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Boulder Weekly: Feast

Foraging for mushrooms and meaning in the Colorado mountains

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Boulder Mag: Japango

Sushi has made inroads across America, but landlocked Boulder’s passion for sushi and Japanese cuisine today must be credited at least in part to Japango, the Pearl Street fixture where for the last 20 years, generations of locals have received their delicious sushi educations.

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Boulder Mag: Tandoori Grill

I profiled a Boulder locals’ favorite, Tandoori Grill, for the summer edition of Boulder Magazine. I have to say, the “super saag” is super delicious! Click here to read the article — and see the rest of the Summer 2019 Boulder Magazine.

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Boulder Mag: Chimera

This article appears in the Winter 2018-Spring 2019 issue of Boulder Magazine.  Edwin Zoe lets his belly drive the masterful adaptation of Pan-Asian cuisine at Chimera BY KATE JONUSKA PHOTOS BY LUKAS CROSBY By definition, a chimera is magical. In folklore, it’s a single creature composed of the parts of different animals. In modern science, […]

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Boulder Weekly: Food Trucking Along

My local indie paper, Boulder Weekly, recently published their first edition of a new food magazine, Feast, and I’m thrilled that my article about food trucking is included. You can find this little beauty inserted in this week’s Weekly, see it online any time via the virtual edition, or read the piece in full below. […]

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Restaurants: Flower Child

I was thrilled to get a behind-the-scenes look at a new chain eatery opening its first Colorado location this weekend at the Flower Child soft open. Food writing may not pay a ton, but there are perks! And my lunch at Flower Child was certainly a treat. My first impression of the place, which has churned through […]

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Boulder Mag: Dogs with Jobs

Service dogs and therapy animals are specially trained for their jobs By Kate Jonuska Some dogs go on walks or hikes. A few pups perform tricks, like shaking hands. Others lead a different kind of dog’s life: Lotus helps her visually impaired owner navigate. Lemon makes school more fun and relaxing for children with autism. […]

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BOULDER MAG: Chefs as Advocates

Today’s chefs are increasingly expected to be advocates and educators By Kate Jonuska This article published in the Winter 2017/2018 edition of Boulder Magazine. Who do we trust? Only 41 percent of us answer “the government,” according to the 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer, an annual report that measures consumer confidence. Not the media or business, […]

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