Labored days

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Open & Shuttered

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Nibbles

Prime time

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In 1969, the hippies had invaded Boulder and Richard Nixon was president. Cell phones, the internet and the Paleo diet were decades in the future....

Dim sum delight

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She had me at “dumplings.”  I had poked my head into Formosa Bakery, recently opened at 1305 Broadway on the Hill, to check out the...

Rx: bread and butter

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The Nibbles column has survived some serious ups and downs in various publications since it debuted in 1985, but I have always made sure...

Boulder’s brunch revival 

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Contrary to street rumors at the time, brunch was not created in Boulder in the 1970s, but the weekend meal has found a warm...

Best Boulder County bites of 2023

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Some smart psychologist or dietician could have a field day analyzing the dining choices I made in 2023. They might note the excessive number...

The launch of Longmont Restaurant Week

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There was a time when nobody thought about “dining” and “Longmont” in the same sentence. “When I was growing up, my parents always had...

Another roadside cucina

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The one where Massimo and Vittorio dish fine Italian cuisine at a self-serve gas station in Lyons.

Longmont’s Little Brooklyn

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According to Steve Podel, a real pastrami sandwich should be like the one on the table in front of me. The pastrami is quite juicy,...

Enjoy going nude

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Small natural foods stores and co-ops have been an essential part of Boulder’s zeitgeist since the 1970s, when New Age Foods, Green Mountain Granary,...

Favorite Nibbles

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Nobody expects to find doughnuts dished from an Airstream trailer by the railroad tracks in Boulder. Yet, there I was enjoying an outstanding scratch-made,...

Open and shut

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2023 may be remembered as the year the restaurant scene in Boulder County came back to life. Reanimated by the inaugural Colorado Michelin awards,...

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...