2023 Edible Denver Gift Guide
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Colorado Food Works
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by Colorado Food Works
9M ago
A note from Colorado Food Works – The Importance of empowering Colorado food and beverage entrepreneurs and innovators As advocates for the food and beverage industry, we are dedicated to driving positive change and shaping the future of Colorado’s culinary landscape. It is with great excitement that we launched the Colorado Food Awards in 2023. These awards were created to recognize and celebrate the incredible work being done by our members. We have had the privilege of engaging in inspiring conversations with our members over the years, witnessing the amazing growth and impactful contributi ..read more
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Pedal Your Way to a Farm Tour—and Great Lunch
Edible Denver Magazine
by Irene Middleman Thomas
9M ago
Images provided by: Boulder Bike Tours Hundreds of farms dot Boulder County, some dating as far back as the Colorado gold rush of the 1860s, with over 130,000 total agricultural acres and over 1,000 farms. From foothills, mesas and buttes to wooded creeks and stretches of prairie, each farm has a unique feel. In 1967, Boulder became the first city in the United States to tax itself for funds to be used for acquiring and managing open space. County residents also approved the use of public lands for agriculture, and today some 25,000 acres of Boulder County’s public lands are leased to farmers ..read more
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Sky-High for Hops: The Ingredient Earning Its Frequent Flyer Miles
Edible Denver Magazine
by Danielle Gilbreath
9M ago
Images provided by Flyte Brewing Every year during hop harvest season, typically beginning in August, the pilots-turned-brewery-owners of aviation-themed FlyteCo. Brewing board a small passenger plane from Denver to regional hop fields. Once they get their hands on the season’s freshest they make the flight back to the brewery, where they add the bright green aromatic flowers to their brew kettles—a whirlwind trip for a single ingredient. FlyteCo. Brewing’s passion for craft beer is evident in every aspect of its operation, but taking a passenger plane to a hop farm is an example of just how f ..read more
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Head for the Hills: Where to Eat and Adventure this Summer Along the Front Range
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by Carly DeFilippo
9M ago
Images by: Lauren Defillipo When the thermometer creeps past 90 and the city air is heavy with smog, you know it’s time for a trip to the Foothills. Yet while many of us have spent countless hours hiking, running, paddling or shade-seeking in the mountains that define our western skyline, we more rarely head “up the hill” in search of a memorable meal. So this summer, we’ve rounded up a few higher-elevation edible adventures—just a stone’s throw from some of the state’s most scenic parks, lakes and trails. Marigold | Lyons, CO If you’ve been to Rocky Mountain National Park, you’ve likely whizz ..read more
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Everything But The Dirt Garden Salad
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by Judy Doherty
9M ago
Print Everything But The Dirt Garden Salad Course Salad Author Judy Doherty Ingredients ½ cup olive oil Zest and juice of 2 lemons 2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar 1 teaspoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon honey 2 shallots diced 1 tablespoon fresh basil 1 tablespoon fresh oregano 1 tablespoon fresh parsley 1 pinch sea salt 1 pinch ground black pepper 2 zucchini squash sliced 2 yellow summer squash sliced 4 peaches quartered 4 ears corn husked 2 cups arugula 3 small burrata cheese balls cut in half 1 cup cherry tomatoes rinsed and stems removed, cut in half Instructions Heat a grill to medium-hi ..read more
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