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Eugenia Bone: one more James Beard finalist with Colorado ties

Eugenia Bone, a cookbook author who divides her time between Crawford and New York City, is also a finalist in the James Beard Foundation Awards, in the cookbook Single Subject category for her 2009 book, Well-Preserved: Recipes and Techniques for Putting Up Small Batches of Seasonal Foods.

Bone's first book, At Mesa's Edge:Cooking and Ranching in Colorado's North Fork Valley, detailed her culinary -- and life -- discoveries after moving West. She also writes a blog for the Denver Post.

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