Teresa Farney

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Kick-start your day with a breakfast of oatmeal

By: Teresa J. Farney

Oatmeal. It's what's for breakfast.

And why not? The mix of slow-burning carbohydrates and fiber found in oats is a great source of fuel to start the day.

"There's a reason breakfast is the most...

Table Talk: Junior top chefs in Woodland Park

By: teresa farney

Lauren Stuart, food service director at Woodland Park School District, introduced the Junior Chef program at the district last year. It's designed for students from kindergarten to eighth grade.

"Through our...

Colorado Springs entrepreneur builds community with urban farm business

By: Teresa J. Farney

Bonnie Simon is that person, the one who when presented with a bushel of lemons doesn't skip a beat making lemonade. Simon is the founder of Hungry Chicken Homestead. Her mission? "To support the pursuit of the...

Colorado Springs' daily newspaper calling for entries for fall harvest recipe contest

By: teresa farney

Farmers markets and home gardens are overflowing with fresh produce. What to do with all the locally grown fresh fruit and veggies? Why, get in the kitchen to create a winning recipe to enter in The Gazette Fall...

VIDEO: In the kitchen at Sacred Grounds Cafe & Wine Bar

By: teresa farney

On the road leading to Seven Falls in the box canyon you'll pass Sacred Grounds Café & Wine Bar, 1801 Cheyenne Blvd., where you can get more than a cup of joe.

Natasha Shnaper, over the past couple of...

Colorado Springs resort opens new restaurant at Seven Falls

By: teresa Farney

A new adventure for diners will open Aug. 13: The Broadmoor's Restaurant 1858 at Seven Falls. Kathleen Symons, the chef de cuisine, will be preparing traditional Colorado fare at the eatery, including buttermilk...

On Food: Colorado Springs-area chef puts spin on regional barbecue sauces

By: Teresa J. Farney

Victor Matthews is cookin' up some fine barbecue in that commercial smoker of his. It's only natural: Matthews grew up in Georgia and loved Southern food, especially his grandmother's recipes.

"She was the...

Colorful new kids on the vegetable block

By: Teresa J. Farney

After a slow start to Colorado's growing season, farmers markets are getting into high gear. It's such a treat to go shopping and see what new produce items are out on display. Of course it's wonderful to see the...