Food

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Gray Gourmet, March 14, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Tater tot casserole, garden vegetables, tapioca pudding. Tuesday — Pork egg rolls with dip, rice pilaf, stir fry vegetables, fruited cottage cheese. Wednesday — Corned beef and cabbage, parslied potatoes, Emerald ...


Frozen Food Month shines on fish, seafood

By Dixie Burmeister

Spring is coming (really), and that means it’s time to “spring” into good taste and good health with National Nutrition Month and The Grand Valley Health Fair March 12–13 at Central High School. Come by my health fair ...


Gray Gourmet, Feb. 28, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Macaroni and cheese with turkey ham, tossed salad, apricots. Tuesday — Beef stew, carrot/raisin salad, tropical fruit, angel biscuit. Wednesday — Herbed chicken noodles Romanoff, three-bean salad, strawberry ...


Gray Gourmet, Feb. 14, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Chicken cordon bleu with Dijon sauce, rice pilaf, spinach, citrus fruit mix. Tuesday — Chicken fried steak with gravy, mashed potatoes, stir-fry vegetables, green applesauce mold. Wednesday — Crunchy turkey hot ...


Valentine’s Day opportunity not lost on Leroux Creek Winery

By Staff

This week brings us to Valentine’s Day, and if you’re just figuring that out, heaven help you with your plans for the weekend. It’s unfortunate, and I think a missed opportunity, to see how few local wineries are jumping on ...


Want a taste of the valley?

By Staff

Nearly 30 vendors from across the Grand Valley are slated to appear at this year’s Home Loan Taste of the Grand Valley. The event, which benefits United Way of Mesa County, is a showcase of edible fare from vendors such as Enstrom ...


Beef a super choice for this Sunday

By Dixie Burmeister

The Big Game is this weekend. What are you serving? If you’re going to a party, what are you taking? It’s National Beef Month, perfect timing for some great beef dishes for this Sunday, and they’re easy to do. The leaner ...


Crop hurt, but wineries still upbeat

By Staff

Last Thursday, I slipped into the annual meeting of the Western Colorado Horticultural Society, which really is more interesting than it sounds. While initially I was interested in hearing state viticulturist Horst Caspari talk about some new ...


With citrus season here, try some of these recipes

By Staff

As promised a couple weeks ago, this column will include some delicious citrus recipes in celebration of the peak citrus season. And speaking of citrus, record-breaking cold temperatures have created great concern for the Florida citrus ...


‘New’ Feedlot inspires memories of folks’ former favorite eatery

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Like many Grand Junction residents, Russ and Tami Parker have fond memories of a restaurant called the Feedlot Restaurant and Lounge, which served juicy steaks and fresh salads to locals for nearly 20 years. That restaurant at 118 Main St. ...


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