Tag: cuisine

Watching what we eat

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The first time I noticed food on the movie screen was probably the spaghetti-stand kiss in The Lady and the Tramp. Once I started...

Boulder’s ‘tea spirit’

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Rev. Bu Nan Brown, co-founder of Boulder Tea Hut, likes a mug of Earl Grey now and again. “That's what we call tea with...

Big truffle makers

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Willy Wonka undergoes dire challenges on his unlikely path to become a chocolatier whose sweets make people fly in Wonka, the new prequel film...

An ode to okonomiyaki

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During my freshman year in a college dorm, the eating was easy, if not especially tasty. The first time I had to feed myself...

Back to (food) school

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When I think back to all the stuff I learned in high school and college, it’s no wonder I don’t use much of that...

Tour de Skratch

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Dr. Allen Lim is a study in perpetual motion as he wends his way through Skratch Labs Cafe, greeting familiar diners and delivering plates...

Master of the (beer) universe

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Boulder County has been dubbed the “Silicon Valley of beer” for good reason. There may be more beer tasting knowledge per capita on the...

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,...

Holiday beet-down

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At the winter farmers market, I saw the most enormous beets. Larger than softballs, a bag of six went for five bucks. The growers...

Stocking up

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 When it comes to the whole gift-giving gig, we tend to overthink the solution to the perfect present. Instead of finding something unique for...

Discovering Yucatan

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Monday through Friday, Lafayette’s Off Campus Cafe is a great place to wake up with pancakes, eggs and well-made lattes. A lunch line forms...

Big thanks

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Chef Tajahi Cooke connects. He connects diners to the flavors of his native Jamaica with an ongoing series of pop-up dinners and collaborative meals. He...