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Supansa Banker, executive chef at 2South Food and Wine Bar, won best small plate, best entrée and Champion De Cuisine at the Chef-Media cook off during the Pikes Peak Food and Wine Expo. Photo by Teresa Farney
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Tylee Creps, champion of the Sodexo Future Chefs Challenge, shows off her Tylee's Famous Granola Cups, a healthy dish for breakfast. Photo by Teresa Farney
Hunter Huffman, sous chef at Till Kitchen, taught a pasta class in February. Photo by Teresa Farney
Chef Victor Matthews used his own Irish Whisky in preparing whisky glazed pork chops. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
Prepared meals delivered to the door is a new concept being developed by owners of Till Kitchen. The meal will consist of two pans of an entree, soup, salad and loaf of artisan bread. Photo by Teresa Farney
Cucumber papperdelle is one of the creative salads served at the newly opened Motif Jazz Cafe paired with lemon basil margarita. Photo by Teresa Farney
Jason Nauert made a career change from construction and law enforcement to go to culinary school to learn how to be a meat butcher. Now he butchers meat, teaches classes and trains military special forces soldiers how to butcher and prepare meat in the field. He was butchering a pig at Garden of the Gods Gourmet Cafe and Market. Sunday, February 26, 2017. Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette
Palirria brand of giant Greek beans baked in tomato sauce can be ordered online. Photo by Teresa Farney
Whole Foods has announced it will close it's store at First and Main in Colorado Springs. The store was still open for business Thursday, February 9, 2017. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette