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Cure Organic Farm veggies are manna from foodie heaven

This is the fourth in a series of pieces profiling Colorado-grown products...and what some local restaurants do with them.

"I want to have a relationship with someone who's cooking my food," declares Paul Cure, co-founder of Boulder's Cure Organic Farm. One handshake at a time, Paul and his wife, Anne, have labored to do just that: from passing out organic produce to over a hundred CSA members, to holding pig cookouts and Easter egg hunts, to hosting farm dinners among their rows of beans and beets, to the intensely close partnership they have with the staff of the Kitchen franchise.

See also: - Hazel Dell mushrooms provide Colorado's 'shroom service - Il Mondo Vecchio gets cheeky with guanciale, salumi - Red Wagon Organic Farms: Can't beet its produce!

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Chris Utterback
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