Community Table

The best tomato ever

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At the farmers’ market this spring, I found myself gushing to a grower friend about dry-farmed tomatoes. Dry-farming is a practice that’s been popular...

Action-packed celeriac

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It’s a farmers’ market cliché that celeriac is good in soup. I hear it when folks inquire as to how to use this fragrant...

Family recipe

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Growing up, there was no greater treat in our family than a rainbow cookie from my Uncle Dom’s bakery. It was a half-dollar-sized sugar...

Wild swing

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In the Olympic sport of hammer throw, bulky men and women grip a handle, which is attached to a steel wire with a heavy...

From saddle to Sauternes

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Will Frischkorn saw much as a professional cyclist, churning at 30 mph through Europe and North America’s best culinary and historic destinations in a...

Three’s a pair?

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Gelato, cigars and peaches. What do those three things have in common? Boulder County, as it turns out. In the next two weekends, three food...

Kung fu cuisine

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Only in New York could this happen: Steve Redzikowski’s older brother goes off to join the Marines. He tells Steve, “You need a job, you’re...

A cut above

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You go into a conversation with a seamster prepared to talk about yarn. You go into a conversation with a preacher prepared to talk...

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 my...

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 will yield...

Longmont Food Rescue is saving plates

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Every community wastes food. Many just send it to the landfill. More evolved communities connect food suppliers with food banks, and cans of beans...

Handled with care

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In one small corner of the 100 acres in Longmont and Niwot that comprise Aspen Moon Farm, there is a tent made of a...