2013

What's That Sound: Vol. 9

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December 2013

Where: A kitchen 

What: In our line of work, drinking is part of the job. Drinking caffeine, that is. Lots of it. And while we love our lattes, we're equally fond of tea. Which is why the sound of a kettle boiling is so comforting. Associate editor Daliah Singer recorded this sound during our end-of-the-year rush. 

Recipes: Paleo Dishes from Shine Restaurant

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December 2013

With Paleo dining going mainstream, we asked Jessica Emich, co-owner and executive chef of Boulder's Shine Restaurant, to share a couple recipe favorites. Here are her picks.

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Cauliflower Mashers

(Serves 4–6)

2 heads of fresh cauliflower, peeled, de-stemmed, and chopped into big chunks

1 small onion, chopped

4 garlic cloves, whole

2 teaspoons rosemary, chopped

¼ cup of olive oil

Olympic Preview: More Colorado Athletes Hoping to Make Team USA

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December 2013

In this month’s issue, we introduced you to six local athletes who are strong contenders for the U.S. Olympic Team in a variety of sports. But with our snowy climate and fit populace, it’s not surprising that there are more than just a half-dozen competitors to watch out for. Here, four more names you need to know.

Mikaela Shiffrin

Get Involved: Our Top Picks for December 30–January 5

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December 2013

Be more social. Eat better. Get in shape. No matter your resolution this year, consider tacking on one more: Make a difference. Here are four ways to launch the new and improved you in 2014.

Dwell: Winter Throws & Pillows

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December 2013

Sometimes there's nothing better than cozying up with a mug of hard cider toddy and a perfect-for-winter pillow or throw. Inspired by Colorado Springs artist Bernadette Prada's colorful creations, featured in this month's issue, we present this slideshow of other locally available, oh-so-delightful textile goods. 

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