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It’s a confusing, but tasty, spring

By Staff

Easter was later this year. Now, Mother’s Day seems too early. We have a family college graduation on May 13 at Colorado State University and we were planning to celebrate Mother’s Day the same weekend. It’s a good thing ...

From surf and turf to happy hour, Garfield’s offers solid dining experience

By Tess Furey

My parents would love a restaurant like Garfield’s. I like it, too. Think of a place that serves steak and seafood in dark-lit and comfortable surroundings. Servers wear white tuxedo shirts and black slacks. Add an old-fashioned, or a ...

Occasions to cut loose plentiful in Grand Valley

By Tess Furey

Mark your calendar for these occasions to eat, drink and cut loose. April 28 to May 1: You can earn your beers by riding in the New Belgium Brewing Fruita Fat Tire Festival, or skip the ride and just enjoy a New Belgium brew and carnival food ...

Traditional family foods perfect for Easter dinner

By Dixie Burmeister

Traditional family dishes have and always will be important to family holiday dinners. Ham, raisin sauce, scalloped potatoes, asparagus and a spring salad are the current favorites at my family’s Easter dinner table. Many families ...

Dine in the Blind event to raise awareness

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Center for Independence is challenging people “Dine in the Blind” and experience what it is like to live without vision, albeit for a short time. The event will be at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 16, at the center, 740 Gunnison ...

New Vietnamese additions a hit at Thai Chili

By Tess Furey

The moment I saw “Pho” go up on the sign at Thai Chili, I knew I wouldn’t be able to last very long before going to sample some. The soup, often called the national dish of Vietnam, and several other specialties of the ...

Denver to host new state winefest in June

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado Mountain Winefest is spreading its vines. The 20-year-old event held each fall in Palisade will have a new sister event in Denver this spring when the Colorado Winefest is held June 10-11 at The Shops at Northfield Stapleton. The ...

Vineyard waits to see how plants regenerated

By Dave Buchanan

Mid-April might be spring to most residents of the Grand Valley, but grape growers know better. “Traditionally our last frost here is April 23, but that’s never a given,” said Nancy Janes of Whitewater Hill Vineyards on 32 ...

Winefest tabs Boulder chef to headline demonstrations

By Staff

Executive Chef Kevin Kidd and beverage manager Evan Faber, both of Boulder’s Salt restaurant, have been selected as featured headliners at the 20th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest Sept. 15-18 in Palisade. “Two of the best that ...

No shortage of help celebrating birthday

By Tess Furey

If you like being the center of attention, or if you just like something for nothing, I’ve got a couple of places for you. I had the occasion recently to mark another year on the planet. I was hoping the day would pass with little ...

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