Food News: December 2019 — Yellow Scene Magazine

Published on: January 2nd, 2020

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Boulder Welcomes Rosetta Hall. It is Boulder’s first food/dance hall which features international fare from West Africa, France, Asia, Mexico, and Italy, a rooftop bar, dancing, and more. • On November 12, the Northern Colorado chain Wing Shack opened a new restaurant in Longmont. Wing Shack is a locally-owned, casual wing restaurant with seven locations in Colorado. The newest addition to the Wing Shack franchise will be located at 1133 Francis Street in Longmont. • American Doll’s 2019 Girl of the Year Blaire is a farm-to-table restaurateur and farmer—a great holiday gift for youngsters inspired by farming and cooking. • For fans of Taiwanese food or for food explorers, Formosa in Louisville is a new restaurant creating inspiring Dim Sum, street foods, as well as traditional noodle and rice dishes. • For the home cooks in your family, consider shopping at the Kitchen Company in Longmont, CO. The locally owned, independent store is devoted to supplying home chefs with the tools, gadgets, and techniques needed to be a genius in the kitchen. • If you like mac-n’-cheese, a new chain called I Heart Mac & Cheese will be opening soon in Boulder. The restaurant concept allows patrons to build their own bowls of the gooey pasta, or cauliflower if you choose, and most any toppings conceived. The chain is set to open in 2020. • Regenerative agriculture is gaining traction across the country with Boulder County farmers like the McCauley Family Farm and the Kilt Farm. The practice minimizes damage to the earth while removing harmful carbon in the soil. • Pecan pie the most popular holiday dish in Colorado? According to Spoon University, the answer is yes. If you are one of the many Coloradans who make pecan pie a part of your holiday, better snatch up a few before they fly off the shelves. •  Mead, a drink often mentioned in holiday classics like “A Christmas Carol,” is one of the oldest alcoholic beverages, dating back as far as 4000 years. This honey flavored yeasty wine/ale is spiced up for the holidays and can be experienced locally at Redstone Meadery where tours and tastes are given throughout December.

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