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Tickets still available to Wine Week’s main event on Front Range

By Dave Buchanan

This week has been named Colorado Wine week in honor of this weekend’s first-ever Colorado Winefest in Denver. That’s about it for anything local, except to remind you that Valley and North Fork Valley wineries are open and are ...


It’s picnic season: What’s in your basket?

By Tess Furey

The nights are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer. We don’t have fireflies here, but gnats and mosquitoes are staring to appear. Add some ants, and it sounds like perfect picnic weather. I’ve had some ...


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Salad greens just aren’t good enough

By The AP

For Michael Symon, great salads go far beyond a pile of greens. And they need to earn their keep. “For me, a great salad is much more than just greens. It should be something that really highlights the season and the vegetables that are ...


CattleWomen share what a cheap cut of beef can do

By Dixie Burmeister

They are proud of their product, and they want to show us how to prepare delicious and nutritional dishes with it. Who are they? The American National CattleWomen! First known as the Cowbelles and later as CattleWomen, they’re in many ...


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A salad with it all ... but fruit

By The AP

Patricia Wells wants her salads to have it all — fresh seasonal ingredients, bright colors, crunch and a bit of lean protein. Well, almost all. “I generally do not like fruit in my salads, though I do enjoy cantaloupe or ...


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Should you drink the wine, or leave it in the dugout?

By Dave Buchanan

With the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series hard upon us, it’s a fine time to look closer at what might be the most statistic-oriented sport in human history. You want numbers? Thanks to the never-tiring endeavors of such ...


Hyeongje Korean joins growing list of Pan-Asian fare to be found in Grand Valley

By Tess Furey

Grand Junction can now put another push-pin on the map of Pan-Asian cuisines it offers. Hyeongje (pronounced hyun-jay) Restaurant opened two months ago on North Avenue, the only joint in the area to serve Korean cuisine. We have Chinese, ...


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Try a small salad to begin a meal

By The AP

For Eric Ripert, a salad can be an anything goes experience… So long as it’s small. “I don’t generally eat a salad as my only course,” Ripert, chef and owner of the famed three Michelin star Le Bernardin ...


‘May’ the barbecue season begin

By Dixie Burmeister

May is National Barbecue Month. Can’t you just smell the aroma of a good steak or burger on the grill? While on an evening walk, have you found yourself salivating and trying to detect just where that aroma is coming from? Have you ...


Pollo Azado all about the bird (and beans and rice, too)

By Tess Furey

The options are chicken, rice and beans. Or, rice, beans and chicken. Not a lot of choices await you at the newly opened Pollo Azado. Except, whether you want a quarter, half or whole bird, and what kind of pop you want to drink. The simple ...


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