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Chef Ann Foundation Hosts School Lunch Competition

Sloppy Joe, Chef Ann

$1.25—seems like enough to pay the parking meter, bus fare one way, or even a bottle of water at a gas station. But food cost for one school lunch? Nearly impossible at countless schools across the nation. The reality is, U.S. schools often have to work with the budget of $1.25 per meal to provide lunch for their students. The ... Read More »

8 Top Cooking Schools in the Denver/Boulder Area

While summer has us frolicking outside on patios, in parks, and in the mountains, fall and winter are the seasons we cozy up and stay indoors. We host dinner parties instead of barbecues, warm our feet by the fire with a glass of wine, and when cabin fever sets in, cooking classes make the perfect excursion. The benefits are many: hone ... Read More »

26 Things We Love about Denver, Boulder, and Beyond (#26)

Eureka Truffle Cheese Fries

Boulder certainly wears its “foodiest town in America” moniker well, but unlike Denver—which has seen a mind-boggling influx of new eateries over the last two years—things have been relatively quiet in the culinary bubble. That’s about to change. Including Bradford Heap’s whimsical and wonderful Wild Standard {1043 Pearl Street, Boulder; 720.638.4800; wild standard.com}, which opened after much anticipation in the former ... Read More »

Boulder’s Best Cooking Classes

Boulders best cooking classes

  Boulder’s Best Cooking Classes (2015): Sur La Table About Sur La Table, Boulder’s Best Cooking Classes: Sur La Table began as a single store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, and has grown to over 100 locations nationwide, including Sur La Table Boulder {1850 29th Street, #1004, Boulder; 303.952.7080}. Sur La Table’s cooking class program is the largest non-professional cooking school in the country. Classes last ... Read More »

25 Things We Love About Denver and Boulder Right Now

1. The talent, tacos, and tequila of Taco Junky Boulderites in the know are understandably excited about the city’s revitalization of the Hill. And while we might not have seen it coming, we’re certainly glad Taco Junky {303.443.2300} stepped up to elevate the cuisine in the neighborhood. Using the tortilla as a canvas, the TJ team is composing works like the Manolete with oxtail and puffed quinoa, and the B+OMEGA-3 with salmon ... Read More »