Community Table

Jewish community farming takes root in Boulder

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What kinds of food do you think about when you think of Jewish cuisine? Whatever they are — creamy kugel dishes, hulking deli sandwiches,...

Outstanding in their field

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As average consumers in Boulder County, we have a tendency to think of our Boulder County Farmers Markets (BCFM) as an end. They’re places...

Snack time

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The opening of Treat Snack House last week represented an achievement for the greater Longmont restaurant scene. And for Boulder County in general. That...

Longmont Food Rescue is saving plates

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Every community wastes food. Many just send it to the landfill. More evolved communities connect food suppliers with food banks, and cans of beans...

Wine seller

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"To succeed — it’s got to be from the moment you decide you’re going to do it until the end — you have to...

State of the food scene

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Every week in this space, I share just a little bit of the long and interesting conversations I have with Boulder County’s chefs, restaurateurs,...

Cup or cone

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Bryce Licht never saw it coming. He had left Colorado, left CU, traveled around South America, moved to Los Angeles, then back to Boulder,...

The ongoing transformation of the iconic Greenbriar Inn

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Even empty, The Greenbriar Inn north of Boulder feels cozy. The putting-green carpet, the old maps of wine regions, the dark wood and soft...

‘Honed in the fires of bee hell’

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Einstein supposedly once said that mankind would only have four years left on the planet if bees were to go extinct. The logic is...

Michael Pollan talks psychedelics and the mind

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Michael Pollan says he writes about where “nature and culture intersect,” places that often end up being on our dinner plates and in our...

Wild swing

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In the Olympic sport of hammer throw, bulky men and women grip a handle, which is attached to a steel wire with a heavy...

Farm to neighbor

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If we’re to believe author and local agriculture advocate Michael Brownlee, we need to localize our food system, as of about yesterday. Brownlee runs Local...