Cuisine

Shape-shifting pasta

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This may be a little too personal but seriously: How’s your pasta life?  If you’re like most Americans, pasta...

Know your brew: Malt

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It’s been said that if beer didn’t already exist, no one would have invented it. That’s probably true; for all its simplicity, beer involves...

Drink of the Week: The Big Molé Imperial Stout

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Though he hasn’t opened his Boulder taproom yet, you ought to be familiar with one of Aaron Uhl’s ales — especially if you’re a...

How to eat chocolate

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You might think that tasting chocolate is the one life skill you’ve fully mastered, but chances are you’re doing it wrong. For...

On barbecue… with Georgia Boys Nick Reckinger and Matt Alexander

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"Love is time,” says Georgia Boys co-founder Nick Reckinger. He’s talking about meat. If that’s not obvious, he continues: “Love is good...

Tour de brew: Ale throughout history

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With 30 beers to choose from, a visit to Avery Brewing Co.’s taproom can be either a daunting proposition or an endless array of...

Drink of the week: Endo Brewing Co.’s Comfortably Numb

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Brewing a big beer can be a tricky thing. You could double the malt and produce more fermentable sugars, dumping in a ton of...

Moxie’s Andy Clark on using heirloom grains and his forthcoming Boulder...

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Andy Clark, the two-time James Beard Award semifinalist and head baker and owner of Moxie Bread Co., is scraping and molding a...

Waste makes taste

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Sometimes you need to put aside the recipes and cook with the food you have on hand. Such was the case when...

Then and now: Flagship beers

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Stepping into Lyons’ Oskar Blues Grill & Brew is like stepping into the past. Wood dominates; the décor is cluttered, cozy and a little...

Drink of the week: Mountain Sun’s Bourbon Barrel-Aged Chocolate Thunder Imperial...

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There are barrel-aged beers, and then there’s Mountain Sun’s Bourbon Barrel-Aged Chocolate Thunder Imperial Stout: brewed with over nine malts, two hops, milk chocolate,...

Community behind the craft

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It’s fun work if you think of it that way,” Joe says with a grin, grabbing empty beer cans, six at a time, and...