The Denver Botanic Gardens features much more than flowers. It also hosts classes that teach you what to do with what you grow, including tonight's Chef's Pantry cooking class, where students can learn to use herbs for healthy and delicious cooking. See also:Small Is Beautiful, From Maine to Mont ... More >>
Whether you want to see Johnny Knoxville dressed like a grandpa, learn which forest plants are edible, or catch a sex-themed comedy show, you can do it in Denver this weekend -- for less than ten bucks! Keep reading for our list of the ten of the best deals in town, including eight that are totally ... More >>
"Colorado just has so much," explains Susan Evans, longtime herbalist and avid gardener. "Most restaurants today try and offer something other than your standard menu, and Colorado is turning into a place where people want to eat what's local, fresh and seasonal." For that very reason, Evans will ... More >>
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History in Boulder presents a Crafting Your Own Herbal Teas workshop with Susan Evans, founder of Chrysalis Herbs. At this free event, she'll discuss how to create your own signature blend from a variety of ingredients -- many of which you can grow ... More >>
Lori MidsonSpecial dinners abound this week -- and even some regular features, such as Vesta Dipping Grill's Menu Classic Mondays, are ramping things up for the season. Keep reading to find out what's new on the menu at Vesta (and elsewhere):
J. WohletzBaked Brie with figs and toasted almonds After being rescheduled thanks to yet another Jackson Street substation outage, the "Scrumptious Holiday Appetizers" workshop finally took place last night at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Instructor Susan Evans of Chrysalis Herbs taught stude ... More >>
Lit'l Smokies, another scrumptious snack.It was lights out for Thursday night's "Scrumptious Holiday Appetizers" cooking class at the Denver Botanic Gardens, 1005 York Street. The event was canceled because of yet another issue with the Xcel substation at 1310 Jackson Street, the same substat ... More >>
A Flickr photo.As spring rolls inexorably into summer, the wine starts flowing, the music starts playing and workshops on everything from soup to Asian cuisine start filling up. What will your week look like? Here's a taste of what's out there: Monday, May 10: Frasca presents its Monday Nig ... More >>
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Mark Masuoka will leave MoCAD after rushing in where angels feared to tread.