Equipment, Featured, Grilling, Smoking

Smokin’

Continue Reading

Books and Cooks, Entertaining, Featured, Live Shows

Books and Cooks: Making Cakes with Robert Hughes

This month at Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library we were pleased to have Robert Hughes

Continue Reading

Entertaining, Featured, Live Shows, Recipes

Entertaining with Food from the Farmer’s Market

Summertime in Telluride means spending time at the Farmer’s Market each Friday.

Continue Reading

Family, Featured

Festa ao Divino Espirito Santo: Connecting with my Portuguese Heritage

ChefBud and I have just returned from a trip to New England.

Continue Reading

Family, Featured, The Kitchen Sink

Telluride Bluegrass Festival Means Getting to Eat Sisters’ Pantry!

ChefBud and I spent most of this weekend at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival.

Continue Reading

Live Shows, Recipes

Making Chipotle Shrimp and Corn Cakes with Lucas Price

Posted on 06 October 2009

Today at the Wilkinson Library in Telluride, Colorado we were very excited to have Lucas Price as our chef at the Books and Cooks program.  Continue Reading

Comments (2)

The Kitchen Sink

Basic Fruit Shake Recipe

Posted on 14 July 2009

The best thing about fruit shakes is how easy they are to make Continue Reading

Comments (8)

The Kitchen Sink

Healthy Eating Discursive Essay

Posted on 13 July 2009

My discursive essay is about healthy eating. I will explore both sides of the argument for and against healthy eating and come to a conclusion on what I think is the best side of the argument. This topic is quite controversial and is often discussed by the media. I personally think that people should be […] Continue Reading

Comments Off on Healthy Eating Discursive Essay

The Kitchen Sink

cooking classes…

Posted on 08 July 2009

You learn so much more about a person when you cook next to them and with them. Continue Reading

Comments (6)

The Kitchen Sink

Kitchen Safety Tips. Your knife could be too dull?

Posted on 06 July 2009

Sharpening a knife sounds simple enough, but many people don’t put any effort into keeping their knives sharpened. Nothing is more frustrating to me than picking up a knife, trying to cut through a vegetable or piece of meat, and having it crush rather than slice cleanly through the flesh. Especially when sharpening a knife is relatively easy once you get the hang of it. And quick. Dull knives can be dangerous, you end up applying more pressure than you would with a sharp knife therefore your hand is much more likely to slip. Continue Reading

Comments Off on Kitchen Safety Tips. Your knife could be too dull?

Entertaining, Menus, The Kitchen Sink

Grand Finale Champagne Brunch

Posted on 30 June 2009

Here are a few of the tasty treats we cooked this year at the Telluride Wine Festival Brunch: Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Entertaining, The Kitchen Sink

Preparing for the Telluride Wine Festival

Posted on 24 June 2009

For those of you who tune in faithfully each week to watch ChefBud LIVE every Wednesday, we apologize that there will be no show today. Continue Reading

Comments (1)

Entertaining, Recipes

Vanilla Crème Brûlée Recipe

Posted on 27 May 2009

Most people love a tasty Crème Brûlée. I have had many variations of this French classic, but I prefer the old faithful vanilla bean. Continue Reading

Comments (0)

SEE MORE ARTICLES IN THE ARCHIVE







Advertise Here

Photos from our Flickr stream

See all photos

Advertise Here

Google Ads