Chefs, sommeliers, pickle makers need to be poster-, blogger-, and Tweeter-in-chief
Colorado food / Eating / Food trends

Chefs, sommeliers, pickle makers need to be poster-, blogger-, and Tweeter-in-chief

By John Lehndorff Once upon a time (which was not so long ago), restaurants and other food businesses only needed to mail out a handful of press releases to food writers, critics and media to attract attention. Today’s chefs, caterers and bakery owners now face a complex digital landscape littered by blogs, video posts, Instagram, Twitter, … Continue reading

Found in the freezer: A stuffing for all seasons
Colorado food / Food trends

Found in the freezer: A stuffing for all seasons

By John Lehndorff (April 1, 2015) – I found the flattened package hidden behind plastic container of broth, green chile and whole bananas in the freezer the other night. It’s my last package of stuffing from Thanksgiving 2014. Butter-infused mashed potatoes are melded with crumbled and fried hot Italian sausage plus onions, sage and the … Continue reading

Colorado road food: Pork bao, Congolese coffee, and Cuban sweet rolls
Colorado food / Dining and Restaurants / Eating / Food trends

Colorado road food: Pork bao, Congolese coffee, and Cuban sweet rolls

By John Lehndorff May 23, 2014 – The warm, green debut of a Colorado summer season inspires many desires including the need to hit the road to find great culinary moments. Besides stopping at the China Jade in Aurora (above), I’ve recently found some other tastes that are worth the drive. Among them: * Congolese … Continue reading