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Serious Eats chimes in on Denver's "unique food trends"

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Denver got a shout-out last week on the food blog www.seriouseats.com, which listed what they believe to be four unique food trends in our fair city. Our fast casual chains, microbreweries, green chile, and Beau Jo's all get mentions.

But while we appreciate that they resisted mentioning Rocky Mountain oysters, and that they recognized some good green chile, we have to ask: Are these really trends? Maybe when Frank Bonanno and Mark Dym start serving honey with their pizzas -- maybe then we can talk, but one pizza chain's predilection for pouring sweet goo on their crusts does not a trend make.

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