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Chef’s Favorite Holiday Recipes

By Elizabeth Woessner | Online Editor It has often been said that a chef’s life isn’t always easy. They spend most holidays away from their families and loved ones cooking for other people. But they do have wonderful memories of holiday foods that they enjoy making, either at home or for their restaurant guests. This holiday season, DiningOut has reached ... Read More »

Chef’s Favorite Holiday Recipes

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By Elizabeth Woessner | Online Editor It has often been said that a chef’s life isn’t always easy. They spend most holidays away from their families and loved ones cooking for other people. But they do have wonderful memories of holiday foods that they enjoy making, either at home or for their restaurant guests. This holiday season, DiningOut has reached ... Read More »

Your Pie HQ

If you’re making a pie in the near future, you have come to the right place. Here, we have gathered musings, tips, and recipes on pie from some of the best local pastry chefs. Recently, we also took a fantastic class at Cook Street School of Culinary Arts on the subject of Holiday Pies. Read on for all of our helpful pie coverage ... Read More »

Wisdom of the Pastry Kind

By Maya Silver | Editor  In a most unlikely location–amidst the hustle and bustle of the area straddling the Ballpark neighborhood and LoDo–is an outpost of culinary learning in a quaint brick building. Since Page Tredennick founded Cook Street School of Culinary Arts in 1999, the school has been providing education to the casual home cook and the serious professional alike. Day in and day ... Read More »

Pie Crust from Post Brewing Co.

Post Brewing Co. Pie Dough Recipe makes enough for one 9-inch pie Ingredients 2-1/2 c all-purpose flour 1 c (2 sticks or 8 oz) unsalted butter, very-cold, cut into 1/2-inch cubes 1 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 6-8 Tbsp ice water Method In a mixer, combine flour, sugar, salt, and butter. Mix on medium speed until the butter is broken ... Read More »

Punch Bowl Social’s Strawberry Melted Leek Quesadilla

Strawberry Leek Quesadillas, Punch Bowl Social

This recipe comes to us from Punch Bowl Social, where recently-appointed Executive Chef Jeff Grimm brings out globally-inspired flavors in a fresh new way. This Strawberry Melted Leek Quesadilla is part of their new menu, rolled out in fall of 2014. Ingredients Melted leeks: 1 pound leeks 2 Tbsp + 2 Tbsp butter 2 Tbsp salt 1/4 c honey 2 ... Read More »

Masterpiece’s “The Basel” Sandwich

Masterpiece Deli has us pretty excited lately. For one, they recently announced that they’ll be serving their signature sandwiches at the Pepsi Center. That means you can nosh on the Cubano, Braised Beef Brisket, Reuben, or Italian instead of a hot dog during a game or concert. In a nod to the fall season, Masterpiece also recently unveiled a new ... Read More »

Pumpkin Pie from Cake Crumbs

Denon’s Grandma’s Pumpkin Pie from Cake Crumbs makes one 9-inch pie Ingredients 1 pie crust (here’s one you can try) 2 c pumpkin filling, canned 2 extra-large eggs 1 c granulated sugar 1 c evaporated milk 1 tsp vanilla 1 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp ground glove 1/2 tsp ground ginger 1/4 tsp allspice Method Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ... Read More »

Spicing Up Halloween

Step away from the pumpkin. Don’t even think about it. Okay, we jest. Cooking and eating copious amounts of this orange go-to gourd of the season is all well and good, but sometimes the overuse of the pumpkin at Halloween festivities borders on overkill (pun intended). We’ve hunted down some creative Halloween recipes–a couple with pumpkin, others without–for you to celebrate ... Read More »

Earl’s Sweet and Salty Fried Pumpkin Seeds

Okay, pumpkin. We surrender to your tastiness. Here’s a recipe that uses the seeds, which you can harvest from a hollowed-out pumpkin for carving, a pie pumpkin you plan to cook with, or any squash. These make an excellent garnish for winter salads and pies, add crunch in a savory squash recipe, and make a great snack, too. Sweet and Salty ... Read More »