A good Broncos Party can do more than just raise the spirits of sports fans, it can also give local employers a financial boost to start the year.
At Meadow Muffins Bar and Grill in Old Colorado City, Owner Todd Delahanty says he can almost measure the team's progress... more »
Ginger and Apricot Glazed Duck Breast
Yields 4 servings
4 Ea 8oz Duck Breasts 1 Tbsp Fresh Ginger, Grated 1 Cup Apricot Jam ½ Cup Dried Apricots, Chopped 2 Oz Brandy 2 Tbsp Butter
In a small bowl, whisk together half of the ginger and half of the jam. Lay the... more »
About 500 people turned out yesterday at Pueblo Community College to sample the Grand Buffet. It's a giant spread cooked by Culinary Arts students.
The students worked on some of those dishes for a week.
Those student chefs got plenty of input on the food, as well as... more »
Human cheese may sound more Hannibal Lecter than haute cuisine, but it's an intriguing new menu item at a fancy New York City eatery.
No humans were harmed in the making of the novel new dish; rather, mommy's milk supplies the dairy quotient for the little canapé offered up... more »
Louisiana chef wants to turn a pest into a delicacy and he says he can already taste the profits.
Asian carp are not only posing hazards for boaters, the fish are threatening native populations in local waters. Experts believe creating a public demand for the fish can keep them... more »
A cruise line says the FBI is investigating the disappearance of an Italian chef who may have gone overboard from an American cruise ship.
The probe was initiated Monday morning after the Princess Cruises' Coral Princess docked at the Port of Los Angeles.
Cruise spokeswoman Julie Benson says... more »
Celebrity chef Paula Deen got an unexpected serving of ham - across her face. The Food Network star was helping unload 25,000 pounds of donated meat for an Atlanta food bank on Monday when someone threw one of the hams like a football and accidentally smacked her.
Deen tells... more »