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Drunken Barley Risotto with Spring Vegetables

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.

Calabacitas Con Queso

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.

Sprout Salad

Savory spring fare: Enjoy this recipe for sprout salad from Boulder's Leaf Restaurant's chef.

West End Tavern: Three Decades of Atmosphere

Founded in 1987, the tavern has adapted and changed alongside Boulder, but its focus on downright good food and a friendly atmosphere keeps locals and visitors coming back for more.

Boulder Beer: From Goats to Greatness

Boulder Beer Co. has quenched the thirst of underserved beer lovers since its humble beginnings in 1979 as Colorado’s first craft brewery.

Gunbarrel’s Element Bistro offers wild meats and gluten-free frying

Element Bistro opened on Aug. 4, 2016, a partnership between Lee, Tornqvist, and Gaibler and his wife, Tiffinie.

Southern comfort food with a Colorado twist at The Post

VFW Post 1771 offered Lafayette a wholesome place to meet and create a sense of community--that didn't change when the building became The Post Brewing Co.

Affordable and fresh wine and food found at Louisville’s /por/

Louisville's new restaurant serves wine on tap and a whole lot more

24 Carrot Bistro: farm-to-table restaurant in downtown Erie

Chefs Bianca Retzloff and Kevin Kidd opened 24 Carrot Bistro in Erie, and the restaurant is setting the gold standard for farm-to-table in the small town.

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Specialty Cocktails: Tips and Tricks to Up Your Game

How does one expand the imbibing experience without wasting money on a disappointing novelty? Here are a few tips from the pros.

Oxford Farms’ Golz shares recipes for a Winter Feast

Peter Volz and Gail Zucker of Oxford Farms share their winter feast recipes for ♦ Butternut Squash Toasts ♦ Apple Galette ♦ Carrot Soup

Philip Goddard of Boulder’s Greenbriar Inn shares recipes

Philip Goddard shares his recipes for a Post-Snowshoeing or Sledding Sunday Dinner

The Greenbriar’s Philip Goddard shares his recipe for Lamb Chop Mephisto

Philip Goddard of Boulder's Greenbriar Inn suggests Lamb Chop Mephisto for An Impressive Evening. Here's his recipe.

Winter Feasts Recipes: Seth Witherspoon’s ‘The Gang’s All Here’

Sugarbeet chef Seth Witherspoon shares his recipes for 'The Gang's All Here' with Roasted Chicken Soup, Braised Colorado Lamb Shank and Maple Semifreddo

Winter Feasts Recipes: Sugarbeet’s Seth Witherspoon’s Intimate Evening

Seth Witherspoon of Sugarbeet shares his recipes for ♦ Yuzu-Ginger Mignonette ♦ Hazel Dell Shiitakes ♦ Braised C.K. Ranch Pork Shoulder ♦ Blueberry-Hazelnut Crumble

Hearty Feasts for Winter Days

On chilly days our homes often grow warm with family and friend get-togethers. Boulder Magazine asked three local foodies to share their favorite menus...

Organic Sandwich Company: Everyday Farm-to-Table

Organic Sandwich Company is a reasonably priced and delicious fast-casual establishment–and it’s organic and seasonally sourced from Boulder County farms.

Agave’s new menu serves homemade, authentic Hacienda cuisine

According to owner Rene Cervantes, the guiding philosophy of the family-owned and -operated restaurant has no room for compromise when it comes to quality.

Haley’s Homespuns: Apple Butter Goodness

Apple season has arrived. Here’s an easy recipe for apple butter Whether your backyard tree is dripping with ripe fruit or you’ve seen the low apple prices at the grocery store, it’s clear apple season has arrived! Making apple butter is an easy way to hang onto the sweet flavor of your fall apples all […]

Bringing marijuana into the realm of fine dining

A Pipe at Every Table By Kate Jonuska White wine is for fish. Red wine is for beef. By remembering those basics, a food lover can squeak by in most of the wine-drinking world. Of course, youʼre not in most of the wine-drinking world, but in an envelope-pushing state where diners may soon understand new

School-Night Salsa Chicken

With school underway, we can all use an easy go-to meal that satisfies the whole family. This chicken dish requires very little prep and uses mostly pantry and freezer ingredients, so there’s rarely a need to run out to the store to prepare this weeknight wonderful meal. Ingredients 1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breasts or […]

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