ballot issues in 2016.†
After failing five times to get legislative approval for sales of full-strength beer and wine in the last
Thursday, November 20,2014
Her job: testing how mussels in this idyllic bay, home to the nation’s largest harvester of mussels, are affected by changing ocean conditions, especially warmer and more acidic waters. It’s a question critical to the future of mussel farmers in the region.
Thursday, November 13,2014
Gain that warm winter weight at a discount with Boulder Restaurant Week
From Friday, Nov. 14 to Sunday, Nov. 22, more than 50 restaurants in Boulder County are offering specially-prepared and discounted prix fixe three-course menus.
Thursday, November 6,2014
Boulder Fruit Rescue brings in a bountiful harvest
On every street there seems to be at least one tree laden with branches bowed down with ripening fruit. Sauces, cider, pies and cobblers — it’s been hard for homeowners to use them all and many, overwhelmed with the volume, simply haven’t been able to organize their harvest.
Thursday, October 30,2014
How many degrees away from Farmer Kevin did you source your bacon?
For many growers, the term “local” varies by commodity. “The things we grow are heavy,” reminds Stephen Koontz, professor of Agriculture and Resource Economics at Colorado State University. While selling locally may ease some of the burden of transport, it’s not alway possible for some items.
Thursday, October 23,2014
BVSD’s first annual Harvest Festival seeded through a USDA grant
One year ago, the Boulder Valley School District learned it would be receiving almost $100,000 in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help support Farm to School initiatives that connect the schools to local farmers.
Thursday, October 16,2014
Where is downtown’s dining scene heading?
The place downtown Boulderīs changes are perhaps most evident to the average person is downtown restaurants.
Thursday, October 9,2014
The Flatirons Food Film Festival returns for a sophomore year
Back for a second year, and sporting a new name, Flatirons Food Film Festival looks to expand the palate even more. Once again, five movies will be screened (Craft, Trattoria, Seeds of Time, Growing Cities, El Somni).