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Teresa Farney

Food Reporter

  • Five turkey mistakes and how to ensure they don't happen

    Published: Wed, Nov 20, 2013

    n Thanksgiving, the one thing you don't want to screw up is cooking the turkey. But you'd be surprised how often that was a theme when I asked my friends on Facebook to tell me about their holiday horror stories. Some undercooked the fowl. Others overcooked it. A few underestimated...

  • Winter fun in Colorado: Dining gems easy to find

    Updated: Sat, Nov 16, 2013

    Gourmands new to Colorado may be amazed to find a vast array of surprisingly upscale, sophisticated fine dining establishments in just about every corner of the state. Natives and long-time residents might scoff at such naivet? knowing full well about all the food gems sparkling on our...

  • Winter fun in Colorado: Food and wine festivals

    Updated: Fri, Nov 15, 2013

    Combine the best of all worlds: Eating, drinking and skiing. There are many opportunities to enjoy the good life at food and wine events in mountain towns well known for their winter sports. Here's a few. DENVER INTERNATIONAL WINE FESTIVAL 500 Interlocken Blvd., Denver,...

  • Coconut oil is the latest food trend offering health claims

    Published: Tue, Nov 12, 2013

    Coconut oil is returning to the kitchen, thanks to a boost from those in the nutrition business who have taken a fresh look at the numbers. Those numbers, according to an article in Today's Dietitian by Agla? Jacob, show the fat in coconut oil might raise "good" HDL cholesterol and...

  • Survey hails Colorado Springs bistro as state's top restaurant

    Updated: Fri, Nov 8, 2013

    Carlos Echeandia and wife Marcia, owners of Carlos’ Bistro, 1025 S. 21st St., are as excited as children on Christmas morning. And why not? For the second consecutive year, their fine dining establishment earned the top score in the 2014 Zagat Survey America’s Top Restaurants....

  • Colorado Springs B&B serves delicious hash brown potatoes

    Updated: Wed, Nov 6, 2013

    1 pounds frozen hash browns1/4 cup melted butter1 cups sour cream1 cups grated cheese1/2 teaspoon black pepper1 teaspoon sea salt3/4 cup chopped sweet onion Gwenn David, owner of Avenue Hotel Bed and Breakfast, created a delicious, easy recipe for hash brown potatoes. This is the...

  • Colorado Springs restauteur helps culinary students at community college with scholorship program

    Published: Wed, Nov 6, 2013

    Joseph Coleman puts his money where his mouth is. Coleman, founder of the Blue Star Group, is a big supporter of the Pikes Peak Community College culinary arts program. Over the years, he has hired interns from the school to work in kitchens at his restaurants, including The Blue...

  • Unconventional meats gaining popularity among Colorado Springs chefs

    Updated: Wed, Oct 30, 2013

    What better time to delve into the topic of guts than at Halloween? We're talking offal - the innards and extremities of animals that can be used in cooking or in the production of foods like sausage: brains, cheeks, intestines (chitterlings), feet (trotters), heart, kidneys, liver,...

  • Six bars, six wines on Colorado Springs tour

    Updated: Wed, Oct 30, 2013

    Old Colorado City Wine Bar Tour is underway 5 to 8 p.m. Thursdays. For $48, plus tax and tip, you can visit six wine bars and sample six wines paired with six food samples. The wine bar lineup includes: La Baguette, Motif Jazz Bar, 2 South Wine Bar, Jake & Telly’s Greek...

  • Mexican grill opens in downtown Colorado Springs

    Updated: Tue, Oct 29, 2013

    Azada Mexican Grill, 16 E. Bijou St., has opened in downtown Colorado Springs. It serves made-from-scratch Hispanic-style food. You order at the counter picking from a small menu of fillings that you can have folded into a burrito, put into tacos or poured over a bowl of rice....

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