Food

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Wine Openers: Moscato finds its sweet spot

By Dave Buchanan

There’s long been a saying in the wine industry that customers “talk dry but drink sweet.” That’s more true now than even 10 years ago, given the recent rise in popularity of sweet wines. These range from the ...


On Food: Super Bowl worthy grub

By Dixie Burmeister

Ready for more Big Game Platter Chatter for the event that captures the “heart” of every football fan, even the once a year football fans? Yes. And although we are saddened by our Broncos loss, the parties will continue. ...


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Poster winner works in wine

By Dave Buchanan

A wine-art poster contest won by a poster done in wine. Gary Hauschulz’s Winefest Art Competition-winning painting “Red, White and Fruit” found inspiration ranging from cruise ship guests, an American Pop-art painter and a ...


Sensible foods for January

By Dixie Burmeister

A number of foods have January designated as “their” national month. Other foods have a National Day in January. I’m avoiding the days for cream puffs, blonde brownies, chocolate cake, croissant, whipped cream and so it ...


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Delicious re-creations: Montrose man’s stories, meals make the palate soar

By Rachel Sauer

Sit down at Larry Sims’ table. The settings will be lovely. There will be a nice wine and a beautiful centerpiece. The company and conversation will be excellent. And the food ... From the first bite, and the story that accompanies it, ...


Let citrus fruits spark your meals

By Dixie Burmeister

It always seems that our taste buds are ready for some fresh, wake-us-up healthy foods after the holidays. As I’ve said before, I think January should be National Citrus Month, and, by supermarket ads, it certainly looks like it could ...


It wouldn’t be Christmas without

By Staff

When I saw last Wednesday’s front page caption about cookies, I was ready to ditch this column and start over. What? Someone also decided to write about Christmas cookies in December? Duh, Dixie! But on that food page, I didn’t ...


Holiday dishes, with a dash of pomegranate

By Dixie Burmeister

Years ago, we were invited to join a friend’s family tradition of having a holiday soup buffet with family and friends. Some were asked to bring a pot of a favorite soup along with the written recipe. The hosts had wonderful salads, ...


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Trip to Greece leaves hunger for galaktoboureko

By Rachel Sauer

Three years ago, Christine Gallagher was sitting on a rocky, deserted beach on the island of Antiparos in Greece. The others in her group, including her husband, Gordon, were out swimming, but that’s not really her thing so she stayed on ...


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Entertain guests with winery visit

By Dave Buchanan

It’s that time of year when days are short and the time to do everything that needs done before the holidays is shorter. Many in the wine business know this period as O-N-D, the three months when wine sales peak and customers literally ...


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