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Cookbooks a great way to brush up on history, cooking

By Staff

The timing for this column seemed a perfect fit considering our country’s birthday is Friday. But the idea for this column came a few years ago while visiting my parents. Dad asked if I had seen “The Congressional Club Cook ...


It’s classic

By Staff

Unlike most of the other 4,998 paying guests at the 2014 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, John and Jan Stenmark will take home with them something big, bold and quite unexpected. It’s not a little-known wine from an obscure wine-making ...

Some ideas for adding chia seeds to any diet

By Staff

There it was, calling to me, a bag of chia seeds that have sat on my desk for weeks since my visit with Rhonda Dunlap, vegan expert and great cook. The seeds are incorporated in many of her delicious recipes for texture, taste and health ...


CHEERS! No Worries, Mate

By Charles Ashby

No Worries, Mate I’m sure I’ve said something about not fruiting the martinis, so it stands without comment that also applies to flavored vodkas. Still, I often find myself at microbreweries, and not being a big beer drinker, I ...


Great week of wine capped by Colorado Urban Winefest

By Dave Buchanan

I stopped along the runoff-swollen Colorado River on Saturday night on the way home from the Colorado Urban Winefest in Denver, just to listen to the voice of the river. A very busy Colorado Wine Week 2014 wrapped up with Saturday’s ...


Want to spice things up? Try this

By Dixie Burmeister

My 2014 list of culinary adventures includes visiting area chefs and cooking classes. I did both at the Level One Cooking Class taught by Marcelo Marino, executive chef at the Wine Country Inn in Palisade. Marino and his six students — ...

Point your skis toward these on-mountain dining options

By Dave Buchanan

Here is a short (and extremely subjective) list of some of North America’s best on-mountain restaurants (in addition to Bon Vivant). If you’re a budget-conscious skier, you might want to check the menus before sitting down, ...


Telluride Ski Resort’s elevated dining options lure skiers to a leisurely lunch

By Staff

Mid-afternoon at Telluride Ski Resort and after a morning of hard skiing I was about ready for lunch. Longtime friend (and resort spokesperson) Tom Watkinson and I had been making non-stop runs across the resort’s expert terrain and my ...


Local author spreads wealth 
of knowledge on healthy eating

By Dixie Burmeister

“One thing leads to another” sure applies to me this year with this column. First came my informal survey asking what “go to” cookbooks, websites and other sources you use for recipes and culinary questions and ...

Wine drinking up, but don’t worry about a global shortage

By Staff

On the international wine scene, there’s a bit of confusion about a recent report from financial services giant Morgan Stanley that said global wine production is at its lowest level in 40 years, creating the possibility of a wine ...

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