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Know your brew: Session IPA

There is much to learn from movies. Take this exchange between Winston Churchill and King Edward VI in Darkest Hour concerning the Prime Minister’s...

Try this week: Korean fried chicken and waffles, and more

Korean Fried Chicken and Waffles What the Fork food truck, Mobile, Boulder County, whattheforkboulder.com Every day we thank our lucky stars for the Rayback Collective. Nowhere else...

Around the world in 800 dishes

Roy and Kat Brown had an interesting honeymoon. Instead of lounging on some exotic beach or viewing fine art in Europe’s storied museums, the...

Try this week: Eclairs, empanadas and more

Éclair Old Fashioned Bavarian Bakery, 613 Frontage Road, Longmont, 303-678-1014 In a world of cronuts and artisan cupcakes, the traditional ethnic bakery serves a vital purpose: providing...

The ethics of ‘ethnic’

Can you tell me which aisle has the Anglo foods?” I asked the clerk at a Boulder supermarket information desk. “I want to cook...

Coming to town: Left Hand’s Nitro Fest

Residents of the Centennial State certainly are lucky: 300 days of sunshine, romantic spring and falls, and more beer festivals than you can shake...

Try this week: Grapefruit and fennel dessert, Spicy Frenchman and more

Grapefruit and Fennel Emmerson, 1600 Pearl St., Suite 100, Boulder, emmersonrestaurant.com This week, Michelin released its always anticipated annual ranking of New York restaurants. Among the five...

Discover your roots

You wouldn’t know it now, but beets used to be bad. Several generations of Americans absolutely loathed beets. “I always avoid eating them,” Barack Obama,...

I’m a Garfinkel, you’re a Garfinkel

There are 10 of us total. Front of house and back,” says Dan Garfinkel, co-collaborator of Gunbarrel’s Finkel & Garf Brewing Company. He’s the...

New in brew: A stout worth saving

Most savvy beer drinkers will tell you the same thing: The fresher the better. While true for the vast majority of American lagers and...

Quest for queso

Chile con queso — we just call it “queso” — may be the perfect global comfort food. Everybody gets partial credit for the comforting...

Ollin Farms’ Mark Guttridge: Boulder County ag can save the planet

Now is an important time in agriculture. It’s been said, perhaps best by renowned food writer Mark Bittman, that to care about food now...
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