Cuisine

Breaking wine’s glass ceiling: More women are in charge of the...

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Whoever said the life of a sommelier is glamorous probably had a corkscrew loose. Just ask Haley Guild Moore...

The return of the giant squid

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The Humboldt squid is the stuff of seafaring legend, something Captain Nemo would battle in a Jules Verne novel...

Café makes Eggcredible pierogi dumplings

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Nestled inside the Days Hotel...

Thanksgiving meal ideas

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With Thanksgiving only...

Smashburger a cut above

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The Lafayette branch of...

Put a twist on your Thanksgiving favorites

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No other meal is as traditional as the Thanksgiving feast...

Post-Katrina food: The perfect storm in edible New Orleans

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Just two days after Hurricane Katrina barreled into New Orleans, chef John Besh, an ex- Marine who served in Kuwait and fought in Desert Storm, was already tapping his national network of military buddies to marshal resources — from propane tanks to red beans and ...

Murphy’s Grill has a few culinary tricks up its sleeve

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Murphy’s Grill 2731 Iris Ave., Boulder 303-449-4473...

Tailgate: Make the pregame parking lot feast memorable

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Football season is upon us, and whether you’re cheering for the home team, or are on the visitor’s side, sustenance is essential. More than 35 million Americans think so, anyway. That’s the number of football fans who fire up their grills in stadium parking lots ...

Two Spoons gelato shop churns out soups, sandwiches in winter

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Quickly glancing into its window, it’s easy to dismiss Pearl Street’s Two Spoons as a mere gelato shop. But as the temperature drops, this self-proclaimed “smallbatch kitchen” shifts its focus from frozen treats to a more seasonally appropriate menu of warming soups ...