Cuisine

A brewery from another world

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Just across the Weld County line there is an outpost. It’s a little bit of Mos Eisley Cantina and a little bit of David...

The cure for retirement

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How a chef and a grower are bringing fine homegrown fare to a Boulder organic farm stand

Building a bar, one ingredient at a time

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A negroni, that simple classic of gin, vermouth and amaro, is still a negroni if you swap out the gin (though sometimes you add...

Tasting Colorado

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Depending on your tastes, there is a food and drink festival event every weekend (and many weekdays, too) from now through September and beyond.  After...

Our comeback summer

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We’ve missed it. All the sips, tastes and “yums.” Frankly, we missed “us.” We took for granted that every Colorado summer would be packed...

Savoring growth at Abbott & Wallace

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Cocktail menus can be a challenge for craft distilleries. There needs to be a balance between something delicious to entice customers through the doors...

Casian Seafood, a fig-mascarpone-port recipe and a Taste of Summer

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Many great tastes come to mind when we think of Asian cuisine, but sausage is seldom one of them. Over the years I’ve sampled...

A slice of home

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For cousins Waris Yousifi, 23, and Yousof Kohistani, 25, the Afghani flatbread noni is not optional at meals.   “It’s compulsory. You must have this...

First Sip boozes up a Boulder spring

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For 15 years, First Bite Boulder has been celebrating the county culinary scene with tasting menus and dining deals. Now, the organization is trying...

Ferncliff Food & Fuel, Bubu at Grange Hall, a Boulder summer...

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Ferncliff Food & Fuel  The highway between Nederland and Estes Park is a scenic joy, but not without its culinary attractions. On a recent mountain...

Over easy

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The Walnut Cafe was cooler than your average breakfast joint from the moment Dana Derischweiler bought it in 1986. It was also highly unlikely...

Beyond gummies

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Let’s not beat around the cannabis bush: We don’t eat edibles because they taste good. We’re not looking to appreciate the nuances of seasonal...