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  • Did Gordon Ramsay drive Colorado restaurant owners to make drastic changes after 'Kitchen Nightmares?'

    By TERESA J. FARNEY teresa.farney@gazette.com-
    Updated: Tue, Apr 8, 2014

    Gordon Ramsay came to Colorado. He growled at restaurateurs. Now the results of the host of Fox television's "Kitchen Nightmares" season six is scheduled for airing. You can see if Ramsay's grumbling actually rejuvenated the struggling eateries with all the behind-the-scenes drama....

  • Food companies create soy-free tofu, egg-less mayo and reduced calorie chips

    By TERESA J. FARNEY teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Published: Tue, Apr 8, 2014

    Innovative food companies continue to release products targeted at helping those with unique dietary needs. Here are some that have caught my eye. Let's say you're a vegetarian who relies on tofu as a source of protein. Then one day you find you have an intolerance to soy, the base of...

  • Egg whites work magic to make filling omelet for two

    By SARA MOULTON The Associated Press -
    Updated: Tue, Apr 8, 2014

    Leaving aside anything made with powdered eggs (which don't count as eggs in my book), I've never met an egg dish I didn't like. But at the top of my list of favorites is the edible magic trick known as the souffled omelet. The magic is built into the whites of the egg. A three-egg...

  • Taco Bell again pokes fun at McDonald's in new ad

    Associated Press -
    Updated: Mon, Apr 7, 2014

    NEW YORK — Taco Bell is taking another jab at McDonald's in a new ad for its breakfast menu. The fast-food chain will begin airing a TV spot that is set to the tune of "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" and shows a man who has been eating Egg McMuffins since 1984. After trying...

  • Mormon-centric Utah epicenter for food storage

    By BRADY McCOMBS The Associated Press -
    Updated: Sun, Apr 6, 2014

    owering grain silos overlook the main highway in Salt Lake City at the Mormon church's Welfare Square. At grocery stores, there's a whole section with large plastic tubs with labels that read, "Deluxe survivor 700." Radio ads hawk long-term supplies of food with 25-year shelf lives....

  • It's not just your grandmother's matzo anymore

    By LEANNE ITALIE The Associated Press -
    Published: Sun, Apr 6, 2014

    When Amy Kritzer was growing up in Connecticut, her mother made lasagna from matzo each Passover. The holiday, which commemorates the end of slavery for the Hebrews in ancient Egypt, calls for Jews to avoid leavened grain in products such as regular pasta and bread, so it's matzo's...

  • Egg-topped roasted squash bridges winter to summer

    Updated: Fri, Apr 4, 2014

    Just one more squash dish. Before spring truly arrives, I wanted to squeeze in just one more recipe for roasted butternut squash. It's because roasting does such wonderful things to squash. It caramelizes the natural sugars, making the vegetable deliciously sweet. But at the same...

  • The bitters truth _ cocktail bitters are booming

    Updated: Thu, Apr 3, 2014

    Cocktail expert Adam Lantheaume isn't afraid to tell the bitters truth. Making drinks without adding a dash or two of bitters is like cooking without seasoning. "We think of cocktail bitters as the spice cabinet of the bartender," he says. And things are getting spicier by the minute...

  • On Food: Colorado Springs cooking instructor to take group on culinary tour of France

    By TERESA J. FARNEY teresa.farney@gazette.com -
    Published: Thu, Apr 3, 2014

    How does an autumn excursion to France sound? You could join Blandine Brutel on her "Culinary Trip," a 14-day tour from Paris to Lyon. Brutel, who runs the The French Kitchen cooking classes in Colorado Springs, grew up in Lyon and will be returning to France with a dozen lucky...

  • Wine Guy: Wines from Umbria can be a revelation

    By Rich Mauro Special to The Gazette -
    Published: Thu, Apr 3, 2014

    Many travelers consider Umbria, the region south of Tuscany (Florence) and north of Lazio (Rome), to be a "no man's land" in Italy. Those who take the time to visit the area, however, quickly learn that is inaccurate. Umbria is every bit as picturesque and hilly as Tuscany, only...

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