Boulder has evolved into a destination for dining, and it deserves it. But there is more to life than dining, right? There’s eating. You know, just disregarding everything but the chow. I hope to show you … Continue reading Hole In The Wall, pt.1: Village Coffee Shop
When you think of sustainability and using “every last drop” of something, generally you think of something like energy or water. Fortunately, there are people like Peggy Furth, co-founder of WholeVine Products, who marry … Continue reading WholeVine: Wine is Great, But There is So Much More!
If you aren’t old enough to remember Hazel, the TV show about the kooky but earnestly wise house keeper for the Baxter’s, maybe you recall when Liquor Mart was the only game in town. … Continue reading Hazel’s Beverage World is a whole new booze planet
This is the final ‘chapter’ of a 3-part article about Auguste Escoffier’s School of Culinary Arts’ Home Cooking series. The class was called Culinary India, and focused on home-cooking as it is actually practiced in … Continue reading Culinary India recipes from Escoffier Boulder
Leafing through a forgotten cookbook, a recipe from your childhood falls out on yellowed parchment; you make it and it tastes like home, flooding your senses with nostalgia and comfort. An old friend calls, and … Continue reading Tastes on the Terrace at The Flagstaff House; You Won’t Soon Forget
Recently, I attended a two-day home cooking seminar, Culinary India, complements of Auguste Escoffier’s Culinary School of the Arts, to learn about Indian cuisine. Part one of this three-part story was about Indian traditions and … Continue reading Auguste Escoffier Culinary school really cooks!
Ever heard of a salt that smells like rats but tastes like heaven? Have you wanted to learn how to cook amazing food but don’t really want to leave Boulder for the Culinary Institute of … Continue reading Bombay via Boulder: Indian Food is Cooking at Escoffier
Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, tastiness is in the mouth of the eater. For some people, a basket of scotch bonnet chilies covered in pepper jack cheese and doused with … Continue reading Savory Spice Could Save Your Bacon