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Teresa Farney

Food Reporter

Anthony Ramon, executive chef, has reopened the popular, The Villa, in Palmer Lake. Photo by Teresa Farney
Thanksgiving food is prepared at the Gazette studio on Friday November 10, 2017 in Colorado Springs. as part of the how to take the stress out of preparing the big feast by making dishes ahead and freezing them to reheat on Thanksgiving. (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette).
Homes Rehearsing The Feast
Ruthy Kirwan, of Percolate Kitchen, sprinkles crispy fried onions n top of the bechamel sauce before the casserole is baked, as she prepares her version of the classic Thanksgiving favorite Green Been Casserole, in her apartment kitchen in the Queens borough of New York, Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017. Before actors perform a play for an audience, they run a dress rehearsal to look for kinks that need fixing before the show opens. Traditional Thanksgiving dinner is a big production that can benefit from rehearsal, too, say some veteran hosts. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Bitter melon, added to scrambled eggs, is thought to have healing properties. Photo by Teresa Farney
Phantom Canyon Brewing Co. has rolled out a new menu featuring daily soups including cassoulet served in a bread bowl. Photo by Teresa Farney
Barbecue chicken sandwich at Texas Roadhouse. Texas Roadhouse is offering a free lunch from a limited menu.
The outside of Colorado Springs first year-round public market called the Pikes Peak Market on Tuesday October 31, 2017 in Colorado Springs. (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette).