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Put these handy items on your kitchen wish list

By Staff

tep into any kitchen in America and you will surely discover a myriad of different kitchen tools in cabinet drawers and filling utensil crocks. Many were certainly purchased by the resident home chef, but others, I can assure you, were gifts ...


kitchen tools

Top 11 kitchen tools

By Suzanne Hanzl

Step into any kitchen in America and you will surely discover a myriad of different kitchen tools in cabinet drawers and filling utensil crocks. Many were certainly purchased by the resident home chef, but others, I can assure you, were gifts ...


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Cheers! Fore!

By Charles Ashby

Fore!!! I don’t actually do this. I say that because the golf course I frequent doesn’t like it when people bring their own spirits to the links. I don’t mind the rule because I take my golf game seriously, and would ...


Everywhere you turn in this wine country, signs proclaim ‘Save Lugana’

By Dave Buchanan

PESCHIERA D/GARDA (VR) Italy — From the 243-foot-high tower of San Martino della Battaglia just south of Lake Garda, a visitor can look across the softly rolling tablelands where Lugana wines are born and currently threatened with ...


Restaurants serving local food a win for everyone

By Dixie Burmeister

April was a beautiful month. The much-needed rain brought out the clean and brilliant colors of spring and a scent that only rain can produce. The topping on the April cake was the news that valley fruit crops, including cherries, apricots ...


Wine lovers attend annual Barrel into Spring tasting event

By Dave Buchanan

As fast as the clouds opened Saturday, so did the wine bottles. Saturday and Sunday marked the first of the two weekends for the annual Barrel into Spring wine tasting hosted by the Grand Valley Winery Association and even a thunderstorm or ...


District 51 School Lunch Series — Part 3

By Erin McIntyre

SCHOOL LUNCH SERIES: School lunch looks and tastes nothing like it used to, thanks to reforms aimed at making cafeteria meals healthier. In a four-day series, The Daily Sentinel examines the impact of those changes on students, staff and ...


District 51 School Lunch Series — Part 2

By Erin McIntyre

SCHOOL LUNCH SERIES: School lunch looks and tastes nothing like it used to, thanks to reforms aimed at making cafeteria meals healthier. In a four-day series, The Daily Sentinel examines the impact of those changes on students, staff and ...


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Cheers: Just perfect

By Staff

Just perfect Be one of the first to try the Hot Tomato Perfect Day American Red Ale at the Hot Tomato Cafe, 124 N. Mulberry St., in Fruita. Perfect Day was brewed by Fort Collins beermaker New Belgium Brewery specifically for the Hot ...


District 51 School Lunch Series

By Erin McIntyre

School lunch looks and tastes nothing like it used to, thanks to reforms aimed at making cafeteria meals healthier. In a four-day series, The Daily Sentinel examines the impact of those changes on students, staff and School District 51 ...


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