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Green Eggs and Ham, thepatricianpalette.com

Green Eggs and Ham for St. Patty’s Day

Saint Patrick’s day deserves more than celebrations with green beer, although that sounds perfectly fun. How about a rockin’ breakfast of Green Eggs and Ham. I’ve been trying to create this recipe for a few months. For whatever reason, it was important to me to create a green-eggs-and-ham-themed breakfast. The name was just too cute. […]

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Seared Sea Scallops, Basil-Tarragon Nage with Olive, Corn and Asparagus Salad with Fried Pasta

Seared Sea Scallops, Basil-Tarragon Nage with Olive, Corn and Asparagus Salad with Fried Pasta By Elise Wiggins, Panzano Serves 4 8 sea scallops (tab muscle removed, pat completely dry, spaced out on a sheet tray) Basil Tarragon Nage ½ cup fresh basil ¼ cup fresh tarragon 2 shallots (thinly sliced) 2 tbsp olive oil Sea […]

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Photo copyright The Junior League of Denver

Bee Shortage a Buzzkill?

Beeyond the Hive is a Colorado business run by two lovely young ladies who are 5th generation beekeepers. Follow this link and watch Lyle, their father and beekeeper, and learn about Dan Rather’s documentary “Buzzkill” which airs today. A shortage of bees can have a devastating impact on agriculture, and of course, the production of […]

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Photography by Mark Woolcott Photography

Kona Braised Duck Tacos

 The holidays are coming and so are elegant holiday parties. If you would you like an hors d’oeuvre as fancy as your holiday dress, try these Kona Braised Duck Tacos from Chef Kevin Barthelemy of Elevated Catering. The shredded duck is rich and moist and infused with the traditional holiday spices of cinnamon, clove, and […]

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Modmarket's Wintergreen Salad

Modmarket: Where Healthy Counts

If you need to eat out, eat healthy, be served quickly and in style, where do you go? McDonald’s? Wendy’s? Not for me. The clean promise was broken ages ago, and their attempts at healthy menu items can’t be offset by the unappetizing décor of neon-colored plastic chairs and formica-style tables with the mopped-until-they-are-permanently-dirty tiled […]

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Toast: A movie for foodies (and salmon, spinach, lemon salad)

Lemon meringue pie should never be used as a weapon, don’t you agree? This wedge of sunshine, with its charred marshmallowy dome on a sweetly soured lemon curd, shouldn’t be a symbolic wedge between a child, his father, and a step-mother. But that’s what Toast is—a movie about the trials of a child infatuated by […]

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Longer than Six Inches? Pickle the Excess.

We are talking about cucumbers, here—Armenian Yard Longs, in fact. The name suggests something quite more than a mouthful; and, indeed, they are. One of these monster cucumbers could feed an entire family. My garden has had its failures this year, but one of its successes was producing these ribbed cucumber beauties. One cucumber would have […]

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Strawberry Fields Forever

FEATURING: Executive Chef Dana Rodriquez, Bistro Vendome, Denver. One of my favorite memories is walking the streets of Paris for the first time. (Four days of bliss.) The streets were narrow and the cobblestone alleys heavily rutted. The buildings were ancient and ornate with balconies trimmed in frilly ironwork. The air was filled with smells […]

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