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Teresa Farney

Food Reporter

A mixture of spices make tasty homemade barbecue rubs worthy of homemade Father's Day gifts. Photo by: Shutterstock
Jay Gust, owner of Tapateria and Pizzeria Rustica in Old Colorado City, has opened Smørbrød, serving Nordic-style openfaced sandwiches like the Lilehammer with roast beef, beet remoulade, horseradish spread, cornichon, cumin and clove cheese (shown). Photo by Teresa Farney
Bobbi Ullman helps her daughter Eve, 3, cut her pancakes Wednesday, June 21, 2017, during the annual Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast in downtown Colorado Springs. The Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo runs July 12-15 at the Norris-Penrose Event Center. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Mandalyn King, owner of The Queen's TEApothecary, makes herbal infused teas, which are sold at Garden of the Gods Market and Cafe. Photo by Teresa Farney
Sandra Young, author of "Visionary Kitchen: A Cookbook for Eye Health" and Heal Your Dry Eyes: Nutrition & Recipes," is a doctor of optometry who lives in Monument. Courtsey photo
Heather Briggs, owner of Gold Star Pies, displays a chocolate cream pie made during one of her cooking classes. Photo by Teresa Farney
Cameron Johnson, 2, center, eats his pancakes while his brothers Blake, 4, left, and Aidan, 7, listen to the live music Wednesday, June 17, 2015, during the annual Western Street Breakfast in downtown Colorado Springs celebrating the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo in July.  (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Cameron Johnson, 2, center, eats his pancakes while his brothers Blake, 4, left, and Aidan, 7, listen to the live music Wednesday, June 17, 2015, during the annual Western Street Breakfast in downtown Colorado Springs celebrating the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo in July. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
The Bistro on 2nd. in Monument is a cozy place to enjoy evening dining on the patio around a crackling fire pit. Courtesy photo
Brother Luck, "Top Chef" Colorado contestant and owner of Four By Brother Luck, is one of the contestants in Cochon555 in hopes of bring home the bacon as winner of the prestigious pig cooking contest. Photo by Teresa Farney