Nibbles

Open & Shuttered

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Dear Future Food History Researcher,  As the year 2020 arrived, we heard that Ralphie’s Bar and Grill, which only...

Doughnut enter

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Traditionally, after long and successful lives elsewhere in the U.S., doughnut shop chains come to Boulder County to die.

Goodbye and hello

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I am the keeper of Boulder’s eatery history. It’s ended up as my job by default because I’ve written about Boulder food since the late-1970s. I’m...

The Old Man and the Pizza

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It’s hard to miss Antonio Laudisio at the Boulder County Farmers’ Market where generations of customers have lined up for his smoky pizzas and Polenta...

20 food experiences for 2020

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Face it: If you are what you eat (and you cook and you order from Grubhub), then you are a yawn. Your...

Colorado’s greatest sandwiches

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Colorado is famous for a lot of great things. Sandwiches are just not one of them. In fact, our most famous sandwiches are somewhat...

Prime time

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In 1969, the hippies had invaded Boulder and Richard Nixon was president. Cell phones, the internet and the Paleo diet were decades in...

Adieu and Bonjour

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When one restaurant closes its doors, a new restaurant opens up in its place. That’s the way it’s been in Boulder County for decades,...

The launch of Longmont Restaurant Week

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There was a time when nobody thought about “dining” and “Longmont” in the same sentence. “When I was growing up, my parents always had...

Longmont’s Little Brooklyn

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According to Steve Podel, a real pastrami sandwich should be like the one on the table in front of me. The pastrami is quite juicy,...

A toast to toast

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This is my idea of the perfect a.m. trifecta. First, an exceptional cup of freshly made coffee that fits the mood: light and fruity or...

Favorite Nibbles

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Nobody expects to find doughnuts dished from an Airstream trailer by the railroad tracks in Boulder. Yet, there I was enjoying an...