Teresa Farney

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On Food: Some new ways to spice up summer - or any other season

By: Teresa J. Farney

Today I'm offering a peek inside my refrigerator. That's where you'll find some spicy condiments that were new to me not so long ago.

Since it's summer, we're firing up the grill almost nightly. And, more...

Cookbook authors cover healthy eating in new books

By: Teresa J. Farney

A couple of interesting cookbooks crossed my desk recently: "Beyond the Mediterranean Diet - European Secrets of the Super-Healthy" and "Secrets of Healthy Cooking - A Guide to Simplifying the Art of Heart Healthy...

On Food: Michelle Bernstein takes bold flavors to new heights at Aspen Food & Wine Classic

By: Teresa J. Farney

Michelle Bernstein made a big impression on me last month at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. Not only did I drop in at the "Bernstein's Bites" demonstration, I returned to her cooking studio the next day for...

Well-known Colorado Springs chef bowing out after long career

By: teresa farney

Lawrence "Chip" Johnson has hung up his knife roll.

The former owner and executive chef of The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery, 25 W. Cimmarron St., announced via email June 23 at 6:20 p.m., "I am departing...

S'mores get new flavors with varied ingredients

By: Teresa J. Farney

That gooey, chocolatey, crunchy, quintessential American campfire treat is getting a makeover.

S'mores are turning up in unexpected sweet settings and savory dishes and even being transformed into adult...

Eat well: Asian hot pots bring loads of veggies to the dining table

By: Teresa J. Farney

Andrew Zimmern is obsessed with Asian hot pot meals. This I learned during his cooking demonstration, Amazing Asian Hot Pots, at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, held the third weekend in June.

Zimmern is...

The Winery at Pikes Peak in Cascade serves light lunches, sweets, espresso and wine

By: teresa farney

On our recent return from the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen we planned to drop in at The Wines of Colorado in Cascade for lunch. The place was hopping. And for good reason. The food is always great and the patio...

Colorado Springs retired military dads cook up new food-related businesses

By: teresa farney

With a trio of distinct, tasty products, three local military veterans have built businesses in the years after serving their country. This Father's Day, we'd like to honor these dads and the products - pizza, hot...