In the 70’s and 80’s in my house, Yuban was the coffee of choice. Needless to say, I grew up hating the smell of coffee. At the ripe old age of 20, I managed to … Continue reading Coffee Lovers Unite! Boulder’s Dragonfly Coffee Roasters is a Class Act
The email came into my inbox as I was brainstorming ideas for my next food write-up; naturally, I took note of the words “Breakfast is on us.” The email was from ModMarket—purveyor of “fast casual” … Continue reading Break Your Fast at ModMarket (29th Street mall)
On a snowy, 27-degree April day last week, my fellow EDB blogger Allan Parr and I took part in the annual Taste of Pearl event produced by Downtown Boulder (this year’s presenting sponsor was Audi … Continue reading Downtown Boulder Rocks the Annual Taste of Pearl
Did you know you can order a tequila margarita at Chipotle? That the pinto beans are now bacon-free? And that front-of-store composting is being launched in 15 Denver restaurants? I’ve always enjoyed Chipotle, and love … Continue reading Vegetarians and Carnivores Alike Enjoy Chipotle’s New Spicy “Sofritas”
From May to October, the downtown Boulder Farmer’s Market is hands down, the Best. Playdate. Ever. Wednesday is the new Thursday. The night to GO OUT. Play. Unwind. Meet new people. Try new things. Appreciate aesthetic beauty. Of … Continue reading Boulder’s Number One Dining Spot on a Wednesday Night?
The latest in the Boulder Chef Series features an energetic, passionate woman you’ll enjoy getting to know through this recent interview. Enjoy! Then go try her cooking. Chef & Co-Owner: Jessica Emich, Shine Restaurant … Continue reading Boulder Chef Series: The People Behind the Food. Jessica Emich, Shine Restaurant
When I saw his chef’s hat, I did a double take. It was a networking event hosted at Tangerine a couple of years ago and I’d been having more fun tasting chef-owner Alec Schuler’s antipasti … Continue reading Boulder Chef Series: The People Behind the Food. Alec Schuler, Arugula Ristorante
End-of-year festivities and family visits can be overwhelming, just at the time of year when what might be best for our bodies and spirits is quiet time with no pressure, stress, or obligations. And just … Continue reading A Kindler, Gentler New Year’s Cleanse