A vegetarian who marries a cattle rancher is featured in the first episode of this season's "The Perennial Plate." The fourth season was filmed in Colorado.
The Boulder-based group that puts on the dinners wants to help people unplug, and to understand what it's like to live with little or no vision.
Colorado is known for its peaches, cantaloupes and even wine grapes. But farmers here also grow potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes and barley for beer. Colorado chefs integrate these ingredients into their dishes and farmers adjust to meet the demand.
A new short film frames last year's Jefferson County School Board recall election as a harbinger of politics nationwide today. Leftover food from Colorado Rockies' home games isn't going into a landfill this year, as it did in the past. It will go to places it's needed, like a day shelter for homeless kids. Also, supersonic air travel may make a comeback if one Colorado Company has its way. And a special guest co-host helps interview the Denver author of a detective novel for young adults.
Green-thumbed Coloradans can try new tomato varieties and other innovations. We hear about them from gardening expert Larry Stebbins.
Lee Mathis is one of the many Colorado entrepreneurs creating food for farmers’ markets and recently won a Good Food Award.
The book weaves multicultural stories together with recipes including collard greens, fruit noodle kugel and, of course, frijoles.
Denver-based Chipotle says it's tightening rules for suppliers after an E. coli outbreak. The push for local ingredients may have a downside.
- Chris Arnold, a spokesman for Chipotle Mexican Grille Inc., has said the company's local produce suppliers may not all be able to meet the new standards.Read more