Cuisine

Future snacks

According to FastCasual, emotions are driving U.S. diners’ eating and cooking decisions more than the shaky economic conditions right now. We are choosing familiar...

Try this week: Roasted goat from Work & Class, and more

Roasted Goat (Cabrito) Work & Class, 2500 Larimer St., Denver, workandclassdenver.com Work & Class is a lively spot in the RiNo District of Denver, uniquely blending...

Goodbye and hello

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...

Changing reservations

If you’ve ever made a reservation at a Boulder County restaurant, chances are you did so through OpenTable. A long list of restaurants in...

Profiles in brew: Aaron Uhl of Uhl’s Brewing Co.

Any day I walk back into the brewery with beer, it’s a sad day,” brewer Aaron Uhl says with a sly grin. “Even if...

For success with New Year’s food resolutions, start early

Historians believe the first New Year’s resolutions were to pay debts and return borrowed objects. These days, the most popular ones have been to...

Try this week: Carnitas street tacos, Earl Grey ice cream, and...

Carnitas Street Tacos Tacos Aya Yay, 1206 Centaur Village Drive, Lafayette The street tacos at Tacos Aya Yay are brilliant. Double corn tortillas hold together a...

The bacon convergence

I find myself standing at a stainless-steel table under bright fluorescent lights wearing tight bright blue gloves and holding a shiny, sharp blade. It’s a...

Know your brew: Winter warmers

For every month, there’s a beer: maibocks in May, märzen in September and winter warmers in December. Also known as English-style old ales or strong...

Stockpile stock

There is a giant bag of ice cubes in my freezer. It makes me very happy. I don’t put these frigid gems in ice water,...

Try this week: OAK’s ramen, Zoe Ma Ma’s duck wonton soup,...

Chicken and Shiitake Ramen OAK at fourteenth, 1400 Pearl St., Boulder, oakatfourteenth.com Only at OAK can you have a lunch that starts with fried pickles, moves on...

Steakhouse No. 316 is new Boulder home for Aspen restaurateurs

My friend had a postcard that said, ‘Come to Aspen,’ and I said, ‘Well, OK,’” says Craig Cordts-Pearce. Cordts-Pearce had nothing to lose. After working...
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