Hops for days

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Cuisine

Try this week: Chicken Cordon Bleu Sandwich @ Snarf’s

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Oh, you know Snarf’s, one of Boulder County’s most prolific sandwich shops. But do you know about its “not on the menu”...

Try this week: Vegan Cajun Pasta @ Fresh Thymes Marketplace

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Been vegan for a while? Trying it out as a New Year’s resolution? Just hungry for some good plant-based food? Fresh Thymes...

Participating in Dry January?

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We spent a lot of time at home in 2020. Some of us spent that time exploring new hobbies, and now I’m...

Helping those who help

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When the pandemic hit and forced restaurants to shut down (and eventually open, but restrict diners), there were several programs that popped...

It’s a wonderful, er… tongue

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What I’m hoping for is that I’m George Bailey and COVID-19 is Clarence Odbody. When you write about food,...

Try this week: Vindaloo @ Curry ‘N’ Kebob

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Boulder County is filled with excellent restaurants tucked into nondescript strip malls. Boulder’s Curry ‘N’ Kebob is one of those restaurants. With...

Boulder goes to Washington, again

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When it’s come to advocating for change at the highest levels of government during this pandemic, the Boulder County food scene has...

Here we go a-wassailing

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Cider makers, after rapidly gaining a foothold in the alcoholic beverage market, are now starting to imbue their beverages with some interesting...

Restaurant-owned Nosh is a different delivery service

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Many of us ordered delivery from local restaurants this year, intending to support these establishments while they had limited or no seating...

Try this week: Lamb and beef meatball sandwich @ Blackbelly Market

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A meatball sub is only as good as the meatballs it’s made with. At Blackbelly — butchers and purveyors of artisan meats,...

Try this week: Smoking Gun @ Woodgrain Bagels

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Hot coffee and a Montreal-style bagel... not a bad way to start a winter morning. We stopped by Woodgrain Bagels one recent...

Colorado riesling is the truth

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Though 2020 continues to pose challenges for Colorado’s winemakers — from wildfires to frosts to tourism declines (see more in Feast, page...