Cuisine

Take it to the tap

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It’s the summer of homebrewers. Or, more accurately, it’s the summer they’re stepping out...

Relocation of The Buff delayed by building permits

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Overflowing plates of hearty brunch food, tart Arnold Palmers in mason jars and silverware wrapped in mismatched cloth napkins crowd the tables shared by college students and older Boulder residents at The Buff. It’s hard not to feel at home in the restaurant that’s ...

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 ...

Exploring Burgundy Côte d’Or with seven wines

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When my brother asked me to teach him and some friends about “serious” Burgundy, I was worried. How could I possibly walk them through the Côte d’Or without bankrupting the family...

Review: Upslope Imperial IPA

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This ain’t no summer sippin’ beer...

Local consultant makes sense of recent dining closures

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Those wishing to dine out these days may find that choices are more limited due to a recent string of restaurant closures throughout Boulder. Within the past four months, at least six local eateries have shut their doors, marking an undeniable shift in Boulder’s ...

Try this week: Garden Pizza @ Boss Lady Pizza

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If you didn’t stress eat a pizza or two on Election Night — or even if you did — indulge in some more comfort...

The bacon convergence

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I find myself standing at a stainless-steel table under bright fluorescent lights wearing tight bright blue gloves and holding a shiny, sharp blade. It’s a...

Thai that won’t break the bank

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Allowing for very few exceptions, one of the chief tenets of my culinary belief system is that Asian food should be reasonably priced. This preference originates from a childhood consisting of many Friday night meals in Oakland Chinatown that clocked in at around $20...

Quality versus quantity

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When we talk about farm-to-table in our Boulder County grocery stores and restaurants, we can sometimes take it for granted. The trend is national now. We expect a certain quality, but we forget that those same establishments need quantity in order to stay in ...

Pie local

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Don’t bake your own pie for Thanksgiving! By all means, roast the turkey and bake the stuffing, potatoes and side dishes, but leave the...

Two great tastes that taste great together

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2020 might be a dumpster fire, but this year’s International Beer and Pizza Day will be Friday, Oct. 9 — it’s high time this...