Community Table

Thanksgiving for losers

Some of my best Thanksgivings have been ones I’ve missed. This isn’t to say I’m a hater. I’m a hunter, and I have a...

Cup or cone

Bryce Licht never saw it coming. He had left Colorado, left CU, traveled around South America, moved to Los Angeles, then back to Boulder,...

Put a radish anywhere but salad

A radish sends mixed messages. They can look like something designed by Willy Wonka, but taste like mustard gas. In perhaps the...

A food perspective on the U.N.’s study on potential extinction of...

Another day, another devastating report about the impacts of humankind on the environment. After a three-year review of 15,000 research sources from...

Fun with truffles

The truffles you might eat at OAK at fourteenth this weekend, or that you might buy from Cured this month, or, if...

Picking favorites

As holiday talk builds to a festive pitch, and the cold darkness moves to embrace you, don’t sleep on pomegranate season. It’s...

You can’t outsmart Mother Nature

Next month, we’ll celebrate the Lafayette Peach Festival here in Boulder County. For those of you willing to take the drive, you can also...

Spices of the corn

When people say they like pumpkin spice-flavored foods, what they mean is they like pumpkin pie-flavored foods. The difference between spice and...

’Tis the season

I’d argue that autumn is a super season, at least when it comes to food and drink. What we eat and drink this time...

Something with which to eat berries and cream

Summer is a parade of fruits. First come the berries — the strawberries, blueberries and finally the raspberries — followed by the...

The pleasures of bitterness

When food isn’t salty enough, we add salt, or salty condiments like soy sauce, or salty foods like bacon. If we need...

The bitter barrier

It isn’t true what they say about cooking radicchio. Whatever it is that they say, it isn’t true. Few plants radiate as much beauty as...
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