Community Table

Time for change

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The lining most silver in 2020 is that the pandemic exposed inequity across society, and that clear-headed people are working to fix...

Time for tomatoes

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It’s almost September, which means tomatoes are turning red. All the heat in June and July did wonders for the tomato plants...

In season: Zucchini and yellow squash at Oxford Farms

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One of the joys of home gardening is being able to plant zucchini, yellow squash and the like. They’re easy to...

In season: Fairytale eggplants at Rocky Mountain Fresh

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We know that carrots, corn, tomatoes and a host of other crops taste better when they’re grown locally by caring farmers. Add...

In season: Corn at Munson Farms

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Sure, you can get green beans, tomatoes, honey, flowers, squashes and more produce from the Munson Farms stand at the corner of...

In season: Beets from Cure Organic Farm

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For the longest time, I couldn’t stand beets. Now, I wasn’t doing them any favors by derisively, skeptically throwing them into the...

From the field

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There will be a time when you’re wondering if it’s worth the effort. If scrubbing and peeling and cutting farm-fresh baby artichokes...

Uncork an experience

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In spring during normal years, Settembre Cellars Owners Blake and Tracy Eliasson would be passing out samples of their well-aged, single-varietal, Colorado-grown...

Return to service

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There was a reason for all the platitudes during the coronavirus-related shutdowns — “We’re all in this together,” “Together, apart,” etc. What...

The long road back

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Just when we think we’ve passed the worst of the commercial impacts of the coronavirus-related shutdowns, Walnut Restaurant Group, the owners of...

Rare company

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Natascha Hess was sitting in a restaurant with her husband, Steve, late one night several years ago. They were the only two...

Dining al fresco

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Well, this could be fun. On May 25, Gov. Jared Polis outlined the state’s rules for reopening restaurants; a...