Community Table

Holy Cow

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Have you heard the legend of the only American bullfight? It was the summer of 1895. The town of Gillett, Colorado, about 10 miles south...

Fortunate ones

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When the thousand-year flood hit Boulder County in 2013, the Lyons Fork was not spared. Water gushed in through the back door and filled...

Tasting with your eyes

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Colin Barclay was done with restaurants. He’d taken his lifelong passion for cooking, gone to culinary school and worked his way to a kitchen...

From past to present

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Picture a tomahawk steak: a cut of marbled rib-eye beef bigger than your hand and thicker than your wrist with a white bone scraped...

Got scoby?

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In other communities, one might knock on a neighbor’s door to borrow some butter or sugar. Maybe some milk. But in Boulder County, you’re...

Change a-brewing

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I’m staring at a giant pink map of the world plastered onto the wall at Gunbarrel’s Ampersand Coffee Roasters. I’ve always been drawn to...

Goats don’t use Twitter

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As an infant, Kallie Beebe was weaned on goat’s milk. Her parents would have to research places that sold goat’s milk when they went...

The uncommon tale of Cellar West’s uncommon beer

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Zach Nichols lives on the edge. He dumped his shares in a successful and popular microbrewery and used the money to open a funky,...

Que será, será

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Boulder’s Il Pastaio — “the pasta maker” in Italian — has everything you could want in a red sauce joint: homemade long and short...

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...

The Odd Couple

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Alastair Brogan calls them an odd couple — he, a hulking Scotsman in a purple polo shirt with the bow of a ship for...

Bobby Stuckey runs

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Ahead of him was a week in Northeast Italy. Bobby Stuckey and Frasca chef and co-owner Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson would leave the Tuesday after Thanksgiving....