Diners can’t always be certain where the food on their plates originates. But with the help of Derek Figueroa, COO of Denver fish-and-seafood distributor Seattle Fish Co., we highlight six responsibly harvested under-the-sea ingredients and the restaurants where you can find them. ...
January 27 2014, 10:53 PM
Candied Meyer lemons infuse this salted caramel budino with a citrusy foundation that’s counterbalanced with tart, seasonal fruit. Plan your perfect bite by scooping up a spoonful of both pudding and fruit. This rendition, which is topped with a pinch of shortbread crumble and a...
January 27 2014, 10:39 PM
After a long day skiing Breckenridge, I’m often tempted to hole up in my condo and order takeout. That is, until I discovered Le Petit Paris Bistrot, a tiny, seven-year-old restaurant just steps off of Main Street. Now, I wind down with a glass of Bordeaux and a cheese plate and watch as owner...
January 27 2014, 10:34 PM
When Strings served its final meal last April, Denver diners wondered what would come next. The answer arrived quickly: Restaurateur Frank Day (known for the Denver ChopHouse, Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, and Old Chicago) signed the lease in May, and Humboldt Restaurant opened its doors in...
January 27 2014, 10:31 PM
= The pounds of cheese sold last February at the Truffle Cheese Shop.denvertruffle.com
January 27 2014, 10:23 PM
Clean oysters under cold running water with a scrub brush. (Do not soak them.) The shells should feel heavy in your hand, and the seams should be tightly closed. Discard any oysters that feel light or are partially opened. Place an oyster’s hinge on a rolled up kitchen towel. Using an...
January 27 2014, 10:15 PM
For more information about how 5280's rating system works, read this post from critic Stacey Brugeman.
When Sushi Den opened in Platt Park on December 24, 1984, Stapleton was still an airport; Ronald Reagan had just been re-elected president; and the Soviet Union had...
The number of books in the University of Denver’s cookbook collection (8,696 of which are either rare or out of print).