• Stone Soup: How the Paleolithic Lifestyle Got Trendy

    Yesterday

    Here are several excerpts from an article by Elizabeth Kolbert, a long time staff writer at the New Yorker, about her and her family's experience on a Paleo diet. The first day I put my family on a Paleolithic diet,…

  • Allred’s Recognized by Wine Spectator Magazine

    1 week ago.

    Local restaurant is recipient of 2014 “Best of Award of Excellence” Time to raise a glass to Allred’s restaurants  for their recent recognition from Wine Spectator magazine for a 2014 Best of Award of Excellence honor. A 10-year winner of the Award…

  • These Fruits Were Made for Grilling

    1 week ago.

      Martha Rose Shulman, an American cookbook author, cooking teacher and food columnist for The New York Times offers up her experience and recipes for grilling fruit. On the Fourth of July, before the meat and fish hit the grill,…

  • 40 Beers to Put on Your Bucket List

    1 week ago.

    Maggie Hoffman, the Founder and Senior Editor at Serious Eats and an admitted beer fanatic, has compiled a list of 40 beers to put on your bucket list. When it comes to beer, we all have our go-to bottles. But…

  • USA vs. Belgium: If The World Cup Was About Beer

    4 weeks ago.

    "Tuesday afternoon's match between the U.S. and Belgium will pit two countries with burgeoning beer scenes — and a shared love of fries." Bill Chappell, an NPR blogger and producer, explores how USA craft beer ranks against the beer made…

  • 10 Absinthes You Should Be Drinking

    4 weeks ago.

    Emma Janzen, a freelance drinks writer and photographer, discovers and reviews her 10 favorite absinthes in this post in the Serious Eats website. Which absinthe should you buy? It depends if you want traditional or new wave... Absinthe is one…

  • Want to drink like a founding father? Pour some cider, Madeira, whiskey and more

    1 month ago.

    It's Wine Festival week here in Telluride, so why not as Michelle Locke, an Associated Press writer puts it, pour some cider, Madeira, whiskey and wine and drink like our founding fathers. You know George Washington and John Hancock as…

  • 7 Sexy Wine Facts That Will Make Your Date Fall for You

    1 month ago.

    This is Wine Festival Week here in Telluride, so why not some sexy wine facts from The Daily Meal... Uncorked and shared between two potential lovers, wine — particularly red wine, the color of love — is a very sexy drink.…

  • 8 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Grill

    1 month ago.

      If you're wanting to expand your grilling repertoire this summer, check out these excerpts from a post, 8 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Grill, from The Daily Meal. Summer is the perfect time to explore, be adventurous, and…

  • Telluride Wine Festival: Miller & More

    1 month ago.

    Any self-respecting poet of pinot can rattle off a list of reasons why grape is good. For starters, wine complements and enhances the taste of food. “I cook with wine. Sometimes I even add it to the food,” W.C. Fields.…

  • 6 DIY Versions of Store-Bought Snacks

    1 month ago.

    Here's some healthy Do It Yourself (DIY) food snacks from Foodlets.com*: Having kids means having snacks on hand. Try these can’t-miss recipes for homemade versions of supermarket favorites like granola bars, graham crackers, cereal bars and cheddar cheese crackers. They’re…

  • Grilled Thai Spice Chicken Sliders

    1 month ago.

    Here's something scrumptious from Telluride Local, Marla Meridith, the creator, editor, food stylist, photographer and go-to gal for Family Fresh Cooking. These Thai Spice Chicken Sliders were polished off in minutes. OK, maybe seconds. Looking for an amazing Father’s Day or July 4th recipe for…

  • How Chocolate Might Save The Planet

    1 month ago.

    Robert Krulwich has been called "the most inventive network reporter in television" by TV Guide. Krulwich, a Science Correspondent for NPR , gives his take on the world of chocolate and how it might just save the planet. "When you unwrap it,…

  • You Don't Need a Grill to Cook a Great Steak!

    1 month ago.

    Just in case not everyone is vegen, here is something From Tips From The Kitchn: "For years I was convinced that the only way to cook a great steak, and well, most types of meat, was on the grill. And since…

  • 8 Fun Facts About Avocados

    2 months ago.

    Avocado Spread European sailors on their way to the New World used avocados in place of butter. Avocado Varieties There are more than 80 varieties of avocados. The most common is the year-round Hass avocado, whose original mother tree still…

  • Favorite Ways to Cook Chicken

    3 months ago.

    Chicken's universal appeal is pretty logical: It can be roasted or braised, fried or grilled, cooked whole or nuggeted and dipped in ketchup. Plus, we love that it's a blank canvas for flavor, just as happy bathed in lemon and…