Food News

Boulder Restaurant Week, amended

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First Bite, Boulder’s Restaurant Week, was supposed to start next weekend. With restaurants at limited capacity, First Bite Producer Jessica Benjamin pivoted, curating a...

Try this week: Sushi platter @ Japango

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We wish we could enjoy Japango’s fresh, innovative sushi rolls in its modern downtown spot, but we’re happy to take away its eight-roll sushi...

Try this week: Vindaloo @ Kathmandu Restaurant II

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Chances are you’ve reached for comfort food over the last several weeks, and it doesn’t get much more comfortable than curry. Kathmandu came down...

Functional fungi weds heirloom cacao in ceremony at Boulder chocolate company

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Functional fungi are on everyone’s lips these days, and cacao tops our list of favorite superfoods. That said, they’re like entrees and desserts. We...

Taste of the Week: Casarecce and Fra Diavolo @ Pastaficio and...

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Easy-to-serve convenience foods have gotten a bad reputation over the years, and yours truly has certainly been a vocal proponent of scratch-cooking and not...

Boulder County food news: April 16, 2024

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Taste of the Week: Lunch on 55th Street You have probably tasted A Spice of Life fare at parties, events and office cafes since the...

Japango to give away $100K in gift cards to front-line workers

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Citing the support already shown by the Boulder community for those most impacted by the pandemic, Japango announced it will give away $100,000 in...

Blackbelly/Santo owners build momentum in search for cure

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Blackbelly/Santo owner and chef Hosea Rosenberg and his wife, Lauren, found out earlier this year their 3-year-old daughter, Sophie, had a rare genetic disorder,...

Taste of the Week: A manly breakfast pie 

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For a short and stupid time in 1982 and afterwards, some American men stopped eating egg pie. A bestselling book was published that year...

Try this week: Two burgers and two beers @ The North...

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Simply put, The North End at 4580 makes one of the best burgers in Boulder County (in addition to a number of refined new...

Try this week: Costillas @ Efrain’s

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With a crispy, charred bark, the deeply savory, tender, fall-apart St. Louis ribs in Efrain’s costillas plate are pure satisfaction. They’re smothered in a...

The pied piper of pulses

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Ron Pickarski remembers the first time he made tempeh. It was 1976, and packaged meat substitutes were not only absent from grocery stores, they...