Cuisine

A top Ten

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Having recently spent the last several weeks catching up on Mad Men, I was craving a decadent lunch with a touch of the old school...

Prime time to pick a peck of peppers

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 The time is ripe to pick up a peck of peppers...

Step away from the buffet

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As part of my ongoing efforts to craft a taxonomy for Chinese restaurants, I recently realized there are two main angles to categorizing these eateries. The first is assessing the formality and pricing of the place, ranging from the come-one-come-all budget dive to ...

Please pass the salt

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To some, the label “reduced sodium” may as well say “reduced satisfaction.” Those people are genetically geared to seek out that salty taste because it offsets other unpleasant flavors they find in food, according to a recent study by Pennsylvania State University’s ...

100% tasty and cheap

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100% Mexicano, which has been open a little more than a month, is the latest local eatery to deliver an authentic “south of the border” street food experience...

Crafty solutions for parents of picky eaters

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Tanya Wenman Steel gets the whole feeding-children-is-a-challenge thing...

Belgium, bikes and burgers

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Blending the disparate elements of cycling, Belgian gastronomy and burgers, Rueben’s Burger Bistro is a recent, if not risktaking, addition to the downtown Boulder dining scene. This space’s interior harkens back to its two-wheeled heritage, with a depiction of ...

Eat local this week

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Celebrate our food and farming culture...

Jet over to Espressoria

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Two disparate thoughts run through one’s mind when assessing Jet’s Espressoria, a thoroughly welcoming Boulder spot on east Pearl Street. The first is a line from the film The Moderns, in which art forger Nick Hart muses, “It’s easier to change your mind than your ...

Tracing Boulder’s natural-food roots to a Carnival

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Editor’s note: The following is a recollection of one of Boulder’s first natural-foods restaurants, the Carnival Café. Let`s go back to the early 1970s, a time when Boulder was a simpler place to live and life was slower paced. The pedestrian mall on Pearl Street ...

More than meets the eye

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It was one of those hot days where meek little spouses feel the edge of the carving knife and study their partner’s neck. Then they think better of it and quickly return to dicing arugula for salad. But I wasn’t thinking about Farmer’s Market greens and severed ...

The coffee is sweeter at Bittersweet

By Imagine! CORE-Longmont Reviewers Editor’s note: Boulder Weekly received this submission from the Imagine! CORE-Longmont reviewers and decided to let them head off this week’s Cuisine section with a story on their experience at Bittersweet in Louisville. Imagine! ...