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Gray Gourmet, Oct. 17, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Enchilada casserole, chuck wagon vegetables, tossed salad, pineapple tidbits. Tuesday — Chicken dijon with sauce, mashed potatoes, peas and onions, applesauce/berry mold. Wednesday — Barbecue pork rib, au gratin ...

Sly fox spirit alive and well in Palisade bistro Inari’s

By Tess Furey

Inari, in both Shinto and Buddhist beliefs, is a fox spirit, a messenger between the earth and heaven. It is said in Japan to be the deity for rice and patron of prosperity for farmers and merchants. The deity for rice in Japan, where people ...

Allow wine to help bridge gap between summer and winter

By Dave Buchanan

These early fall mornings, crisp as biting into a Gala apple, remind me that all is not Sauvignon Blanc. Sauvignon Blanc is my go-to summer wine, especially the minerally, bright-acid wines from New Zealand’s Marlborough region that ...

If you’re on Grand Mesa, don’t leaf Mesa Lakes Lodge unvisited

By Tess Furey

If you’re leaf-peeping this weekend on Grand Mesa, you might run into a rustic little place called the Mesa Lakes Lodge. That’s assuming you take lots of twisty roads and right turns and know where you’re going. Unless a ...

New shared premise law aids start-up winemakers

By Dave Buchanan

Among the busy tents during this year’s Colorado Mountain Winefest (and at times it seemed every tent was busy) was the tent shared by Theresa High’s Colterris Wines and Tyrel Lawson’s Kahil Winery. Lawson shared more than ...

Among Winefest’s most valuable contributions: knowledge

By Dave Buchanan

The 2010 Colorado Mountain Winefest might just be memories to the thousands of wine lovers who flocked to seminars, winemakers dinners and the ever-popular Saturday Festival in the Park, but it’s more than that. Really. It’s an ...

Perfect scores, compelling stories abound at 2010 Colorado Pork and Hops Challenge

By Melinda Mawdsley

It might be difficult to imagine that a Grand Junction barbecue competition was a source of strength for a Wyoming couple. But that is what happened this year when Lon and Joanne Mitchell of Jo-Bawb’s BBQ in Rozet, Wyo., won the chicken ...


Fame grows on the cucurbitaceous family

By Melinda Mawdsley

There is more to a gourd than meets the eye. Some may think a gourd is an odd-shaped, inedible, multi-colored fall item. If you are one of those people, as the saying goes, “You are out of your gourd.” In addition to ...

Fall colors: Grapes turn red, yellow

By Dave Buchanan

Late summer brings veraison to Colorado’s vineyards. This is the time when grapes change from green to red or yellow and develop their characteristic mature colors. It’s also the time when a grapevine changes its focus, if you ...

zucchini draw 090510

You can’t hide ... zucchini are everywhere this time of year

By Rachel Sauer

Scene: A quiet vegetable garden in the fading daylight. Rows of corn, tomatoes, cucumbers and other harvest delights stretch in orderly abundance to a bug-be-gone border of brilliant marigolds. A screen door quietly opens and closes, and a ...

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