Nothing can compare to tasting all the freshness found at the farmer's markets. But how do you decide how or what you’re going to cook with all your fresh produce? Learn how to transform your garden produce or your farmer’s market bounty into some amazing dishes.
Want to enjoy the great Colorado outdoors with something other than the same old sandwiches and chips? Learn how to liven up your picnics or hikes with tasty dishes that everyone will love. Recipes and samples included.
The Slow Meat symposium is a gathering of ranchers, butchers and chefs looking for ways to improve our meat system. Kate Kavanaugh and Josh Curtiss of Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe join 5280’s Food Editor Amanda M. Faison to discuss why eating less meat is better for all, and why knowledge is power—especially when it comes to the dinner table. The trio will reference Dan Barber’s The Third Plate: Field Notes on a New Cuisine, and Nashville super chef Sean Brock’s new cookbook Heritage. Bonus: A demo and a tasting
Discover the cuisine of the various countries and peoples of the Middle East with Monica Kadillak. Enjoy a diverse selection of samples and learn tips and tricks to create a fantastic Middle Eastern meal.
Summertime makes for thirsty folks, and we got the cure: refreshing homemade drinks for the whole family! With the cookbook Quench by Ashley English as our guide, we will reveal the secrets of making traditional horchata, world-class iced coffee toddies, yummy ginger shrubs, and exotic water infusions.
Making your own yogurt at home is fun, healthful and easy. We will discuss heirloom cultures, have a tasting of cultures from around the world, and explore yogurt recipes from mango lassies (a yummy drink) to labneh (yogurt cheese). Yogurt enthusiasts unite!