What’s Fresh: Chef Duy Pham

I got to sit down with Duy Pham, executive chef at the brand new Epernay Lounge, and talk to him about what he learned in Pueblo, how Epernay's menu came together, and why sous-vide is the next big thing. For i...

Fork It: Zengo Goes Bottomless

Have you experienced the joys of bottomless brunch? No, not just the mimosas, the whole thing is bottomless. Zengo is an amusement park where all the rides are free and admission is only $35. In this case, the ...

What’s Fresh: Paint the Town Blue

A new kind of chocolate shop is open on Larimer Square. I’m always on the hunt for easy holiday gifts. Whether it be for Christmas or just for a hostess gift, I like to have a little something for people t...

Fork It: Fabulous Fall Fare at EDGE

If you think beef tartare is just a bunch of meat, think again. Executive Chef Simon Purvis made it for us in the kitchen ( at EDGE Restaurant & Bar) and I watched as twelve different ingredients were pa...

ColoWeen 2012: Easy Halloween Treats

Looking for Halloween recipes to make your friends go batty? Bring something scary good to your next Halloween party with these quick and easy recipes. Cheesy Movie Mummy This delicious little dish is fast an...

Fork It: TAG Takes on Burgers

Remember Madison Street? They sold burgers to the Congress Park neighborhood, were loved by some and were unnoticed by many. Now they have emerged, like a butterfly, as TAG Burger Bar. They got a lot more color...

What’s Fresh: Dressed Up Wins Big

Recently I got to talk to Aryn Schlichting, co-founder of Dressed Up Salad Dressing, an all-natural line of salad dressings made from vegetables, fruit and flax to add nutritional value to your salad.  After al...

Fork It: Vail Calling

In Vail, Fall is the new Winter. Okay, not really, but Vail in the Fall is an entirely different animal.  You can go for the spas and resorts, or for a good hike, or just to see the leaves change. But you shoul...

Dinner with Grant: Paxia Ataraxia

It shouldn’t be impossible to get a great meal for two on $50, whether it’s date night with your main squeeze or a masculine man-date to maintain your bromance. Don’t settle for another night at your local dive...

Restaurant Week Insider: Panna Cotta Cultist

My girlfriend any I have set ourselves on a Restaurant Week quest: 5 restaurants in two weeks. That's one dinner every three or four days, and a blog to go with it. We'd have liked to do more, but I'm not sure...