Food

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Wine Openers: Ports are open, corks are closures — the world returns to normal

By Dave Buchanan

Midwinter, and this week we honestly can say “winter” with the recent return of cold and snow, finds us wandering past brown, leafless vines and waiting for the return of spring, or spring as we know it. While there isn’t ...


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Go Red for Women Dinner combats heart disease

By Dixie Burmeister

Valentine’s Day is over, but wearing red is still a fashion statement for February with The American Heart Association’s February Go Red for Women Campaign. The campaign is designed to raise awareness that heart disease is the No. ...


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CHEERS! Mulled wine

By Staff

The mulled wine at the Blue Moon Bar and Grill is a little slice of heaven. The aroma alone is worth getting a glass. It’s warm and best enjoyed on a cold, wintry day — you might have to imagine the chill this year. The Blue ...


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Go Red for Women Dinner combats heart disease

By Dixie Burmeister

Valentine’s Day is over, but wearing red is still a fashion statement for February with The American Heart Association’s February Go Red for Women Campaign. The campaign is designed to raise awareness that heart disease is the No. ...


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New Top Chef: Jackson Oviatt at Spoons bistro

By Dixie Burmeister

I recently sat down with Jackson Oviatt, who became the executive chef at Spoons bistro and bakery in December. Spoons, 3090 N. 12th St., is a great place to eat if you like a comfortable, warm and welcoming atmosphere that highlights fresh, ...


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Cheers! Attention comrades!

By Christopher Tomlinson

Attention comrades! Despite its name, the Moscow Mule isn’t Russian. It’s American, born in Hollywood in the late 1930s or ‘40s, depending on what story you read. Three kinds of Moscow Mules await you at the Blue Moon ...


Wine Openers: Nancy Lewis’ pastel painting chosen at reception for Colorado Winefest

By Dave Buchanan

A record turnout and a record number of artists gathered Friday at the Blue Pig Gallery in Palisade for the Colorado Winefest Art Reception, the much-awaited kickoff event for the 2015 Colorado Mountain Winefest presented by Alpine Bank. In ...


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Cheers! Prohibition

By Charles Ashby

Prohibition Now that the Colorado Legislature is in session and my duties require me to be in Denver, I won’t have too many local cocktails to share for a few months. So to commemorate my 19th session here, and to give you an insight ...


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Cheers! Fear and loathing

By Charles Ashby

Fear and loathing When I was in journalism school at the University of Colorado in Boulder way back when there was a journalism school at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Hunter S. Thompson came to speak. He was drunk, of course, and ...


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Millennials shift toward wine at a faster pace

By Dave Buchanan

As you’ve probably noticed, craft beers and artisanal spirits are taking over the liquid landscape for the millennial generation, those drinkers under 40. While wine-industry executives are properly concerned about the inroads being ...


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