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...

Forward to the repast

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There is a point on the ascent to Gold Hill where the pavement turns to dust and you leave Boulder’s citified bubble in the...

Hard work on wheels

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The new American dream of the culinary world was arguably birthed in 2008, when chef Roy Choi and his Koji food truck took to...

A new wave of grain

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When it comes to grain, the future looks like the past. Go back a half-century in Boulder County, and there’s Old Man Webber coming...

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 Though the 21st Amendment repealed the...

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...

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 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...

Have a taste

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Try these wines at Augustina’s Winery in Nederland or at the Saturday Boulder County Farmers Market in Boulder: Boulder Backpacking Wine:...

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...

The way we cooked

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Avocado-topped ahi quinoa power bowls were not on the menu if you went out to dinner in Boulder 160 years ago. It would be...

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...