Food

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071710 Cooking camp 5

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 ...


Besides just a good Guinness, traditional Irish pub offers great pub fare also

By Tess Furey

Think pub food, and think Irish food, and the images that come to mind might not be that appetizing. It could be the perfect storm of yuck. But that stereotype, in the case of Naggy McGee’s, is dead wrong. Walk in to Naggy’s and ...


Gray Gourmet, June 20, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Ham and beans with chopped onions, coleslaw, citrus fruit mix, corn bread. Tuesday — Tater tot casserole, garden vegetables, tomato slices, tapioca pudding. Wednesday — Sliced turkey, yam/apple bake, peas and ...


More than 100 vendors offer variety of goodies at farmers market downtown

By Tess Furey

Farmers are beating a path to the American National Bank Farmers Market, followed closely by Bugs Bunny and nearly 5,000 other carrot-nibbling wascally wabbits. But the downtown Grand Junction market, a summertime favorite of thousands of ...


Gray Gourmet, June 13, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Lasagna, four-way blend vegetables, tossed salad, Ambrosia deluxe, Italian bread. Tuesday — Turkey Waldorf salad, cauliflower with cheese sauce, tomato wedges, pears, crackers. Wednesday — Pork egg rolls with soy ...


Research: Wineries have enough stock for 1.6 years

By Dave Buchanan

On the local wine-business scene, the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board will have two openings starting July 1 next year. Executive director Doug Caskey said the open positions include a retailer’s spot and one of the two ...


Gray Gourmet, May 30, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Closed for Memorial Day Tuesday — Spinach/cheese souffle, wax beans, tossed salad, tropical fruit. Wednesday — Hamburger on a bun, tomato slices, macaroni salad, pineapple tidbits. Thursday —  Chicken ...


A visit to Jerry Sica’s store will have you saying cheese

By Tess Furey

Life is too short to eat the same old boring, assembly-line food. Jerry Sica, owner of The Artisan Cheese Shop at Wild West Steaks and Seafood, is a champion of that philosophy. Sica rode into Grand Junction on his board. Let me ...


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