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Bittersweet Cafe & Confections

A decade into business together, a local couple’s cafe evolves as Louisville grows By Sarah Protzman Howlett Photos by AliveStudios.com When Patrick and Azadeh Walsh were a new couple, Patrick got the bug to start a business on Louisville’s Main Street in one of the buildings his parents had bought a few years prior. Azadeh,

Meet the New Japanese Comfort Food at Osaka’s

Okonomiyaki is the next culinary contender in town By Kate Jonuska Photos by AliveStudios.com Restaurant owner Koji Tamura isn’t surprised many Americans are intimidated to pronounce okonomiyaki (o-kono-mi-yaki) for the first time. After all, sushi and ramen were foreign and unfamiliar words to Americans not so long ago in culinary time, and today they roll

Babettes: Artisan Without Pretension

Babettes specializes in house-made baked goods, pizza and small plates. By Kate Jonuska Photos by AliveStudios.com For its first five years, Babettes was a tiny operation that made huge waves. Bon Appétit singled out their pastry as one of the magazine’s “Best Food We Ate This Year” in 2015, and Thrillist rated Babettes as one

Boulder County Restaurants Open for Takeout and Delivery During Coronavirus Shutdown

The following is our most up-to-date information about local restaurants, and which ones are open for takeout or delivery service. Throughout this evolving situation, we will do our best to keep this resource updated daily. Thank you for supporting your local businesses! The Longmont Chamber of Commerce has also compiled a list of restaurants in

Queen Bee’s Salad

INGREDIENTS 1 pound dried black-eyed peas 1 clove garlic, finely chopped or pressed 1 red onion, chopped 1 green bell pepper, chopped 1 red bell pepper, chopped ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil ½ cup balsamic vinegar ½ teaspoon sea salt ¼ teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon parsley, finely chopped DIRECTIONS Soak peas […]

Publisher’s Peas

INGREDIENTS 1 pound dried black-eyed peas 2 tablespoons olive oil 4 carrots, sliced 1 poblano or pasilla pepper, diced 1 green bell pepper, diced 1 small jalapeño pepper, deseeded and finely chopped (optional) 1 yellow onion, diced 4 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 large celery stalk, sliced (leaves reserved and sliced) 1 smoked ham hock […]

Pop Into Summer with these homemade ice pops

Nothing says summer like refreshing, homemade ice pops. Try these garden-inspired, kitchen-tested recipes for kids and adults.

Summer Heirloom Tomato Salad

Nothing says light and fresh like a delicious salad, and this one from 24 Carrot Bistro is like a summer explosion for your palate.

Summer Sips

The Jasmine Cool off at home or on the patio at Hapa Sushi with this refreshing, crisp signature drink. 1 oz. Seagram’s Gin 1 oz. Aperol .75 oz. Jasmine tea simple syrup .75 oz. Lemon juice Top off with soda water Summer in Alaska 2 oz Hendrick’s Gin 1/4 oz. fresh lime juice 1/4 oz.

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Local chefs chat with Boulder Magazine

Boulder chefs Marcy Miller of the Organic Sandwich Company and John Payne of Spruce Farm & Fish answer our questions.

Get Your Grill On!

Make yours the talk of the neighborhood with these tips Ah, the sizzle and smell of a steak on the grill on a sultry summer eve … Make yours the talk of the neighborhood this year with these tips from Jim Smailer, head chef at Boulder Cork. He knows a thing or two about grilling

Red Snapper Courtbouillon

This recipe for red snapper is courtesy the French Quarter Brasserie

Maque Choux

This recipe for Maque Choux is courtesy sous chef Kameron Bunker of The French Twist Food Truck & Catering

Bananas Foster

This recipe for Bananas Foster comes from Boulder's Greenbriar Inn.

Jambalaya Soup

This soup recipe is courtesy chef Michael Micek of Lucile’s

Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie

Recipe courtesy The Huckleberry Restaurant and Bakery

Seafood Gumbo

Recipe courtesy chef Rob Monahan of Boulder's Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar. Serve with crusty bread and white rice.

Growler USA offers a variety of small-craft beers in a friendly neighborhood setting

If you like beer and a community-based brewery, you are going to love Growler USA. Lenore and Brian Jagerson are the founders of the new Growler USA in Louisville, which is a small national chain that started out as a tiny growler filling station in Eugene, Ore.

Street Eats

At least 50 food trucks and a dozen food carts are making the rounds at Boulder County summer hot spots, including breweries, festivals, neighborhood parties, farmers’ markets, food parks and even a few semipermanent locations.

Spring Salad with Roasted Lemon-Agave Vinaigrette

Nothing compares to the bright, fresh flavors of spring vegetables, so Boulder chefs whipped up these dishes using the tastes of spring: radishes, peas, greens and more. Make them in your own kitchen or visit local restaurants to sample the savory fare they come up with this season.

Spring Pea and Morel Mushroom Pasta

Nothing compares to the bright, fresh flavors of spring vegetables, so Boulder chefs whipped up these dishes using the tastes of spring: radishes, peas, greens and more. Make them in your own kitchen or visit local restaurants to sample the savory fare they come up with this season.

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