This week's forecast looks warm -- especially with the twentieth annual edition of Dining Out for Life, a benefit for Project Angel Heart, on the calendar for April 24. But there are other opportunities to do good while enjoying good food this week; keep reading for a taste of culinary events around ... More >>
Spring is officlally here, and important culinary events are popping up across Colorado -- from the annual Taste of Vail to the twentieth anniversary edition of Dining Out For Life, which benefits Project Angel Heart. There are also special dinners, lectures and beer festivals, of course. Keep readi ... More >>
Lawyer/politico and certified barbecue judge has added another accolade to his resume: His first book, Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time, is a finalist for the James Beard award; the winners will be named the first weekend in May. But first, on April 3, he ... More >>
For Scott Ogden and Lauren Springer Ogden, gardening is about much more than a pretty-looking plot. Having designed public and private gardens across the country, the horticulture experts look to engage all of the senses when bringing plant life together. This Thursday, August 29 at the Denver Bot ... More >>
"We became chefs because we're passionate about sharing food with our community and, to me, community is all-inclusive," says Jensen Cummings, co-owner and chef of the Slotted Spoon Meatball Eatery. "We strive to inspire kids and families across all walks of life to come together through vibrant foo ... More >>
It's the sixth anniversary of the Denver Five -- a collaborative dining project from some of Denver's most reputable chefs. And the crew is celebrating tonight with a Five @ Five dinner featuring five paired courses from Matt Selby, Sean Yontz, Ian Kleinman, Kevin Morrison and Jorel Pierce. The loca ... More >>
Harvest Week has begun at the GrowHaus, 4751 York Street. The week-long celebration of Colorado-sourced cuisine is a product of EatDenver, a coalition of local eateries "committed to supporting and promoting the value of independent dining within our community." Thirty-six restaurants from the group ... More >>
There were plenty of frivolous amusements to keep us occupied over the holiday weekend, but the Big Eat, EatDenver's annual food orgy at Union Station, was definitely a bash to remember. "It was fantastic, everyone had so much fun, and the chefs really brought their game," says Elizabeth Woessner, e ... More >>
Jeremy Burns, "Little Friends," Black Book Gallery.You know you're in trouble when you're still shopping and Christmas is just a little more than a week away. Though the most organized folks have finished their gift-buying and are now focusing on tree-trimming, wrapping and baking, procrastin ... More >>
Our culinary calendar is a day late this week -- but the events herein are certainly not a dollar short. Keep reading to learn about the Denver International Wine Festival, cooking classes, A Taste for Life and much more. Here's what's on the menu:
If you can't make tonight's Farm-to-Table Harvest Dinner at Zolo, consider picking up a signed copy of the latest America's Test Kitchen cookbook in Denver or Boulder this week, or dishing with the Kings of Pastry filmmakers. Here's a taste of what's on the menu:
Audrey HallFood writer Eugenia Bone will be at the Denver Botanic Gardens tonight, discussing "The Kitchen Ecosystem" as part of the Bonfils-Stanton Lecture Series. We recently caught up with Bone and asked her what it means to call your kitchen an "ecosystem."
There are plenty of dinners and tastings for oenophiles this week -- plus some beer and St. Germain action thrown in for good measure. Here's a taste of what's to come: Monday, July 26: Frasca Food and Wine, 1738 Pearl Street, presents its weekly Monday Night Wine Dinner. This week, winemak ... More >>
Marcus Samuelsson heats up Frasca.There are cooking classes, specialty dinners and wine events galore this week, including tonight's weekly Monday Night Wine Dinner at Frasca Food & Wine, 1738 Pearl Street in Boulder, which is pulling out all the stops: Attendees will enjoy a special four-cou ... More >>
Lori Midson The chefs from Sweet Basil in VailSeven kitchen guards from Vail's Sweet Basil, including sous chefs Chris "Cactus Jack" Douglas and Chris "Cupcake" Youmans, braved the gales, unseasonably cold temps and rain on Saturday night, when they left the snow-thumped ski resort to cook a ... More >>
The big news in food this week is Earth Day; you'll find a variety of Earth Day specials at various area restaurants, plus a screening of Food, Inc. on PBS to kick things off the night before. Here's a taste of what to expect: Monday, April 19: Dine out today at Dino's, 10040 West Colfax Av ... More >>
Lori Midson Samir Mohammad The Village Cork 1300 South Pearl Street 303-282-8399 www.villagecork.com This is part two of Lori Midson's Chef and Tell interview with Samir Mohammad. To read part one of that interview, click here.
There's plenty going on this week for Fat Tuesday, but if you don't feel like abstaining for six weeks until Easter, don't fret; we've got all the indulgent food-and-drink events to keep the debauchery going for as long as you please, including Wynkoop's 2010 Beerdrinker of the Year brew. Her ... More >>
There are many eating and drinking opportunities this week, including a beer-and-cheese pairing, a tequila dinner and the annual World Tea Festival. Here's a taste of what's ahead: Monday, January 25: Learn how to add the flavor of North Africa to your menu at Cook Street School of Fine Coo ... More >>
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