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Teresa Farney

Food Reporter

  • Smaller grocery stores help fill table with Colorado products

    Updated: Wed, Jul 30, 2014

    When it comes to buying food these days, what's old is new. Before the days of big agribusiness, people bought food from farmers down the road or grew it themselves. Now, after years of relying on produce and products from huge commercial operations, people are returning to the...

  • Eat Well: App feeds kids' interest in healthy eating

    Updated: Tue, Jul 29, 2014

    Not that you should need an excuse to eat well, but August is Kids Eat Right Month and I've got just the ticket to help you jump on the bandwagon. It's an app for iPads and iPhones by Bean Sprouts titled "Cooking Fun For Kids: Healthy Playful Recipes, Food Games, and Videos for Kids in...

  • Table Talk video: Watermelon agua fresca

    Updated: Mon, Jul 28, 2014

    Watermelon agua fresca (Spanish for “fresh water”) is made quickly in a blender and offers a beautiful, refreshing summertime drink. Watermelon agua fresca — Yield: 2 servings 2 cups cold water 2 cups watermelon (rind removed), seeded and chopped 2 tablespoons granulated sugar...

  • Table Talk: Fiddles, Vittles and Vino offers plenty of music, food and beverages

    Updated: Fri, Jul 25, 2014

    Fiddles, Vittles & Vino X takes over Rock Ledge Ranch, 3105 Gateway Road, 2-8:30 p.m. Sunday. It's one of the best ways to take in some bluegrass music presented by four bands, sample food from 23 local independent restaurants and sip brews and wines from six local beverage vendors...

  • Food & Wine Classic in Aspen attracts top-notch chefs who show off new culinary trends

    Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    With 50 speakers giving presentations over three days, it was hard to decide who would win my attention and precious little time at the 32nd Food & Wine Classic in Aspen in June. I zeroed in on four cooking demonstrations: "World of Eggs" by Jacques and Claudine Pepin, "Bitter Is...

  • Get a taste of former Denver Dry Goods department store tea room menus at special dinners in Canon City

    Published: Fri, Jul 18, 2014

    Al and Linda Ballard, owners of The Ca?n City Queen Anne restaurant and tea house in Ca?n City, are never at a loss for ideas for unusual themes for their special teas and dinners. And, for some of us of a certain age, their newest theme, Tribute to the Denver Dry Goods "Tea Rooms,"...

  • The local farmers markets schedule

    Updated: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    Farmers markets Monday - Broadmoor Community Church, 315 Lake Ave., 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., through Sept. 29, springsfarmers markets.com. - Western Museum of Mining & Industry, 225 North Gate Blvd., noon to 6 p.m., through October, wmmi.org. Tuesday - Fountain City Hall, 116 S....

  • Colorado Springs has some hidden food treasures if you're willing to search them out

    Published: Tue, Jul 15, 2014

    Today we'll take a look at some unusual culinary discoveries: sauerkraut, the Back-to-Basics farmers market and checca sauce. You may have paused at the idea of sauerkraut being unusual. But the sour cabbage made by Anke Verburg - who, with her husband, Mitch, owns Schnitzel Fritz...

  • TABLE TALK: Manitou Springs eatery has new life in new location

    Updated: Fri, Jul 11, 2014

    Adam's Mountain Cafe could be compared to something like a phoenix rising from its ashes, young again to live another cycle. The owners, David and Farley McDonough, were forced to move from their location in the heart of Manitou Springs when the restaurant was ravaged by flooding...

  • Try your hand at cooking a meal in parchment paper for some extra wow factor

    Updated: Tue, Jul 8, 2014

    En papillote. Know what that means when you see it on a menu? It's a French term meaning "in paper." At the very basic level, think of it as a "hobo pocket" you might have made on a camping trip. You layer food in foil, fold the foil closed and pop it on the campfire. In the case of...

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