Food

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After uncooperative spring weather, it’s time to enjoy ribbon-quality tomatoes

By Dixie Burmeister

The old saying “a day late and a dollar short” applies, in a way, to the lack of ripe tomatoes to enter in the Mesa County Fair’s open class on July 19. Only in this case it was “three days late and ribbons ...


Family creates a stir-fry of tastes of the Far East

By Tess Furey

Bamboo City has its roots firmly planted in Chinese cuisine. When owner Lonh Luong opened his restaurant three years ago in Grand Junction, he had 30-plus years of experience under his belt. His specialty was, and is, creating ...


Palisade-grown peaches secret to winning at annual contest

By Dixie Burmeister

What is the secret to a prize-winning recipe in the Palisade Peach Recipe Contest? Ask the judges, contestants and those who enjoy the sample sales after judging, and they’ll tell you it’s the Palisade peaches. Growers spent many ...


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Buffalo ranch a mainstay in Olathe’s agricultural heritage

By William Woody

OLATHE — On a hot July day, Olathe rancher Rich Friend climbs into his all-terrain vehicle to go check on his herd. Along the way he sees a vehicle pull off the road and a camera stretch out for a picture. This isn’t unusual at the ...


Competitive wine making: Locals grab gold at county fair

By Dave Buchanan

Stoney Mesa Vineyards of Cedaredge and Reeder Mesa Vineyards swept the gold medals at the first Mesa County Fair Commercial Wine Competition, the results of which were announced last week. The Stoney Mesa 2008 Riesling was judged the top ...


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Olathe sweet corn harvest

By William Woody

A harvest crew with the Tuxedo Corn company in Olathe Co, work to pick the first ears of the Olathe Sweet Sweet Corn Monday July 19, 2010.  ...


Old Weber grill great for brisket

By Dixie Burmeister

As I write this, I’m contemplating the effects of an unplanned shower of Miracle Grow in the face and all over the hair. Those screw-on bottles of liquid for a sprayer tricked me into holding said sprayer in the wrong direction. So ...


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Cafeteria workers go back to school for fresh recipes

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Squash, broccoli, lentils — these were some of the favorite lunch foods listed by members the Montrose High School volleyball team, who were eating in the school’s cafeteria last week. The food was prepared by cafeteria workers ...


Gray Gourmet, July 18, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Sloppy Joes, potato salad, peas and carrots, fruit cocktail deluxe. Tuesday — Spinach lasagna, green beans, tossed salad, wacky cake. Wednesday — Baked chicken fettuccine Parmesan, Monte Carlo vegetables, Mandarin ...


High-end restaurant opens at Gateway Canyons Resort

By Tess Furey

It might be considered a war of the chefs. Executive chef Larry Pirner, who cut his teeth in Manhattan before heading west, opened his premier new restaurant this week at Gateway Canyons Resort. Entrada, he promises, will rival anything ...


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