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    Green Light - Go directly to Jack-n-Grill for true New Mexican chile.

    What do a salesman from Texas, John Elway and a pot of New Mexican green chile have in common? They were all instrumental in convincing Jack Martinez to turn a little chile shop on Federal Boulevard into his own New Mexican eatery, Jack-n-Grill. "I...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 31, 2002
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    The Bite - Chile Today

    When I moved to Denver nine years ago, I didn't realize that there were regional variations to green chile, much less recognize all of their nuances. The sophisticated interplay of heat and flavor found in the New Mexican chile served at Jack-n-Grill...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 31, 2002
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    Consumed - What Are You Smoking?

    After two years of dreaming, I can finally say it: I am an Egg man. My newly achieved status hinges not on some acid-inspired, Lennon-ish trip, but on a real-world thrill. I now own a Big Green Egg, the Pamela Anderson of smokers, the Martin guitar...

    by Marty Jones on January 31, 2002
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    Check, Please! - Readers give our food critic something to chew on.

    Q: I'm trying to find out about the new restaurant in Boulder owned by the chef who started out at Citrus. A: That chef is Seamus Feeley, who now owns Mateo (1837 Pearl Street, Boulder, 303-443-7766) with partners Matthew Jansen and Brett Zimmerman...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 31, 2002
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    The Bite - On the Phoenix food front.

    Meating a need: After a recent trip to New York, Mayor Wellington Webb came down with a bad case of the corned-beef blues -- the inevitable result of eating big, fat sandwiches filled with the good stuff in NYC and then returning to the vast deli was...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 24, 2002
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    Check, Please! - Readers give our food critic something to chew on.

    Q: Where can I find Scandinavian food? A: Head for the hills, to the Tivoli Deer in Kittredge (26300 Hilltop Drive, also known as Highway 74), a charming, romantic place to eat the foods of Denmark, Norway and Sweden while sitting under the heads o...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 24, 2002
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    Cattle Drive - Saddle up, and head south for a taste of the West at Texas Land & Cattle Steak House.

    Eat a bloody steak or couple with a cowboy: Those are the two things that suddenly seem eminently appealing every January when the National Western Stock Show rides into town. I'm otherwise involved in a relationship, though, so a bloody steak it w...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 24, 2002
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    Street Dreams - Tuk Tuk takes casual Thai food indoors.

    Thai cooking celebrates freshness, flavors, textures and colors, and nowhere is this more evident than in the street food of Thailand. Eating on the street is so popular in that country -- for natives and tourists alike -- that entire guidebooks are ...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 17, 2002
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    Order! - Denver jurors hold court at Pints Pub.

    he Jury Room at Pints Pub (221 West 13th Avenue) is a quaintly named nook that's ideal for discussing the day's events over grade-A pub fare. But several times a week, this upstairs meeting room lives up to its name and becomes much more, as juries m...

    by Marty Jones on January 17, 2002
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    The Bite - A judge's ruling beefs things up in the West University neighborhood.

    Residents of the West University neighborhood took a hit a few weeks ago when Judge Anthony Vollack ruled that their beef with a proposed Hamburger Stand at the corner of South Franklin Street and East Evans Avenue wasn't grounded ("Food Fight," May ...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 17, 2002
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    Red All Over - Readers give our food critic something to chew on.

    Q. Where do you go for good, inexpensive, red-sauce Italian? You know, the kind of place where Frank Sinatra would eat if he visited Denver. A. Even dead okay, especially dead Ol' Blue Eyes would cause quite a stir if he walked into an eatery a...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 17, 2002
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    Mumbo Jumbo - No matter what this diner calls itself, the giant portions speak for themselves.

    What's in a name? Plenty, as the owners of the Havana Diner quickly discovered. "People who came here regularly were getting to know us well enough that they'd just tell other people, 'Hey, we're going over to Kathy and Bill's,'" says Kathy Frangis...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 10, 2002
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    The Bite - Closed Call

    The Colorado Restaurant Association is predicting that the state's diners will spend $20 million per day in restaurants in 2002 -- but that money won't help the eateries that couldn't make it past December 31. Several of the closures were no surpr...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 10, 2002
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    Food Fetishes - Life Is Sweet

    Emilia Rickey originally envisioned Emiliana's as a dessert house, a place where Boulderites could go after dinner or the theater for coffee, a cheese plate, an elegant dessert. Although she ultimately expanded the theme to include a full menu, Ricke...

    by Juliet Wittman on January 10, 2002
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    Check, Please! - Readers give our food critic something to chew on.

    Q: I have a friend visiting from Iowa who just came back from Budapest. Her hometown has no Hungarian restaurants. Are there any in Denver? A: Finally proof that Denver is culinarily superior to a small town in Iowa. The Budapest Bistro (1585 Sou...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 10, 2002
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    A Bitter Ending - Tiramisu's food gets the boot.

    The term "tirami su" is Italian for "pick-me-up," an apt label for a confection filled with enough sugar, chocolate, espresso and liqueur to elevate the blood sugar of a dead person. A relatively recent creation, tiramisu (sometimes seen as one word,...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 3, 2002
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    The Bite - Service with a smile.

    Both the owners and employees of Tiramisu (see review above) could use a copy of The Main Course on Table Service, the new book by veteran server David Rothschild, who co-owns the Phoenix-based EATiQuette waitstaff-training and dining-etiquette compa...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 3, 2002
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    Consumed - There Goes the Neighborhood Bar

    For Dave Bryan and his West Washington Park neighbors, nothing sucks like success. Four years ago, Dave achieved his lifelong dream of buying a neighborhood bar, the 43-year-old Candle Light Tavern, just south of Alameda Avenue on Pearl Street. Since...

    by Marty Jones on January 3, 2002
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    Check, Please! - Readers give our food critic something to chew on.

    Q: I'd like to start off the new year by supporting small mom-and-pop eateries. Can you recommend some in a variety of ethnic types? A: Denver's lucky to have so many mom-and-pop ethnic places to choose from. For good, family-oriented Mexican, try ...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 3, 2002
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    The Bite - Leftovers

    At this time last year, I was lamenting Denver's lack of great restaurants, as well as its excess of lousy service. Well, the service hasn't improved much, but several wonderful eateries opened in 2001, and many other eateries got better, so picking ...

    by Kyle Wagner on December 27, 2001
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