Food Road Trip
Take a road trip across America with PBS stations to explore local food from sea to shining sea.
Tricolor Soup This soup requires that all 3 elements of the soup have the same consistency to create the striking result. Find out how to make this dish – and others like it – with the "Savor the Southwest" DVD or cookbook, available here! www.azpbs.org/... Chef: Donna Nordin Course: Soup & Stew Cuisine: American, Mexican Theme: Vegetarian, Comfort Food Time: Soup base – 30 mins White bean soup – 1 hour Squash soup – 1 hour 30 min Garlic-onion puree – 5 mins
Goat Cheese and Crab Rellenos with Fiery Black Bean-Pineapple Salsa How fiery? The salsa is made with the habañero chile -- 17 times hotter than a jalapeño! Find out how to make this dish -- and others like it -- with the "Savor the Southwest" DVD or cookbook, available here! www.azpbs.org/... Chef: Stephen Pyles Course: Entree Cuisine: Mexican Occasion: Cookout, Party Theme: Comfort Food Time: Salsa -- 50 minutes + overnight Rellenos -- 60 minutes
Denver: Now, Denver might not speak to you as a trendsetting place for foodies, but believe me it is! Not only is Denver known for its microbrews, but it’s also known for food trucks such as Manna from Heaven and Big Fat Cupcake Truck, but big name restaurants as well such as Frasca Food and Wine, ChoLon Modern Asian Bistro, Potager and Fuel Café each with their own featured specialties.
Colorado Cellars Winery – Founded in 1978, it is Colorado’s oldest operating winery. Colorado Cellars is a family owned and operated winery, marketing and producing 25 wines and 50 wine based food items from the family's 20 acre Colorado estate. 3553 E. Rd., Palisade, CO
Unbelievably well done video capturing so much of what we love about our fantastic city. Breathless - TEDxMileHigh.
Editor's Choice for Vegetarian Dish: True Food Kitchen
Goaterie – A Group of People with Shared Interests in all Things Goat! — Creative Culinary :: Food & Cocktail Recipes - A Denver, Colorado Food & Cocktail Blog
The Infinite Monkey Theorem, Denver - Best New Places to Drink Wine on Food & Wine
From their trip to Denver during filming of The Great Food Truck Race.
Give craft beer to the beer lover. It beats buying a case of crap, and for the aesthetically-inclined, much of the packaging out there is really well done. I like Great Divide Brewing Company's labels, especially the Yeti beers and their Fresh Hop pale ale. Don't think the bottle is enough? Cozy it up next to beer glasses, wine, food, and other small items in a basket or box.