Food

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Mex-Asian the best of both flavors

By Dixie Burmeister

The big-game guacamole, salsas, tacos and tortilla chips are but a memory, the Valentine’s Day chocolate is still being savored, and the Year of the Rabbit Celebration for the Chinese New Year is winding down. Our family loves Asian ...


Grape harvest looks OK after January freeze

By Dave Buchanan

If a grape grower should mention he’s been out cutting buds, you might be assured it has nothing to do with a shift to the medical marijuana business. He or she merely has been out among the vines, trying to determine how much damage ...


Taste of the Grand Valley all about grazing

By Tess Furey

It’s the ultimate in grazing. Even if you only have a few bites and sips at every booth, nobody walks away with an empty belly. With 28 restaurants preparing food and drinks, this year’s Taste of the Grand Valley is going to be ...


Satisfy your snack hunger with recipes from Coca-Cola

By Dixie Burmeister

As the big day approaches, is there more talk about the game or what will be served before, during and after the game? Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest snack food days of the year, and food and drink are definitely the topics of ...


VinCo seminar working to help Colorado wine

By Dave Buchanan

Put 45 winemakers and grape growers in a room, pour a few samples of blind-tasted wines, and the only thing the 45 might agree on is to disagree. That’s just about what was found last week when state enologist Steve Menke hosted his ...


Probably the closest I’ll ever get to Katmandu

By Tess Furey

While Boulder is fairly littered with Nepalese restaurants — thanks to adventurous mountain climbers from the college town who serve as ambassadors to Nepal, which straddles the world’s highest peak — Grand Junction has a ...


Firefighters take action in the kitchen

By Dixie Burmeister

Late last fall, I had breakfast with the Retired Fire Fighters of Mesa County. There were about 20–25 good looking and humorous guys. (Jealous ladies?) The group is made up of local retired firefighters and some firefighters who retired ...


10 must-haves in my pantry to keep my grits company

By Tess Furey

A colleague of mine, John Lehndorff, once wrote a column for the Rocky Mountain News about what foods he keeps on hand in his pantry. I thought it was fascinating and decided I might put together my own list of staples with a long shelf life ...


Start the year eating meat, soup and tea

By Dixie Burmeister

Even when trying to eat sensibly during November and December, “little bites” of those holiday special foods can amount to a little overdose of sweetness and the richness of those foods. Most, but not all, of the foods designated ...


Grapes need to be cold hardy to turn out fruitful

By Dave Buchanan

That sound on the roof? It’s not reindeer, it’s the other shoe dropping. The lingering late-fall weather might be great for travelers, golfers and shoppers, but it is just another reason to worry for grape farmers. They know it ...


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