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OAK at fourteenth
Hot Spot
Downtown, Boulder
$$, Happy Hour, Outdoor Seating, Reservations, Modern, Full Bar, New American, Cocktail
4 Recommendations
Brice Young
Expert
Beverage Manager, Owner, Roaster/Buyer/Barista
Precision Pours
Louisville
4 Recommendations Made
Best Soups in Denver
Guide
November 9, 2015

From pho to chowder to chicken noodle, these are the most satisyfing soups to get you through the cold. Grab a spoon.

Best Sandwiches in Denver and Boulder
Guide

Breakfast sandwiches, open-faced sandwiches, ice cream sandwiches. Paninis, hoagies, and po' boys. Sandwiches are the answers to all of your problems.

Boneless
Guide
April 30, 2017

No bones, but all the goodness is still intact.

Haitian Stewed Chicken | VEGGED
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2:22

In culinary circles, Chef Gregory Gourdet (Departure) is known for his fierce interpretations of classic dishes from all over the world. It comes as no surprise then, that his spin on the Haitian chicken staple of his youth is equally riveting. Plus, it’s never been easier to prep and execute, thanks to Veggie Bullet — a 3-in-1 slicer that lets you focus on the best parts of cooking. Sponsored

Rooted in Tradition | The Food Scene in Utah
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Any vision for the future is useless without a deep respect for what came before. In Utah, chefs create under a lens that combines contemporary cravings with a deeply-held love of place—whether that’s a cookie so beloved it’s become a local celebrity in its own right, or a centuries-old distillery that continues to define modern palates. Join Salt Lake City chef Amanda McGraw [The Copper Onion] and visiting chef-with-a-soft-spot-for-the-slopes, Sarah Simmons [Birds & Bubbles], as they bask in cold, clean sunlight and consider the city through the pages of its trailblazing menus.

A Wilder State of Mind | The Food Scene in Utah
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At its core, food is a story about place. Whether we cook among the chaotic flurry of a city, or on a remote island at the end of the world, our surroundings inform our creations. In Utah, the community that’s taken root in the vast wilderness fosters a uncommonly balanced culinary scene—quietly humble, and fueled by fierce innovation. Join local chef Viet Pham [Pretty Bird] as he shows San Francisco chef Val Cantu [Californios] a few state secrets.

Barbacoa de Brisket | Medium Rare
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3:13

In Texas, Mexican flavors and techniques infuse local cuisine with a sense of place, and provide a backbone of tradition for chefs like Chris Patrick. At Abacus in Dallas, Patrick’s menu is a nod to the great culinary cultures of the world; at home, he relies on a perfected masa recipe from his mother-in-law, coupled with a slow-cooked, classic barbacoa de brisket in banana leaves. It’s the kind of food that turns a dinner table into a giant magnet, and epitomizes the true soul of Texas dining. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare Sponsored

Dry-Rubbed Flank Steak | Medium Rare
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For Chef Brian Luscher, Texas is a never-ending story. If there’s any cut of beef that can fill its pages, it’s the flank: versatile enough for any flavor profile you can dream up, and big enough to serve everyone you love around a Texas-sized table. Chef Luscher likes his alongside the best of the region—roasted sweet potatoes and bright corn salsa—and so do we. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare Sponsored

Smoked Ribeye | Medium Rare
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In Texas, beef is a blank canvas. It has the power to bring communities together, to evoke heritage, and to prompt whole new levels of creativity. For Thai-born, Texas-raised Chef Uno Immanivong, a smoky mesquite ribeye topped with a fish sauce and lime-spiked salsa is as close to home as it gets. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare Sponsored

The Dish That Will Save Your Busy Weeknights
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If there’s ever anything you don’t want to stick to your pan, it’s the pan-fried pork dumplings with ponzu sauce you whipped up after a really, really long day you’d rather not talk about. In this new series sponsored by PAM, chefs show us how the new PAM Spray Pump fits into their at-home kitchen rituals—by combining ease with quality (and yes: by not sticking). Learn more here.

One Day In Austin | Ep. 1
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Want to know how to make the most out of a stop in Austin, TX? For Tavel Bristol-Joseph, pastry chef and co-owner of local favorite Emmer & Rye, that’s easy: Tex-Mex BBQ, backyard Thai, and a night of live music at the best dive in town. Follow along as he shows chef Blake Edmunds of Denver’s Señor Bear the ropes—and listen for the sweet sounds of ‘Running Home to You' by Austin's Bee Caves. Good vibes brought to you in partnership with Visit Austin!

How to Cook in Chinatown
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October 16, 2015
How one chef's personal vision could restructure our relationship to 24 very tricky square blocks.
A Boudin Runs Through It
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Two chefs, 348 miles, and a bottle of antacids in search of the kind of truth found only in a sausage casing.
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