Have Fork, Will Travel
Denver on a Dime
Eating up a long weekend in the Mile High City
Denver is a big city with the easy-going personality of the mountain states. While it’s not much bigger than Albuquerque in square miles, it’s denser in population and infrastructure. The city is a warren of neighborhoods with names like Capitol Hill, LoDo and Cherry Creek, and I’ve watched them mature over 30-odd years of visiting friends and relatives there.
Food for Thought
The Globavore War
Making the case for mass-produced food
A major question that locavores have yet to answer satisfactorily, according to the book The Locavore's Dilemma: In Praise of the 10,000-Mile Diet: "If our modern food system is so bad for us, why do we now enjoy dramatically longer and healthier lives than our ancestors?"
Buy heirloom tomatos, participate in gardening seminars, a cooking demonstration, browse the garden trade fair and great food.