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7 options for dining out on Thanksgiving: Where to go in Colorado Springs

By: Teresa J. Farney teresa.farney@gazette.com

This year, forget about taking on the role of Thanksgiving commander in chief.

Instead of making a roasted turkey with all the trimmings, pick up the phone and make reservations. And, yes, there are several...

Leftover turkey makes dandy stock for soups and entrees

By: Teresa J. Farney teresa.farney@gazette.com

For many, the day after Thanksgiving is a favorite. And, no, I'm not talking about Black Friday.

I'm referring to Leftovers Day, when new meals are created from what's left of the extravagant feast.

One...

How you can avoid holiday weight gain - with help from dietitians

By: teresa farney teresa.farney@gazette.com

Last year, the week before Thanksgiving, Meredy Brownstein, a Colorado Springs-based Weight Watchers leader, asked members at her meeting, "How many pounds do you think the average person gains during the...

The Gazette's 2015 Gift Guide: Food

By: Teresa J. Farney teresa.farney@gazette.com

- SWISSMAR RACLETTE PARTY GRILL

Welcome to the fun world of tabletop entertainment with this unique appliance. Raclette is a delectable Swiss cheese dish. You can grill your favorite fish, meat and...

The Gazette's 2015 Gift Guide: Home and Garden

By: Teresa J. Farney teresa.farney@gazette.com

Home and Garden

- MADE WITH A MISSION CANDLES

These are scented candles made in recycled glass bottles by H2L Glass, a company founded on the purpose of helping Colorado Springs communities. They...

Colorado Springs private club opens steakhouse to public

By: teresa FArney teresa.farney@gazette.com

At long last the public can enjoy food prepared by Ketil Larsen, the award- winning executive chef at The Club at Flying Horse Ranch, 1880 Weiskopf Point, in Colorado Springs.

The club recently opened The...

Colorado chefs have tasty tips for dressing up Thanksgiving sides

By: Teresa J. Farney teresa.farney@gazette.com

We know, we know, the Thanksgiving menu, for most, is carved in stone. But did we detect a few yawns?

To take next week's holiday feast from ho-hum to five stars, we asked chefs for their thoughts about...

Colorado Springs college wins Gingerbread Masterpiece Challenge

By: teresa farney teresa.farney@gazette.com

Three years and counting.

Bon Appetit Management Co., the food service supplier for Colorado College, won bragging rights for the third year in a row for its La Petite Victorian Bakery gingerbread house...