Finding the real stuff

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Rich in whiskey

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Cuisine

Making culinary connections

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The Culinary Connectors concept is simple — up to 10 diners pay $99 to tour three restaurants in an afternoon, with each stop lasting approximately one hour. Each visit affords an opportunity to sample menu and wine highlights, as well as converse with chefs. But...

Mixology in a modern world

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Cocktails weren’t always complicated. The classic gin and tonic began when people in British India doctored their anti-malarial quinine water with gin to make it more palatable. Pre-Prohibition drinks, such as the Sazerac, included only two or three ingredients, ...

A Diva brunch at Jill’s

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Recently, Dessert Diva Danette Randall noted in her column that I ought to have her tag along on a review outing. Class act that I am, I thought it only right to invite her to a spot where a guy ought to wear a sports coat. So I asked her to join me for Sunday ...

Women in the kitchen: nurture or necessity?

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Julia Child’s cooking show, The French Chef, first aired on television in 1963, with her demonstration of how to cook an omelet. The show pioneered complex home cooking at a time in the United States when many women did just that. Nearly 50 years later, in a world of...

Otis and a beer

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Poor Otis. Otis is the cartoon pig mascot of Nederland’s Wild Mountain Smokehouse & Brewery, seemingly oblivious to his likely fate as a barbecued entrée here. The sign above the front door shows him quizzically contemplating a spilled mug of beer. But more ...

A taco heard ’round the world

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Would you eat a taco that traveled 65,000 miles to reach you? The distance may not seem worth it. But with today’s globalization, much of our food has endured a lengthy journey...

The kale rebellion

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For a vegetable dissident, this leafy green presents a challenge in winter I didn`t know it would be a mixed marriage. After all, we agree on most things. Same senses of humor, taste in music, politics. There’s just this vegetable thing. I love all of them. He ...

ChopHouse on the cheap

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No one would characterize...

Boulder’s one-woman winery

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Since there are no easily confirmable statistics to cite, it’s hard to say if Augustina’s Winery is truly the only one woman-run commercial winemaking operation in the United States, if not the world...

More than a brewpub

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The Boulder Draft House...

Getting served

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Study shows customer service on the decline Think of the last meal you paid for. How was the service? Did a server fill your water glass before it emptied, or were you left stranded and parched? Did an employee smile graciously, or did he barely glance up as he ...

A hut with potential

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With ith a name like Elephant Hut, it’s initially unclear what’s served up at this Boulder restaurant, housed in 30th Street’s Steelyards development. Those with dark imaginations may envision it as akin to Pizza Hut, except with a certain massive land mammal ...