Nibbles

To judge a crust

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Being a pie contest judge sounds like a lot of fun, but you aren’t qualified just because you like pie a lot. You can’t...

Salad gets schooled

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Schools are focused on growth, whether nurturing students’ intellectual progress, spurring physical maturation or teaching social strength in the community. The hope is to...

Flatbread Earth

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There is something soul-satisfying about grabbing bites of food with pieces of flatbread, whether it is using a warm corn tortilla to snag carnitas,...

For the love of bacon

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Eliza Cross grew up on bacon in Boulder.  “My earliest memory of bacon was my dad cooking it when I was a little girl,” she...

What Would Tony Do?

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I’ve been writing Nibbles for 30 years or so. Some columns have virtually written themselves. This one has been agony, a bitter pill to...

Crack the ‘egg’

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I grew up long ago in the land of eggplant Parmesan. As an Italian Catholic kid in New England, the Friday meatless-meal rotation featured fried...

Taste Bud Camp Guide ’17

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Parents and concert-goers know the truth: If you snooze, you lose when it comes to summer camps and Red Rocks shows. The same is...

Flavor versus fire

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The last thing the food world needs is another hot sauce. Endless rows of identical tall bottles with ominous-sounding names already line the shelves. The...

Seeding the future

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An inconspicuous little house on the east edge of Boulder seems like an unlikely place for a local food revolution.  Inside are shelves lined with...

Saving Thanksgiving

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If you are hosting Thanksgiving at your house today, complete with “Alice’s Restaurant” playing in the background, you probably won’t read this until well...

Kids suffer as hipster parents name them after trendy foods

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I am so over kale. I’m weary of it in smoothies. I don’t like the leafy green vegetable (and former garnish) as a juice. Kale...

Steep terrain

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It takes a lot for me to give up on iced tea for the calendar year. I always rue that day because I know what...