Cuisine

Finding the real stuff

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I met the wild ricer behind a ski lodge near Lake Tahoe. We were there for a writing workshop, reading each other our work. He...

Rich in whiskey

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"I tell people that we’re rich in whiskey, but poor in cash,” jokes Boulder Spirits (5311 Western Ave., #180, Boulder) owner and founder Alastair...

The tale of Champagne Charlie

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Husband-and-wife writing team Don and Petie Kladstrup have written about wine and Champagne in a few bestselling books, including Wine & War: The French,...

By the bowl

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Edwin Zoe was already a local legend. But now he’s also a James Beard semifinalist, having been nominated this year for Outstanding Restaurateur. Anyone...

Sipping and spinning 

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“The wine must have done its job, because I am relaxed and finally at ease. Yes, it’s definitely the wine. Otherwise I wouldn’t have...

The Shake Shack of Costa Rican chicken

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Chef Byron Gomez has cooked alongside a lot of big deal chefs. He cut his teeth in Daniel Boulud’s kitchens, a fine-dining empire which currently...

‘Beautiful chaos’

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Back in the first half of the ’80s, I took my first sip of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Upon finishing what tasted like a...

Adventures in green tomato cookery

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When you hear “green tomatoes,” does the word “fried” come to mind automatically? Aside from that Southern classic of breaded green tomato slices fried...

Mixology international

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When contemplating the appealing aspects of drinking in Europe, ordering a bottle of wine with lunch or sipping an afternoon beer at a cafe...

‘A sweet little treat at the end of the day’

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Andrea Uzarowski spent more than two decades dreaming of opening a bakery. But first, she had to work at Noma, the beloved ​​Copenhagen eatery. She...

How about them apples?

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For Michael Belochi, producing hard cider is a joy as well as a job. The owner of BOCO Cider in North Boulder enjoys featuring...

A family affair

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“You got an extra cigarette?” asked Catherine Neckes. This was 2011, before she had permanently strained her back hauling 50 pound sacks of sugar...