A new wave of grain

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Forward to the repast

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Feast

Beef is back

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Amos Watts, the head chef at Boulder’s Spanish-style steakhouse Corrida, is flipping through his phone in the restaurant’s penthouse dining room. Behind him is...

Wild & Free

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Tammy Mencher and Matt Solano have the road into the mountains mostly to themselves on the cherished weekday mornings in July and August when they get...

Bryan Dayton: ultimate restaurateur slash ultra-runner

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Normally, when someone opens a new, upscale restaurant, they’re not simultaneously training for a 100-mile trail run; kind of like how, typically, when someone...

A vintage life

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Marianne “Gussie” Walter does not do sweet wines at Augustina’s Winery in Nederland. She has her reasons, but that doesn’t mean she’s one of...

Does Boulder County have a signature dish?

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Think hard and you can loosely associate almost any region, and many cities, with a type of cuisine or a specific dish. Nashville has hot chicken;...

The radish: A Swiss-Army root

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As chef/farmer Eric Skokan talks about radishes one afternoon in his Black Cat dining room, he gazes at the table before him and cups...

Fertile grounds

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If you ask Beryl Stafford, the founder and CEO of Bobo’s Oat Bars, what makes Boulder County such a fertile crescent for natural food and beverage businesses,...

Colorado in a can

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With nearly 50 operating breweries in Boulder County, beer is as ubiquitous as French fries. Even better, these beers are as diverse as the brewers who...

Smart wine buys from local experts

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Boulder County has one of the highest concentrations of Master Sommeliers, the highest designation a wine expert can achieve and which is procured only...

You can have it all

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If there’s one drawback to having a vibrant food scene in Boulder County, it’s this: It’s hard to try everything you want to try....

A flurry of curry

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You may think you know Dot’s Diner. You go for a big, delicious, no-nonsense breakfast, delivered in busy environs, where the coffee and chai are always...

Not your father’s homebrew

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On Oct. 14, 1978, President Jimmy Carter changed the course of brewing history with the stroke of his pen. Though the 21st Amendment repealed the...