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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
Colorado Craft Beer week comes with its own glass in 2017. The limited-edition 14er pints will be available Wednesday at select breweries. (Courtesy photo)
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Hunter Huffman, sous chef at Till Kitchen, taught a pasta class in February. Photo by Teresa Farney
Mike Girard, pictured Thursday, June 16, 2016, at his tasting room, started 3 Hundred Days of Shine more than a year ago in Monument, Colo., and produces nine different flavors of the Colorado moonshine. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
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
A mathematical symbol of pi on a baked pastry apple pie. iStock photo.
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
Southside Johnny’s, a popular bar, tavern and eatery at 528 S. Tejon St., will close March 26 after a 15-year run, owner Johnny Nolan says. Southside Johnny’s and a handful of other businesses helped lead a commercial revival of downtown Colorado Springs’ south edge over the last several years. (Rich Laden, The Gazette)
Lye in Tea
A sign is shown at Dickey's Barbecue Pit Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014, in South Jordan, Utah. Police say a woman was in extremely critical condition after drinking sweet tea laced with an industrial cleaning chemical at Dickey's Barbecue Pit. South Jordan Police Cpl. Sam Winkler says the 67-year-old woman was eating at Dickey's Barbecue Pit on Sunday when she poured herself a glass of tea from the beverage bar. Winkler says the woman took a sip and her mouth started burning. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)