Category Archives: Colorado Potables

LAKEWOOD, Colo. –For the first time since the repeal of Prohibition, Colorado wineries reported more than one million liters of wine to the Colorado Department of Revenue, an increase of 10.23 percent…

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I have been meaning to share a post I wrote on my blog about my favorite coffee shop in Colorado Springs called R&R Coffee Café.  Well, it is actually in Black Forest…

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I drink coffee every morning, but lately, my morning routine has found a new importance.  I added a lineup of Coffee and Pastry Tours to my Boulder food tour schedule, and have…

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The amazing farmers of Cure Organic

Cure Organic Farm, one of Boulder’s finest organic farms, is now offering classes! Check it out:
Jam Making with Michelle -Sept. 4
Making Tomato Sauce with Thea & Lele – Aug. 29…

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A Wren’s Nest Farm is a family owned micro-farm right near the Arkansas River in Pueblo.  They were awarded a grant from Western SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education) that allowed…

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I am aware that Hotchkiss is not on the Front Range, but I have to sing the praises of this amazing store and adjoining winery we stumbled upon yesterday. On a trip…

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I used to make my own chai, but that was pre-kids… For years I have sought a chai that suits my tastebuds – robust spices perfectly balanced with just a touch of…

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A box of produce arrived at my door yesterday evening. The box read “Door to Door Organics,” printed in green. To my eyes, this was a veritable “Eat Me” bottled potion, and…

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Today marks the end of the 104th annual National Western Stock Show in Denver, and while some may consider this their annual opportunity to don western attire, check out farm animals up…

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5 Herbs for All Your Needs
 When I teach a beginner’s herbal course, I recommend my students choose 5-10 herbs to get to know deeply. This is a great way to…

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Green Wines Today
In California over 5% of the state’s total plantings of wine grapes (over 12,000 acres) are now certified organic by third party organizations like California Certified Organic Farms…

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By Chad Christianson
Despite claims of the opposite, I am a simple person.  We all are.  I love simple things, especially food.  Food should be simple, elegant and, most importantly, affordable.  When…

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