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FD: Wine Column November 25, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

The turkey is stuffed and ready, set to go into the oven around midnight for that long, slow cook to perfection. Will you be ready with the wine when the bird hits the table? To help ease the pain of procrastination, here are a few ideas for ...


Health-food store offers a twist on turkey

By Emily Shockley

Thanksgiving dinner won’t feature the same old bird at every table in Grand Junction. As of Friday, 656 people had pre-ordered free-range turkeys from Vitamin Cottage at 2564 U.S. Highway 6&50. The turkeys, shipped from Mary’s ...


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TLC for holiday leftovers

By Staff

It seems almost a sure bet that when talking about the big Thanksgiving meal, the conversation almost always turns to the anticipation of the leftovers. The planning, shopping, peeling, chopping and cooking is all worth it, considering what ...


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Picking holiday wine for everyone

By Staff

This is a test. And is it ever. Thanksgiving is looming and you’re looking for the perfect holiday wine to share with friends or family. Good luck. Your choices for a Thanksgiving wine are “pretty wide open,” said Denny ...


Cranberry recipes set course toward Christmas

By Dixie Burmeister

The Halloween candy is gone, except for two snack size Almond Joys hidden in the freezer by a certain coconut lover (my husband, Fred). Little pilgrims are appearing on the mantel now with fall leaves and little pumpkins, minus one. Among ...


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Winefest may get some competition

By Dave Buchanan

Just past its 18th anniversary, Colorado Mountain Winefest is facing some decisions. As with most teenagers, decisions made today will affect life for years to come. While the good news is the four-day event remains the state’s largest ...


Tomato challenge final tally

By Dixie Burmeister

Halloween is perfect time to reveal the final results of the Fred/Dixie Tomato Throw Down. It’s shocking, horrifying and unbelievable! It has left me in a maze I can’t get out of. My husband Fred’s evil boisterous smile is ...


Worrying winemakers

By Staff

Winemakers are a nervous lot and once you get to know one or two, you wonder if they ever get a restful night’s sleep. There’s always something to worry about, from late-spring frosts to a wet summer and the accompanying bugs, ...


Smith Fork Ranch offers dudes and dandies alike a luxurious experience in a secluded setting

By Staff

Story and photos by DAVE BUCHANAN CRAWFORD — If you’ve never lost your secret desire to be a cowboy, but prefer the coffee fresh and the pillows soft, the Smith Fork Ranch might be for you. Located on a historic homestead in a ...


The right glass can make all the difference

By Dave Buchanan

Does that special glass make a difference in enjoying wine? Maximilian Riedel assures anyone within earshot it does, and he certainly convinced a lot of listeners earlier this month during the Colorado Mountain Winefest. Riedel (rhymes with ...


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