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  • Colorado Springs pastry chefs construct a life-size gingerbread house at Broadmoor

    teresa farney teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Dec 11, 2014

    So what happens when you cut 14 chefs loose with 400 pounds of powdered sugar, 300 pounds of flour, 
200 pounds of candy, 120 pounds 
of butter, 100 pounds of honey, 
95 pounds of egg whites, 73 pounds of eggs and 10 pounds of spices during the holiday season? They roll up their white...

  • Colorado Springs chef shows the tricks of making pad thai

    teresa farney teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Updated: Mon, Dec 8, 2014

    Jasmine Andrew, owner of Narai Siam Cuisine, prepares pad thai. Visit gazette.com to view the video.

  • Headed north of Colorado Springs? A few dining options

    By teresa j. farney teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Updated: Fri, Dec 5, 2014

    It's the shopping season, which means a possible road trip to Denver. Check out Earls Bar and Grill, a Canadian-based chain with two locations in Denver: 8335 Park Meadows Center Drive (outside Park Meadows shopping center) and 1600 Glenarm Place (downtown). The menu features...

  • Getting your Vietnamese fix in Colorado Springs

    By teresa j. farney teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Updated: Fri, Dec 5, 2014

    There's another place to get a steaming bowl of pho or crispy egg rolls: Saigon Wings Vietnamese Cuisine, 3712 Galley Road. The buncha gio chay ($7.95) is a tasty way to chase away the chill. It's a mixing bowl-size serving full of vermicelli, lettuce, cucumber, bean sprouts topped...

  • Craftwood Inn in Manitou Springs finds new life

    By Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com -
    Updated: Fri, Dec 5, 2014

    The former owners of a wedding events center in Golden have bought the former Craftwood Inn restaurant in Manitou Springs and plan to reopen the historic mansion in March as a wedding event center after spending about $300,000 on renovations. Kiva Holdings Craftwood LLC, owned by...

  • Winter Park and Tabernash have restaurants featuring local foods prepared with finesse

    teresa J. farney teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Updated: Thu, Dec 4, 2014

    I went to Winter Park on the opening day of skiing but never hit the slopes. I was there to try out a newly opened fine dining restaurant: Volario's in the Vasquez Creek Inn, 78746 Colorado Highway 40. The new property is owned by Bob and Suzanne Fanch, who also own the award-winning...

  • Hungry? New downtown Colorado Springs sandwich shop to give away free sandwiches

    Stephen Hobbs
    Updated: Wed, Dec 3, 2014

    In celebration of Togo’s opening a new location in Colorado Springs, the shop is giving away 1,000 free sandwiches to customers starting this week.   The business, which opens Friday at 27 S. Tejon Street, is giving people the option of choosing from either a Pastrami or Turkey...

  • Trinity Brewing returns medal after shipping, judging errors

    By Eric Gorski, The Denver Post
    Updated: Wed, Dec 3, 2014

    It’s not every day that winning a medal at a prestigious beer competition is unwelcome news. Jason Yester of Trinity Brewing in Colorado Springs just experienced that very feeling after a series of unfortunate events including a shipping screwup and a judging panel that...

  • SudSisters: Hot peppers, beer provide mouth-burning lesson in pairings

    Stephanie Earls
    Updated: Wed, Dec 3, 2014

    "You look like you need this," says a nice man in a yellow volunteer T-shirt, noticing that my face has melted into a briney puddle on the table. "That obvious?" I ask, through a veil of capsaicin-induced tears, as the man refills my tiny beer. The slight exhale required for speech...

  • Marijuana dining in Colorado still on shaky legal ground

    KRISTEN WYATT, Associated Press
    Updated: Tue, Dec 2, 2014

    ASPEN — Acclaimed chef Chris Lanter is talking a crowd of eager foodies through a demo on cooking with marijuana. As he prepares steak au poivre, he describes how to deglaze the pan with pot-infused brandy. How to pair marijuana with fine foods. How to make marijuana's skunky tang work...

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