Food

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Viticulturist: Wild vines now result in smaller crop later

By Dave Buchanan

With an exasperated sigh, state viticulturist Horst Caspari grabbed at yet another untrimmed grapevine hanging from a trellis and wove the emerald fuse between two wires. “I know there won’t be many grapes this year in most of ...


Cucumbers 
add crunch 
to quinoa

By Dixie Burmeister

It’s August and that means our local summertime vegetables and fruits are luscious, abundant and awakening our taste buds to the healthy delicious flavors of garden fresh. Home gardens, orchards and farmers markets are bursting with ...


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Savoring the basics

By Rachel Sauer

On his first visit to Palisade, when the vineyards and orchards were only hinting at their lush summer green and harvest was just an inch or two out of the ground, Chef Marcelo Marino stood in Carol Zadrozny’s peach orchard and ...


Sizzle up 
the Fourth with these BBQ ideas

By Dixie Burmeister

My husband, Fred, recently suggested we have some simple grilled hamburgers smothered with slowly sautéed onions and mushrooms. Just plain, good old-fashioned goodness. We had forgotten how good it is. Fred dressed his up with a little ...


Summertime treats can 
make great childhood memories

By Dixie Burmeister

It’s time to celebrate the official start of summer by making some tasty memories that the children in your life will remember forever Here are some that our kids, grandkids and their friends remember. I’ll bet a dollar to a ...


Get ready for Father’s Day with delicious rhubarb dishes

By Dixie Burmeister

This Father’s Day, we’ll be eating my husband Fred’s favorite steak (always beef for Father’s Day) with his Iowa childhood favorite, rhubarb pie. Or will it be the sauce or Grandma’s Rhubarb Cake? Since grilled ...


Having fun with tomatoes

By Dixie Burmeister

I hear that click and I know what he has been up to ... sneaking through the gate and looking every time I come home with more tomato plants. Oh, yes, he knows where they are hidden, waiting to be planted. He’s serious. He built more ...


Slather mustard on burgers off the grill

By Dixie Burmeister

Happy May Day! Here we go, kicking off a busy month with JUCO frenzy, graduations, fishing for the big ones, picnics in the park and in the backyard. It’s also the official beginning of summer barbecue and burger season. The aroma of ...


Be inspired by Easter hams, yams and more

By Dixie Burmeister

Happy Easter! Happy spring! Appearing in refrigerators all over the valley, spring’s fresh asparagus and strawberries plus all the makings for that holiday dinner: fresh green beans, peas, pineapple, citrus, and sweet potatoes/yams, at ...


Freeze frame: 
Flavors last 
in frozen flash

By Dixie Burmeister

Time for another salute to Clarence Birdseye, who discovered the deliciousness of frozen foods by tossing some fish into a snow bank. He then noticed people living in the Arctic throwing fresh fish and meat in barrels of sea water and quickly ...


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