Large Black pigs enjoying some sunshine and fresh air at Rock Bottom Ranch. —Image courtesy of Aspen Center for Environmental Studies
When most folks think of Cochon555, what comes to mind is a lively nose-to-tail culinary competition and indulgent, porky dishes. But Cochon555 was established in 2008 to promote something deeper: the preservation of heritage breed pigs and the family farms that raise them.
This year, we’re...
March 13 2017, 6:23 PM
Low Country Kitchen is now serving fried chicken and other comfort foods in LoHi. —Photo courtesy of Laurie Smith
Keeping up with Denver's ever-changing, always-growing dining scene can be challenging. For this reason, we bring you “the Highlight Reel,” a monthly recap of everything you need to know about dining out in (and around) the Mile High City. We'll talk about the month's hottest openings and news, as...
March 1 2017, 3:10 PM
What's the best way to describe the interior of Sweet Cooie’s, a new ice cream shop in Congress Park? It’s like opening a life-size Tiffany & Co. jewelry box and discovering an adorable, ‘50s-era soda shop inside. The 1,000-foot sugar emporium is sure to charm patrons young and old with it’s...
February 28 2017, 9:00 AM
From left to right: grapefruit IPA cream, cherry-chocolate with Old Chub, pink lemonade, and Italian zeppole. —Photo by Rachel Adams
Most of us Coloradans are well acquainted with the now-iconic Dale’s pale ale and other canned craft beers from Longmont-based Oskar Blues Brewery. What you may not know is that Oskar Blues—one of the state’s largest craft brewers—also dabbles in a slew of other projects, including a line of sodas...
February 20 2017, 11:47 AM
Telegraph's late-night charcuterie
—Photography by Aaron Colussi
Whether you’re headed out for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a late-night bite, consider this your go-to guide to the most delectable food—and drink!—in Denver and beyond.
Rise & Dine: Denver's Best Breakfast Sandwiches
Our Favorite Diners
Anytime (And Kid-Friendly)...
Clockwise from top left: Fujiwara vegetable knife; Takeda utility knife; Masakage chef’s knife; Shibata utility
knife. Photo by Paul Miller
Carbon Knife Co. is letting home cooks in on a secret Denver’s chefs have long known: A top-grade, super-sharp knife is a game changer, making kitchen prep quicker, easier, and safer. Knife geeks (and former Rioja cooks) Craig Field and Tina Chon opened the store—which also stocks cookbooks and...
—Photo by Sarah Boyum
OHANA ISLAND KITCHEN
Love brought Louis “Louie” and Regan Colburn together a decade ago, and it’s what the couple brings to their four-month-old LoHi restaurant, Ohana Island Kitchen, every day. The proof is in the addictive tuna poke, savory kalua pulled-pork sliders on soft Hawaiian rolls, way...
Indulge with a Chinese hot pot from the Bronze Empire. Photo by Jennifer Olson.
When the flurries inevitably fly this month (Colorado’s snowiest, historically), you’ll find us getting warm from the inside out via Chinese hot pot at the eight-month-old Bronze Empire on South Colorado Boulevard. The communal, fondue-esque dining experience heats up as your server plunks down a...