Ken Holloway discovered his passion for food writing in 2010 when he began touring the country for restaurants showcased on the top food television shows. His travels have taken him to all 50 states and more than 300 eateries. He is an avid home cook who enjoys reading and collecting cookbooks and is a hopeful cookbook author working on a compendium of the best American comfort food recipes.
22 days ago | Food News
The thirty-year-old Lakewood deli sells to newlyweds who plan to expand the dining room and bar.
4 months ago | Food News
Jason Ganahl's GQue Championship BBQ will open its second location at Park Meadows Mall in Lone Tree this fall.
9 months ago | Construction Watch
The Curtis Park Delicatessen will open its second location on East Sixth Avenue in April.
11 months ago | Best of Denver
Ordinarily there would be no reason on earth to take a perfectly good steak and fiddle with it. But there’s one happy exception: the Philly cheesesteak. Said to have been created around 1916, this sandwich is an East Coast hit that has slowly spre...
1 year ago | Best of Denver
The Reuben sandwich is said to have been invented just over a hundred years ago, in either Omaha, Nebraska, or New York City (depending on whose story you believe). The hot sandwich is an imposing stack of corned beef (or, less frequently, pastram...
1 year ago | Eating Adventures
Unless you’ve spent a little time in New Orleans, or a lot of time watching food shows on TV, chances are you haven't encountered a real muffuletta sandwich. But you’re going to want to know what a muffuletta is — and where you can get your hands ...