<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - TidBites]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Ultimate dinner for beer geeks]]> Chef Ian Clark, of Centro Latin Kitchen and Refreshment Palace, has been chosen as one of five chefs in the nation to create low-carb recipes for Atkins consumers. As the Latin-cuisine expert, he created 10 recipes featured on the Atkins%uFFFD website. Clark helped open Centro in 2007, and brings many of the Centro flavors to his Atkins menu.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Paint a pint]]> Glance at the mural-covered walls at Twisted Pine Brewery and you’ll see the Boulder brewery is into art as well as beer.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Oct. 1, 2015]]> The schedule of films features movies that document a wide array of the food world, with topics such as fermented foods, Jewish delis, Chinese- American cuisine, Sicilian fare and more. There’s also going to be talks and dinners provided by some of the biggest names in the Boulder and national food scene.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Oct. 8, 2015]]> According to the society, Pumpkin Pie Days was actually started in 1899 by the Longmont Driving Association. Horse races at what is now Roosevelt Park drew crowds to the event, while the “women of Longmont” baked more than 5,000 pies for attendees.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of May 30, 2013]]> A Boulder restaurant is inviting you to drink for free with your best friend.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of October 31, 2013]]> Hosted by Wine Country International Magazine, the five-day festival will feature several food and wine events with internationally known chefs and wineries, detailed on the festival’s website.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Sept. 24, 2015]]> About 50 local distillers will be on hand at the event, which is the kickoff night of the NoCo Mini Maker Faire, which celebrates ingenuity in the maker movement. Some participating distilleries include Dancing Pines, Peak Spirits, J&L Distilling Company, Laws Whiskey House and many more.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Earth Balance launches new products]]> Niwot’s Earth Balance, a line of all-natural buttery spreads, shortenings, nut butters and soymilk, has introduced Organic Coconut Spread and MindfulMayo Dressing and Sandwich Spread nationwide. The Organic Coconut Spread will be available exclusively at Whole Foods Market.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of August 21, 2014]]> Kegs will be tapped at noon with 12-ounce pours selling for $5.25 and growlers going for $14. And as if this wasn’t enough fun, there’s a food pairing contest — attendees may bring a homemade dish to pair with the Jalapeno Cream Ale. Bartenders must receive dishes by 5 p.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of October 10, 2013]]> It’s time to answer the paramount question: Who makes the best hummus in Boulder?]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of August 6, 2015]]> Ten coffee and tea shops in Boulder will participate in the event on Saturday, Aug. 8. Participating shops include Ozo Coffee Roasters, Buchanan’s Coffee Pub, The Coffee Ride, The Cup, Innisfree Poetry Bookstore and Cafe, Pekoe Sip House, Trident Booksellers and Café and The Unseen Bean.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of January 23, 2014]]> each) paired with a food taster to match,” said a press release. “There will also be a presenter and a discussion at each meeting. Over time, if there’s interest, other activities such as beer dinners, brewery tours or outdoor activities like bike rides paired with brewery stops, will be developed.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Prospect Eats again]]> Prospect Eats, a burgeoning weekly food-truck gathering in south Longmont, kicked off its 2013 season on Monday, April 29, with a crowd of about 800 showing up to partake in cuisine, live music and community interaction.]]> <![CDATA[TIDBITES | Mother’s Day brunch at the Boulderado]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of August 22, 2013]]> Left Hand Brewing Company has announced the release of its Oktoberfest Märzen Lager, brewed “true to style” as a German lager, a Left Hand press release says. The 6.6 ABV beer is brewed with Munich and Pilsner malts and is brewed starting in late spring, as lager brewing typically takes longer than ale brewing.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of August 28, 2014]]> According to a press release (and the giant signs in its windows), Lyfe Kitchen is “a restaurant whose focus is on dishes that are 600 calories or less and which uses local, natural and organic products.” Low-calorie and organic? In Boulder? Inconceivable!.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Pickled lemon]]> <![CDATA[Rock Bottom taps Fire Chief Ale]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of April 16, 2015]]> “As the temperatures begin to rise, so does our excitement for the annual Upslope Get Down music festival,” said Upslope Marketing Manager Katie Hill in a press release. “Year one was a huge success and we’re looking forward to making the second annual event bigger and better.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of July 9, 2015]]> Animals aside, the beer seems to be seriously interesting. Skeye is currently offering a pale ale, an IPA, a red ale and a porter. A pilsner is in the works and there are plans for more explorative brews in the near future.]]>