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Category: Food Distribution :: Farm-To-Table
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In Englewood, an accidental restaurateur combines the farm with the table 11.3.2020 Denver Post: Food
"When I hear farm-to-table, I think expensive," owner George Gastis said. "I think we're pretty aggressive with our prices."
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These classic Denver restaurants never get old, even after decades in business 23.10.2019 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Institutions, staples, classics, go-tos: These are the Denver restaurants we just keep going back to.
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After more than a century, agriculture is still alive in Boulder thanks to farm-to-table restaurants 20.10.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
A lot has changed since farms and ranches were flourishing more than a century ago in Boulder County. But amid the ever-expanding urbanization, pockets of agriculture are still alive and thriving.
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RiNo’s Comida taco shop is the latest restaurant to close at The Source Market Hall 23.4.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
Comida is the latest in a string of restaurants closures at the RiNo food hall.
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The woman who pioneered farm-to-table restaurants in Denver retires, sells Potager to new owners 19.4.2019 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Teri Rippeto and her father Tom are stepping down and selling Potager after pioneering the farm-to-table movement in Denver.
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Lost skier spends night in snowstorm in backcountry outside Steamboat Resort 20.1.2019 Denver Post: Local
A skier spent a snowy night in the backcountry after getting lost in the Routt National Forest outside Steamboat Resort on Thursday.
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Colorado deputies collar one of Texas’ 10 most wanted sex offender fugitives 7.3.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
One of Texas' 10 most wanted sex offender fugitives was captured in Teller County this week.
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In rural Colorado, can art provide an economic engine? 30.11.2017 High Country News Most Recent
A small town invests in affordable housing for the creative sector.
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The Kumeyaay poet who’s disrupting nature poetry 13.11.2017 Current Issue
Tommy Pico merges natural and personal history of the arid West from Brooklyn, New York.
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Four fresh shops for Adams County health nuts 1.11.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
See if your favorite farmer's market, vitamin shop, gym and more made the list.
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Fate puts Boulder brewing space back on market, will expand into Louisville and Lafayette 3.8.2017 Denver Post: Business
Boulder-based Fate Brewing's expansion plans include a new brewpub in Louisville's Colorado Tech Center and a restaurant in Lafayette.
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Body recovered from Green Mountain Reservoir; man dove to his death 3.8.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
The body of a 27-year-old man was recovered Wednesday from Green Mountain Reservoir, where the victim had dove off of a high rock but then didn't surface from the water.
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Amid farm-to-table movement, Colorado agriculture attempts to shape perceptions of farming 3.8.2017 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Younger generations are leading the charge on demanding locally sourced food; they’re starting farm-to-table restaurants, making farmer’s markets trendy and paying the price for sourcing their food locally. But, getting the most accurate message out to consumers about where their food comes from is easier said than done.
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Chefs from tiny Utah town named semifinalists for prestigious award 16.2.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Jen Castle and Blake Spalding, co-owners of Hell’s Backbone Grill in Boulder, have been named semifinalists in the 2017 James Beard Foundation Awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program for professionals in the food and beverage industry. Castle and Spalding, who have operated their farm-to-table restaurant for more than 17 years in the tiny southern Utah town, are among 20 semifinalists in the “Best Chef: Southwest” category. The region also includes chefs from Arizona, Colorad...
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Chefs from Boulder's Hell's Backbone Grill named James Beard semifinalists 15.2.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Jen Castle and Blake Spalding, co-owners of Hell’s Backbone Grill in Boulder, have been named semifinalists in the 2017 James Beard Foundation Awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program for professionals in the food and beverage industry. Castle and Spalding, who have operated their farm-to-table restaurant for more than 17 years in the tiny southern Utah town, are among 20 semifinalists in the “Best Chef: Southwest” category. The region also includes chefs from Arizona, Colorad... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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Winter farming in high demand thanks to farm-to-table movement 29.1.2017 Denver Post: Food
By Lisa Rathke, The Associated Press MONTPELIER, Vt. — Demand driven by the farm-to-table movement knows no seasons, so farmers in colder areas of the country increasingly use greenhouses and similar structures to meet wintertime demand for local produce. While crusty snow and ice covers the ground in January in Vermont, spinach leaves sprout in rows […]
Farming: tricky in winter, but in high demand 26.1.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Montpelier, Vt. • Demand driven by the farm-to-table movement knows no seasons, so farmers in colder areas of the country increasingly use greenhouses and similar structures to meet wintertime demand for local produce. While crusty snow and ice covers the ground in January in Vermont, spinach leaves sprout in rows of unfrozen soil inside a high tunnel — a large enclosure covered by plastic film that is warmed by the sun and protected from the wind. “I can never keep up with the spinach demand,” ...
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Community Agriculture Alliance: CAA Market bridges gap between producer, consumer 6.1.2017 Steamboat Pilot
At Community Agriculture Alliance, we continue to be grateful for all of our Yampavores. A Yampavore is a person whose diet consists of food locally grown in the Yampa Valley. Along with Yampavores, we are grateful to those who provide the locally grown food, are committed to Community Agriculture Alliance and give us a mission. These are the farmers and ranchers who sell their products through the CAA Market. Great strides have been made during the past year to connect more people to their food from the Yampa Valley. From my view, we have made local food more accessible. This has not come without challenges, setbacks and ongoing hard work from everyone on the CAA board and staff. I think we emerged from 2016 victorious. One aspect of the CAA Market that has proven itself worthy is the connection between the farm-to-table mindset and the traditional ag producers of the valley. Customers can now buy meat from someone who is ranching locally. This connection is essential, as it is the definition of the ...
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Ditching the bag of chips: How cooking with cannabis is becoming a fine-dining affair 13.10.2016 Denver Post: Food
Chefs are working with marijuana growers to chart the still-very-unscientific world of pairing food and weed.
From farm-to-table to hive-to-plate in the Beehive state 6.9.2016 Salt Lake Tribune
Park City • You’ve likely heard the term “farm-to-table,” where chefs skip the middleman and buy tomatoes, corn, kale and other fresh-produce directly from nearby farmers. Utah chef Ryker Brown follows that timely — and delicious — culinary trend, but takes it one step further by also serving items directly from “hive-to-plate.”&lt;freeform&gt; When Brown — a self-taught beekeeper — became the executive chef at Waldorf Astoria, he placed several hives in an undeveloped area of the resort. In t...
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