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    Eat Your Veggies
    Brenda Himelfarb | Dining , Dining and Nightlife , Healthy Living | July 20, 2016

    Back in the day, talk of someone being a vegetarian conjured up visions of an emaciated, pale looking person who probably lived in or was from California, of course, and didn’t know anything about eating properly. We were all happily eating our deep fried chicken, country-fried steaks and ball-park hot dogs. Winds up that those hippies were right on. […]

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    Farm to Table in the Vail Valley
    Cassie Pence | Dining , Dining and Nightlife |

    During the peak of summer, Executive Chef David Gutowski and his staff clip fresh greens twice a week from Grouse Mountain Grill’s garden plot in the EagleVail Community Garden. They fill two huge garbage bags and return to the Beaver Creek restaurant to wash and spin the mix of organic lettuces. Just a few hours later, lucky diners taste the peak of summer on their […]

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    Chocolate: The Food of Gods
    Brenda Himelfarb | Dining | June 5, 2015

    For chocoholics, just the word “chocolate” evokes feelings of comfort and joy. A feeling that can only be satiated with a taste that takes the craver to nirvana. Somehow words, say, like “cabbage” or “kale” don’t do it. Healthy? Yes. However, doesn’t sound mouth-watering like the sweet sound of the word “chocolate”. History says that […]

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    Tennessee Pass Cookhouse – Our Dream Your Retreat
    Heather Hower | Dining , Dining and Nightlife , Featured Stories | December 28, 2014

    It’s the typical love story: boy meets girl at college. Girl wants to return to her hometown. The couple needs a way to make ends meet.They love the outdoors. They find a parcel of land for sale high in the Rocky Mountains and set about running a Nordic Center. Within a year, they knew they […]

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Dining Stories
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It’s the typical love story: boy meets girl at college. Girl wants to return to her hometown. The couple needs a way to make ends meet.They love the outdoors. They find a parcel of land for sale high in the Rocky Mountains and set about running a Nordic Center. Within a year, they knew they […]

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GoForIt

SONNENALP Ludwig’s buffet is a bounty of good eating from made-to-order omelets with the freshest ingredients to bacon, eggs, sausage, French toast and even to-die-for pastries. Linger over a cup of dark-roasted coffee and ease you way into the day. Ludwig’s in Vail Village is open for breakfast daily from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. […]

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WarmingTheSoul
Joette Gilbert | Dining , Dining and Nightlife | December 9, 2013

Summer’s Not the Only Season for Al Fresco Dining Break out the baskets, blankets and mittens — it’s picnic season here in the mountains. With Colorado’s sunshine and low humidity, the winter weather is perfect for dining al fresco. Whether it be an evening twilight picnic after a day of snowshoeing with friends or a […]

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Daniel Joly Owner/Executive Chef Mirabelle at Beaver Creek Belgian-born Master Chef Daniel Joly graduated from the Culinary Institute of Brussels in 1986. He trained at Michelin Guide Three-start Michelin in Brussels Joly came to the United States in 1988, worked at  Restaurant Million in Charleston, Relais & Chateau in South Carolina. He moved to Beaver […]

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KidRock
ken | Dining , Dining and Nightlife | July 27, 2012

When you show up to a massive event like Vail Snow Daze or Spring Back to Vail, two of Vail’s signature events, it’s easy to overlook all the work that goes into such  large productions. The stage is set up, the artists perform, the audience flows to and fro, getting beer and food from 
vendors […]

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ken | Dining , Dining and Nightlife | January 3, 2012

ProStart gives kids 
a head start 
in the world of food The Cooking Chanel and the Food Network have made cooking cool. Shows like the Iron Chef, Boy Meets Grill and Hungry Girl, to name just a few, have made television chefs rock stars. Even for those who don’t like to watch the shows, chefs […]

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There’s no doubt about it. 
Foodies love to eat! The extreme foodie will fly to Paris for cheese. Some might spend an entire week planning the perfect meal. Foodies can rejoice, however, at the myriad of food festivals that take place in the Vail Valley. No flying to Paris for cheese or to New Orleans […]

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Dover Sole Meuniére

Chef Proprietor Paul Ferzacca presents this delicious favorite Dinner for four.

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Dear VV Mag, Every time I go to Paradigms I get the same thing, the Parsnip Pappardelle. 
I would love to try to make it at home. 
Can you get me the recipe so that next 
time I dine there, I can try one of their 
other delicious-sounding dishes. Thank you. Wild Mushroom Parsnip Pappardelle […]

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Veggie Reuben Recipe from The French Press
Edwards, Colorado Ingredients: Domestic Mushrooms Red Onion Baby Spinach Sauerkraut Swiss Cheese Rye Bread Russian Dressing Preparation Sauté mushrooms and red onion with a little oil until tender. Add spinach and sauerkraut and sauté until spinach is just wilted. Grill Rye bread lightly on one side and then turn […]

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