Food

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A visit to Jerry Sica’s store will have you saying cheese

By Tess Furey

Life is too short to eat the same old boring, assembly-line food. Jerry Sica, owner of The Artisan Cheese Shop at Wild West Steaks and Seafood, is a champion of that philosophy. Sica rode into Grand Junction on his board. Let me ...


Four bronze medals for local vintner

By Dave Buchanan

Every spring, many winemakers eagerly await two things: the season’s last frost and the first news from various wine competitions. This week, we finally may have seen the last of the frost, and two Colorado wineries are deservedly ...


Gray Gourmet, May 23, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Monterey chicken, rice pilaf, peas and onions, apricots. Tuesday — Stuffed bell peppers with sauce, Italian vegetables, pineapple/orange fluff. Wednesday — Baked ham with pineapple glaze, au gratin potatoes, tossed ...


Gray Gourmet, May 16, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Polish sausage on a bun, sauerkraut, baked beans, fruit cocktail. Tuesday — Chicken tenders with dip, macaroni salad, cantaloupe, sweet potato roll. Wednesday — Spaghetti and meatballs, green beans, tossed salad, ...


Which Wich? has a flavor for everyone

By Tess Furey

Ever play those “what-if” games at parties? The question when I was younger was “What if someone paid you a million dollars to chop off your left pinky … would you do it? It’s amazing what some people say they ...


Don’t let the name fool you ­—No Coast is a tasty sushi stop

By Tess Furey

No Coast? No problem. Grand Junction is roughly 1,000 miles from the West Coast and more than 2,000 miles from the East Coast. But with thrice-a-week seafood deliveries to No Coast Sushi, the unmistakable smell of the sea wafts into this ...


Here’s a family favorite for Cinco de Mayo

By Dixie Burmeister

As my husband, Fred, was watching “Iron Chef” the other night,  the secret ingredient — chocolate — prompted the question, “who eats chocolate in main dishes?” “You,” I said. “Many ...


Join restaurants around the Grand Valley with specials to celebrate Cinco de Mayo

By Tess Furey

Whether or not you visit the Cinco de Mayo celebration Saturday, May 1, in downtown Grand Junction, you can create a little fiesta on your own. With dozens of Mexican restaurants in the Grand Valley, the possibilities are rich. Denver claims ...


Gray Gourmet, April 25, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Lasagna, green beans, tossed salad, tropical fruit, and Italian bread. Tuesday — Potato soup, ham and cheese sandwich, butterscotch pudding. Wednesday — Chicken fajita, chuckwagon vegetables, citrus fruit ...


Gray Gourmet, April 18, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Sliced turkey, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, carrots, ambrosia. Tuesday — Enchilada casserole, corn, tossed salad, fruit cocktail deluxe. Wednesday — Chicken cordon blue with sauce, rice pilaf, peas and onions, ...


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