Pass the compassion

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Stuffing happens

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Nibbles

Tempeh town

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Living in and around Boulder, we’ve had the opportunity to taste tons of tofu, loads of seitan, and oodles of vegetable-based meat...

Where the dumplings roam

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Without exaggeration I can honestly say I've never met a dumpling I didn't like, whether potstickers, pierogi, pelmeni, or chicken with dumplings....

Nightmare on Gourmet Street

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Chefs dressed in their whites and apron cut imposing figures as they glide through restaurant dining areas. They happily talk about complex...

The way of the loaf

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Brooklyn is a long way from Longmont, but it was exactly the right destination when Debbie Seaford and David Pitula sought a...

Enjoy going nude

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Small natural foods stores and co-ops have been an essential part of Boulder’s zeitgeist since the 1970s, when New Age Foods, Green...

The bite is back

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Raise your hand if you only eat or order regularly from the same six eateries. Be honest. Has that preferred restaurant list...

Cook here now

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Chile-cumin steam wafted up from the creamy broth, vegetables, and beef when I sat down to eat. My TV dinner—paired with toasted...

Once upon a Snarf

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Snarf’s was a different kind of Boulder sandwich place from the moment it opened in 1995. The odd restaurant shack on quiet...

Core values—Boulder’s unique apple corps IDs heirloom trees, harvests backyard fruit...

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If you haven’t noticed it yet in the heat and haze of our prolonged summer, Boulder’s apple trees are in their ninth...

A back-to-school pig’s tale

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It seems out of place, this beat-up old 1,500-pound concrete pig whose faded paint is gouged and pockmarked. Yet, this worn hog...

Labored days

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It had been ages since our water glasses were refilled. No one had taken our drink or appetizer orders yet. We...

Taste of the Week: Coors Field, Denver

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Visiting Coors Field for the first time in several years, I strolled past a large menu...