The last place you want to get stuck is in a food desert—an area with little or no access large grocery stores that offer fresh or affordable foods needed to maintain a healthy diet. Sadly, food deserts are a reality in today's urban landscapes—including Denver.
Discover the tastiest taps in Denver on a guided walking tour. A brew expert leads craft beer lovers to three tasting stops. Start at the Denver Beer Company, followed by Prost Brewing, and ending with the Ale House; beer tastings are included in ticket price. Fri 4-6 p.m.
Break out your baskets, it's time to fill them with the bounty of spring. The South Pearl farmer's market has grown significantly from its premier in 2001, when it lasted just one day, with only ten vendors. Today the market spans 22 weeks and boasts more than 60 vendors. Sun 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Some of Colorado's best caterers, wineries, distilleries, and breweries are joining forces for a worthy cause. Enjoy good eats from Catering by Design and Occasions Catering and plenty of wine from Augustina's Winery, Boncquisti Wine Co., and more—all in the name of historic preservation. Proceeds benefit Four Mile Historic Park. Thu 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Join fellow food lovers for a culinary tour of tour downtown Boulder. The Pearl Street walking excursion keeps participants guessing, as the four tasting stops remain secret until arrival. The meeting spot will be revealed, via email, two days prior to the tour. Wed 7 p.m.
The southern Mexican state of Oaxaca boasts premium Pacific coastline and cuisine built around corn, beans, chili peppers, and its famous chocolate. This five-course, cocktail-paired dinner celebrates the tastes of Oaxaca, as part of an on-going regions of Mexico dinner series.
Learn how to slice and roll sushi at home with this instructional class. Chef Shaun Motoda provides step-by-step instruction in creating a variety of sushi styles, including handrolls (cone-shaped), maki (rolls), nigiri (fish on top of rice), and futomaki (Japanese for "fat roll"). Students are welcomed with a cocktail and will indulge in the delicious sushi prepared in class.
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