By Claire Walter on March 26, 2014
Boulder makes another “top 10″ list. Boulder chefs, restaurants, mixologists, sports and lifestyle are often lauded on “top 10″ and “best” lists. Here’s yet another for the budding foodies in my health-conscious town. The Boulder Valley School District’s lunches have made it onto “The 10 Best School Lunches in America” on The Daily Meal, a […]
By Claire Walter on March 14, 2014
Such food and beverage producing businesses as wine-making, brewing, coffee roasting or making artisanal foods in Colorado and elsewhere in the Rocky Mountain region are covered in an online publishing group under the umbrella of Company Week.
By Claire Walter on September 2, 2013
Denver food market will put a culinary shine on RiNo Restaurants often have what they call soft openings to work the kinks out of plant and personnel and to provide customers for cooks and servers alike to practice on before their official openings. The Source, a vast, food-oriented marketplace created out of a huge, shuttered foundry in Denver’s […]
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By Claire Walter on August 5, 2013
Is the CroNut already passé in the Big Apple? I recently wrote two posts about the CroNut craze (“New York CroNut Craze Spreads West” and “More About CroNuts“), but CroNuts are so last week. As the headline in the Hot Button blog announced, “Forget about the Cronut. The Ramen Burger is the latest decadent food sensation.” Already? […]
By Claire Walter on August 2, 2013
Los Angeles area another hotbed of these trend-setting sweets Two days ago, I wrote a post about the CroNut craze that started in New York in May and was making its way across the country. Knock-offs of these croissant-donut hybrids soon became available at The Broadmoor and elsewhere around the globe. CroNuts were featured on […]
By Claire Walter on July 31, 2013
Lines at Dominique Ansel Bakery form two hours before it opens its doors. Costumers are crazy for the Cronut, a croissant-donut hybrid that is the current New York obsession. In Colorado, The Broadmoor Donut is a new high-altitude version.
By Claire Walter on June 22, 2013
Beer, wine and the hard stuff from Colorado ingredients It is no secret Colorado is one of the top craft beer producing states in the nation with 160 breweries and counting, award-winning craft distilleries across the state and unique wines.. While Colorado is known for its après adventure libations, many don’t realize the secret ingredients […]
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