When you combine Colorado's top chefs with the state's best farmers and ranchers, you get a delicious spread of bites made with creativity, passion and summer sun. At the Colorado Fare event on Friday, July 13, hosted by Slow Food Nations
, guests enjoyed the freshest ingredients transformed into the finest cuisine. The fete helped showcase what the Slow Food movement is all about: sustainable, whole, clean foods found right in our own back yard — in the fertile soil and pastures of the Front Range, Rocky Mountains and Western Slope. Slow Food Nations returns on Sunday, July 15, for a final day of events in Larimer Square.