Category Archives: Recipes

RABBIT ROULADE WITH BRAISED PANCETTA
This recipe combines two techniques I’ve learned from other chefs. Chef David Walford at Splendido’s in Beaver Creek showed me the braised pancetta and his method of…

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BACON WITH BROWN SUGAR–MUSTARD GLAZE

By Betty Rosbottom

The
combination of salty, sweet and tart provided respectively by the bacon, brown
sugar and mustard is what makes this dish so tempting.…

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Ramps appear in the spring, looking a bit like wild leeks but with wider, flatter leaves. They have a delicate onion-garlic flavor. Scallions can be substituted.
1 pound fresh asparagus, tough ends…

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This morning we finished seeding onions and leeks in our greenhouse, the first starts of our spring planting in preparation for the farm season to come. John already planted and covered Walla…

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By Julie Bielenberg
November is National Diabetes month. At Rocky Mountain Popcorn Company, this is a big deal as the company is always striving to offer healthy snacking options for consumers. Here…

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While not originally of Mexican origin, it s a classic spicy marinated fish dish found along Mexico’s Coastal regions. The dish consists of raw fish marinated in fresh limejuice, which cooks…

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Tandori Chicken -Boneless skinless chicken breast marinated in a savory yogurt and Indian spice mix (cumin, garlic, ginger, coriander, chili powder, paprika, lemon juice).  This is the perfect recipe for summer grilling!…

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I’ve been on a fennel pollen kick lately- Fennel pollen turkey burgers one week, then fennel pollen grilled tempeh, and now fennel pollen salmon. Maybe it’s just me and my taste buds,…

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Cherries are Colorado’s first fruit crop of the season, and they are perfect for baking and cooking. Not only are they low in fat and sodium free, they also contain other important…

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Through the looking glass, and what I found there…
“Well,” she thought, “I’ll eat it, and if it makes me grow larger, I can reach the key; and if it makes me grow…

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These delicate spinach dumplings are nudi, or naked, as they are without any type of dough enclosure.
2 pounds fresh spinach (to yield 1 pound trimmed), washed well
½ pound Ricotta, drained…

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Every time I go into Savory Spice Shop in Boulder I seem to walk out with a new project.  Last December my project was homemade vanilla extract.  It’s been ready for a…

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True to form.

“You’re going to put the tops back on?!” he said, “yes…of course you’re going to put the tops back on!”

~ Stuffed Peppers ~

Green onions, ground beef,…

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Bagna Cauda with Spring Veggies
By my Mom, Nancy Eppel
Serve Bagna Cauda with fresh vegetables such as baby carrots, crisp asparagus, radishes, young fennel bulbs, scallions and lightly steamed veggies such as…

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I adore them.
And, contrary to most food-loves of mine, I think this one is because I was raised without them. There are no childhood memories of slimy canned beets to stain…

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