By 8:30 p.m. Saturday night, the crew was on its sixth dinner in three nights, the wine was flowing, and everyone was getting giddy. But then, James Mazzio had reason to celebrate: He'd just taken over the space in the Icehouse that was formerly occupied by Mise en Place cooking school a little over ... More >>
It's been an interesting past few years for James Mazzio, whose culinary career took a giant leap forward in 1999, when the then-Boulder chef of the long-gone 15 Degrees, snagged a Food & Wine magazine Best New Chef crown. Since then, Mazzio has cooked in numerous kitchens throughout the state, incl ... More >>
Lori Midson This is part two of James Mazzio's Chef and Tell interview. To read part one, click here. What you'd like to see more of in Denver from a culinary standpoint: More chefs going out on their own and expressing their individual culinary talent rather than working for chain restaur ... More >>
Lori MidsonJames Mazzio sneaks a look at his ticker. He's doing a dinner for a hundred people in less than three hours and his cooks need him on the line. It's the final hurrah in his three-month stint at Le Chateau, the French restaurant where he's been cooking since last October. "They let ... More >>
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