Posts in Food & Drink
Berniece "Toots" Zipperman's Green Goddess Salad Dressing

Sue Zelickson has Green Goddess Salad Dressing in her blood. Here she shares her Moms’, Berniece "Toots" Zipperman, recipe for this flowing greenish nectar from the past. (Sue says the intensity of green depends on how much parsley you use).

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Candied Pork Belly Cubes

Did you know that pork belly is really another word for bacon? Ross Bowen’s Father’s Day tips ensure you provide Dad with one more reason to eat bacon!

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Half Bottles for High Altitudes

Lisa Elbert reminds us that Half Bottles for High Altitudes means exactly that! That’s why restaurants in Aspen are accustomed to altitude-affected diners, and why Sommelier Greg Van Wagner of Jimmy’s accommodates his oxygen-deprived guests with a half bottle program.

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Spicy Candy is Blowing Up. Mexican Candy Lit the Fuse.

Spicy Candy is hot, hot, hot right now. One unique factor that contributes to this trend is the rising popularity of traditional Mexican candy – which caters to the more spicy and savory flavors popular in Mexico. I think this could be a great Father's Day BBQ topper!

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Kindred Spirits….Literally!

Marty Nopper is an IPA patriot. During his visit to Kindred Spirit Brewery he was drawn immediately to the professional varieties. 1 IPA and 3 DIPAs (Double IPA) beckoned for his approval (they were 7.7%, 8.7%, 8.9% and 8%, respectively). He worked hard to provide these tips, so enjoy responsibly.

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Roasted Sweet Pepper, Walnut, and Pomegranate Spread

Brenda Langton’s Spoonriver Cookbook offers us the opportunity to peek through those large beautiful windows at her Spoonriver restaurant. Her easy recipes will take their seat at your table for a long time. This is one of my favorites!

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