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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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By Melinda Mawdsley

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Wine Column July 22, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Deep in the archaeological heart of Colorado, Guy Drew and John Sutcliffe are modern pioneers of commercial winemaking. Several of us, including Paonia winemaker Bill Musgnung, had dinner last week with the personable Drew, who owns and ...


Wine Colimn June 24, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

ASPEN — The rains that turned Colorado’s high country into a wildflower paradise took Friday off, just in time for the first day of the three-day 27th annual Food & Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen. When you live in the ...


Dixie Burmeister Column June 03, 2009

By Dixie Burmeister

I hadn’t planned on writing much about the tomato gardening competition between my husband, Fred, and me. However, because of a few added challenges, suspected espionage, secret plant food, secret advice and warnings, the lines have ...


Winery tour offers interesting to the not-so

By Dave Buchanan

I spent May 16 and 17 chugging around the valley for the second weekend of the annual “Barrel Into Spring” tasting sponsored by the Grand Valley Winery Association. The eight member wineries set aside two weekends every spring ...


Western Slope produce inspires food writer’s book

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Eugenia Bone had never heard of Crawford before her husband announced in 1998 that he had just purchased a ranch out West. She certainly didn’t know about the abundance of fruit, vegetables and wine available throughout the summer ...


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