Cuisine

Ready to grow

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With the start of the Boulder County Farmers Market delayed until May 2, and a massive curtailing of demand from restaurants, local...

Try this week: Black Cat dinner for two, drinks to-go

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Try this week: Black Cat Dinner for two, to-go It’s easy to be skeptical of good news nowadays, but...

Restaurants adapt amid coronavirus closures

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For a regularly updated list of restaurants now offering takeout and delivery in Boulder County, visit boulderweekly.com/cuisine/restaurant-listings/. Coronavirus,...

Pantry Treasure

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Late on a March evening — Friday the 13th — I went shopping at a Louisville supermarket for some necessities to make...

Know your brew: Water

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Water: it’s what puts the spring in Golden, the snatch in Burton and the sparkle in Pilsen. It’s the essential ingredient in any beer,...

Drink of the Week: Ska Brewing’s Malbec Stout

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Grape versus grain? Who cares, Ska Brewing has the best of both in one beverage: Malbec Stout. Brewed with both...

All the Boulder County restaurants now offering takeout/delivery during coronavirus shutdown

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Boulder Weekly and First Bite Boulder, Boulder's restaurant week, have compiled a list of places that have switched to or expanded takeout...

Community’s Chris Teigland on comfort food

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Community Chef Chris Teigland is easy-going. People notice. “Even at work people are like, ‘You’re never mad,’” Teigland says....

Dim sum delight

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She had me at “dumplings.”  I had poked my head into Formosa Bakery, recently opened at 1305 Broadway on...

Tour de brew: Collaboration Fest 2020

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Editor's note: In a statement issued on March 12, the Colorado Brewers Guild (CBG) has cancelled Collaboration Festival 2020 indefinitely: After careful...

Drink of the Week: Finkel & Garf Brewing Co.’s Dry Hopped...

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Breweries aren’t the only ones who get in on the collaboration game. Restaurants do too, and in Denver’s Washington Park district, Uncle has been...

Doughnut enter

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Traditionally, after long and successful lives elsewhere in the U.S., doughnut shop chains come to Boulder County to die.