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Fort Collins Foodie Walk

June 16th, 2020

The Fort Collins Foodie Walk is “a culinary tour of tasty proportions!” Come educate your taste buds during this monthly self-guided Old Town foodie tour featuring new and exciting taste experiences from 12 Downtown culinary shops on the 3rd Friday of each month. It’s FREE and everyone is welcome! Fort Collins Foodie Walk takes place Friday nights from 5 – 8 p.m. in Downtown Fort Collins (19 Old Town Square Ste 230 Fort Collins).   Participating Businesses: The Cupboard Happy Lucky’s Teahouse Ku Cha House of Tea Fort Collins Savory Spice Shop Nuance Chocolate The... Read More

Grand Opening of Bistro Nautile

June 14th, 2020

The newest addition to Fort Collins, Bistro Nautile (150 W Oak St. Fort Collins) will be celebrating their Grand Opening this Monday Jun 15 from 4 – 8 p.m. About Bistro Nautile Bistro Nautile is a French-Influenced bistro owned and operated locally by three Fort Collins restaurateurs who care about food and the people that eat it. Our focus is on truly farm-fresh ingredients. Chef-owner Ryan Damasky partners with a variety of local vendors to provide the freshest seafood possible, Colorado Certified Angus Beef, Colorado poultry and local eggs, greens and vegetables, meticulously prepared and... Read More

Cake Making & Decorating Camp

June 14th, 2020

Do you have a junior chef at home that enjoys desserts? Check out The Cooking Studio’s Cake Making & Decorating Camp, which takes place this Monday Jun 15 through Thursday Jun 18 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. This popular cake decorating camp is for students 8 – 15 years old. We make two different kinds of cake, multiple fillings and lots of frosting. Kids make and decorate two individual cakes. Our instructor is a professional cake decorator and can teach students as many techniques as they want to learn! This camp sells out every year so reserve your spot now! Kids Club Skills Covered in... Read More

At Home Experiences with The Cooking Studio

May 29th, 2020

The Cooking Studio is a place for amateur cooks, corporate teams, kids, couples, and even aspiring bakers to learn, explore, and unleash their inner chef. Led by a great group of chefs, our cookery classes offer something for every level of skill, whether you’re a seasoned pro looking to sharpen your technique or a newcomer to the world of culinary arts. If you’re part of a small business or corporation looking for employee engagement and team building events where everyone can participate, there is no better way than holding a team cooking competition! Searching for something to do on date... Read More

Opening Day at Larimer County Farmers Market

May 21st, 2020

Larimer County Farmers’ Market kicks off their 45th season on Saturday May 23 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the Larimer County Courthouse (200 West Oak Street Fort Collins). There have been some changes made this season, in response to Covid-19. To view these guidelines, please visit https://lcfm.extension.colostate.edu/2020-customer-shopping.   For more fun things to do in Fort Collins this week, check out the latest issue of Fun10FortCollins.   Read More

Teach Me To Grow Plant Sale

May 19th, 2020

Come on by (820 W Magnolia St. Fort Collins) to scoop up some premium quality organic plant starts grown here in Fort Collins in the Teach Me To Grow greenhouse! Wednesday 5/20 and Saturday 5/23 (9-1pm)   Tomatoes Peppers Eggplant Strawberries Broccoli Cabbage Flowers Cucumber MORE!   Plants range from $3-$7 We will be practicing social distancing, of course. PLEASE BRING YOUR MASK! And a box to put your plants in if you have one (we have some too!). Email andrea@teachmetogrow.com for a complete list of what we will have, or just show up! THESE PLANTS GROWN WITH LOVE!   For more... Read More

Where Art Thou, Date Night?

March 29th, 2019

Date nights are hard to come by when you work full time and have been married for what seems like forever. Throw a small child into the mix and you may as well forget about it. Although childless, my husband and I frequently plan date nights together. Oftentimes date night in our house consists of trip to Qdoba for take-out, followed by 30 minutes deciding on what to watch on Netflix. I swear, for a platform that has everything, it’s impossible to agree on one show to watch. Our usual plans were thrown out the window when my husband came home with tickets to see a show at the Ellie Caulkins Opera... Read More

An appetizing new way to see Denver

February 28th, 2019
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There are many ways to experience one of the preeminent cities in the world, Denver, Colorado. A young, active, and diverse community has built a culture like no other, and the payoffs come in many different forms. If you’re like me, one of your favorite new aspects of living in Denver is the world-class food. While not historically known as a culinary mecca, Denver is showing that an old city can learn new tricks! Actually, in 2017, Zagat rated Denver the 4th most exciting food city in the Nation! That said, what better way to see the city then by a food tour? Enter Delicious Denver Food Tours;... Read More

Bites with Blondie: The Neon Lights Shine Bright at Broadway Market

February 22nd, 2019

It’s not every day that you’re invited to attend a private preview of Denver’s newest food hall, three days before they officially open for business. That. Just. Happened. Well, technically that happened earlier this week, and I’m still ecstatic. I have to admit, I’m still getting used to possessing a press pass, so when I am cordially invited to anything that is food-related, I am elated…and apparently I rhyme when I’m thrilled. Oh, boy. When Denver’s first food hall, The Source, opened its doors and introduced locals to the “food hall” concept, I thought, “What is this?... Read More

Cookbooks, What Should You Look For?

December 14th, 2018

While proper knowledge on which knives to buy is essential as there are so many choices in today’s society, knowledge of the food you are making whether it is at home or in the restaurant is easily of the utmost importance. A good portion of the list provided below is based on books I use at home and at work, and I have included a few suggestions by Chef Dylan Montanio and Jeremiah Gray; to make the list easier to follow I have broken it up into the following categories: Essential References- 4 books Alternative Cuisines- 2 books For The Advanced Cook- 3 books Others Worth Noting- 7 books The... Read More