Hard to believe it's November already, but the holidays are quickly approaching -- and so are some of our favorite traditions, like the Champagne Cascade at the Brown Palace Hotel. And there are plenty more events on this week's culinary calendar; here's what's on the menu:
Lori MidsonIt may be Halloween, but today also marks the opening (finally!) of Pinche Taqueria, Kevin Morrison's taco-hustling brick-and-mortar -- the follow-up to his taco wagon, which was one of the first mobile street food slingers to hit the streets of Denver.
Jenny AnThe homegrown flowers in the Garden Blossoms soup are edible. Noy Farrell doesn't use pesticides in her garden. The chef/co-owner of Taste of Thailand uses ladybugs and beer instead. The ladybugs eat the insects that try to devour her greens and herbs, and a shallow bowl of beer attra ... More >>
Colorado Free University will host a Chocolate and Wine Pairing class with Julie Pech at its Lowry Campus, 7653 East First Place; it runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. tonight and costs $29 to $41, plus a $10 materials fee. Call 303-399-0093 or visit www.freeu.com. And Gaetano's, 3760 Tejon Street, ... More >>
This week in food kicks off with a Fat Tuesday bang and continues with plenty of food and drink to coax you out of your Lenten sacrifices. Here's a taste of what's ahead:
Get raw at Colorado Free University, which will be presenting a Raw Foods 101 class from 6 to 8:30 p.m. tonight at the Lowry Campus, 7653 East First Place. Admission is $44 to $56, plus a $12 materials fee; call 303-399-0093 or go to www.freeu.com. For information on dozens of culinary even ... More >>
Denver Restaurant Week isn't the only news on the local dining scene. This week, the Mountain Sun pub group wraps up Stout Month, Jax Fish House launches Oyster Month, and there's plenty more on the culinary calendar. Here's a taste:
A Flickr photo.There's one week till Valentine's Day, and you'd better believe the restaurant industry knows it; our calendar is packed to overflowing this week with chocolate, wine and intimate dinners. Here's a taste of what's ahead:
A Flickr photo.Looking for somewhere to spend Super Bowl Sunday? We've got a few options -- plus beer dinners, workshops and more to keep you occupied in the meantime. Here's what's on the menu:
You know how they say everybody's a DJ these days? Based on the number of self-produced recordings we receive each week, the same can be said of recording engineers, too. These days, it seems, everybody also has a recording studio, thanks to the proliferation of cheap recording gear. Problem is, ... More >>
A spirit photography class teaches you how to uncover fakes.
If you've always wanted to learn the ins and outs of record production, your golden opportunity has arrived. Randall Frazier, chief engineer at helmet r00m recordings, is teaching a class on basic audio production at the Colorado Free University. The three-session class will cover the basics of audi ... More >>
If taking a class at Colorado Free University will net Funny his wealthy virgin-slut, then back to school he goes.
Business is boomin' at Colorado Free University.
Give me a C! Give me a U! What do you have? The start of the year's biggest scandal.
Freedom cabbies struggle for freedom.
DjUNA Boutique is like a secret garden
Rack and Ruin
Let us eat cake
German sprechen here, mit beer.
Following the path of the shaman just got tougher at Colorado Free University.
Walking Tours by Phil Goodstein
March 18-24, 1999
November 5 - 11, 1998