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TasteSavorLogo14The Broadmoor welcomes world renowned chefs, mixologists, and personalities March 5 -8 to share their expertise on a multitude of topics. Stay for the whole weekend, or just a day to meet the incredible talent that will satisfy all your foodie cravings. With hundreds of wines, cocktails, and dishes for you to try, there is no doubt you will leave with an experience to remember for a lifetime.

Join us on Thursday night for a reception to welcome our esteemed group of renowned chefs and beverage experts from all over the country by sharing hors-d’oeuvre and a special presentation of Colorado spirits.

Starting Friday, Taste and Savor provides a variety of engaging and interactive seminars to choose between. From wine and cocktails to savory dishes you have the opportunity to gain knowledge on topics of your interest.

jessicaJessica Koslow will transform your outlook on canning and preserving with her unique techniques. In 2011, Jessica started Sqirl, a now, highly-regarded preserve company that focuses on using produce from family-owned farms, in close proximity to Los Angeles,that practice sustainable, certified organic methods. Sqirl, the chef driven breakfast and lunch restaurant followed, which LA Weekly placed at #9 and LA Magazine slotted as the #7 best restaurant in Los Angeles for 2014. She also received Eater LA Best Chef of 2014. Jessica was one of 100 chefs in the US to be nominated for F&W’s Food and Wine’s People’s Choice Chef of the Year and has just been named a Los Angeles RISING STAR by the industry’s leading magazine, Star Chefs. Learn all about canning and preserving from one of the best in the nation on Friday.

After a full day of seminars, we invite you to join our exclusive al la carte themed dinner options featuring top beverage experts. If you care for wines, enjoy an evening with Frédéric Drouhin in Penrose Room that highlight Maison Drouhin wines, or a Tuscan Wine Dinner featuring Col d’Orcia at Ristornate del Lago. There will be a Southern Heritage Dinner featuring Maker’s Mark ambassador Jane Connor at La Taverne. Additionally, join us at the Golden Bee for a Colorado Microbrew Dinner presented by Beer Chicks Christina Perozzi.

Thanks to the Lavazza Coffee Cafe, Saturday morning starts another day of stimulating seminars to choose from. There will also be a panel discussion hosted by Steve Olson and Sissy Biggers that will give you insight from the other chefs and talents joining Taste and Savor.

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Johnathan Sundstrom will be hosting a seminar about Northwestern food. He has achieved some of the most prestigious culinary awards; including, the James Beard Award for Best Chef Northwest in 2007, and was a semi-finalist for the James Beard Award Outstanding Chef USA in 2014. His highly successful restaurants Lark, Bitter/Raw, Slab Sandwiches + Pie in Seattle showcase his outstanding abilities to produce northwestern food. His seminar at Taste and Savor will portray “Cooking Through his Three Seasons: A Discussion about Life and Cooking in the Northwest.” Sundstrom’s extensive knowledge and skills will provide a fascinating outlook that you won’t want to miss.

WG cocktailsTo end the day, there will be an Evening Gala. Enjoy signature dishes and drinks prepared by our esteemed group of renowned chefs and beverage experts at Taste and Savor’s signature event. The Gala will include an assortment of specialty wines brought in specifically for Taste and Savor by the wine specialists. Enjoy three different types of cocktails created for this event by the esteemed mixologist Sean Kenyon from Williams and Graham in Denver. Classic dishes will be prepared by the prestigious chefs joining us that weekend for a final impressive dining experience.

To conclude the weekend, enjoy our famous Sunday Brunch featuring “Circa 1918 Brunch Libations.” This final event, hosted by Steve Olson, with turn of the century cocktails prepared by Award-winning Mixologists Tony Abu-Ganim and Sean Kenyon will send you home knowing you enjoyed something to remember for a lifetime.

All weekend you will have the opportunity to meet and learn from renowned chefs and beverage experts. Taste and Savor will provide you with an unforgettable experience. Further your culinary and beverage knowledge while enjoying prestigious foods at The Broadmoor, because only the best #TasteandSavor2015.


Tastings Blog – Meet Johnathan Sundstrom of Lark, Bitter/Raw, Slab Sandwiches + Pie

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John Sundstrom is a graduate of the New England Culinary Institute and completed a four-year apprenticed with classically trained sushi chef Yasuyuki Shigarami. After eight years of cooking in Seattle, Sundstrom decided to spend a year traveling and learning—first he set off to Japan to taste and research Japanese food and culture, then he was on to a working tour of New York and San Francisco’s finest kitchens, a sort of &Culinary Graduate School. After returning to Seattle, he was named one of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs of 2001 while at the W Seattle’s Earth & Ocean. In 2003, Sundstrom opened Lark in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood with his wife, JM Enos, and partner, Kelly Ronan. In 2013, he published his first cookbook, Lark: Cooking Against the Grain, which was awarded an IACP Judges Choice Award. In December of 2014, Sundstrom relocated Lark to a larger space, and opened two additional spots in the same building: Bitter/Raw and Slab Sandwiches + Pie. Sundstrom has been featured on the Food Network’s Best Of and Food Nation as well as the PBS original series Chefs A’ Field, which was nominated for a James Beard Award. Sundstrom himself won the James Beard Award for Best Chef Northwest in 2007, and was a semi-finalist for the James Beard Award Outstanding Chef USA in 2014. He has participated in multiple Cochon 555 competitions, and won twice in Seattle.

The Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Chefs

Describe your cooking philosophy in one sentence:

Work hard; stay focused on flavor; respect the seasons; use the best ingredient; every task matters and when you think a dish is finished take one ingredient away and see if it still holds up.

What is your earliest food memory?

Picking and eating carrots right out of the ground that I helped plant. My family had rented a small farm near Park City, Utah the summer before starting kindergarten. We traded eggs with the chicken farmer down the road too. Yum.

Who is or was your biggest culinary influence?

I’ve had a number; my first chef Yasu, for getting me into the kitchen and introducing me to the wonders of Japanese food; the writing and example of Jacques Pepin, who’s still doing it so well after all these years; the flashing brilliance and intensity of Marco Pierre White; the innovation and leadership of Jose Andres. Mostly I try to be myself, while absorbing and continuing to learn from amazing chefs all around the world.

Name your favorite food city and why.

Tokyo; I don’t think you could ever exhaust the possibilities for exploration. Even the vending machines rock!

What food item or dish is your guilty pleasure?

Beard Papa cream puffs; 100% unnecessary on any given day, but man are they good!

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

Usually a beer or rye whiskey over ice. Wine tends to be a day off thing.

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What is your ultimate day off meal?

A couple dozen oysters; just cooked and cracked Dungeness crab and lots of Champagne.

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Tastings – Meet Alex Siedel of Fruition and Mercantile

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Alex Seidel’s illustrious culinary career began in Wisconsin at the age of 14 and in 2007 he opened one of the most coveted dining spots in Denver – Fruition.  Upon opening, gayot.com named Fruition one of the top 10 new restaurants in the U.S.; Zagat soon rated Seidel’s spot the number one restaurant in Colorado, an honor held every year since opening; and 5280 magazine has included Fruition in its list of 25 Best Restaurants every year the ranking has run. Seidel himself has been the recipient of even more accolades, earning one of the most celebrated nods in the industry when Food & Wine magazine named him a Best New Chef in 2010. In addition, Denver Magazine awarded, named him Chef of the Year in 2009, 5280  bestowed, awarded, granted him that title in 2008, and he has consistently been honored as a semi-finalist for the James Beard Foundation’s “Best Chef Southwest”. In fall of 2014 Seidel opened his third endeavor: Mercantile, a new restaurant in downtown Denver’s recently renovated and highly-anticipated Union Station.

The Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Chefs

Describe your cooking philosophy in one sentence:

I strive to highlight ingredients through focused technique while maintaining thoughtful simplicity.

What is your earliest food memory?

 My earliest food memory is of me making experimental food concoctions that were never intended to be consumed but thoroughly provided hours of entertainment

Who is or was your biggest culinary influence?

The biggest culinary influences in my career have been all of the cooks that I have worked along side through out my career.  They have provided inspiration, experience, and memories to last for a long time.
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Name your favorite food city and why.

Denver vs. Chicago

Denver, because it is home and the chefs here are pushing to make this a bona fide food city and it is great to see it happen right in front of you.

Chicago, because that was home and I have watched that city grow into one of the best food cities in the world.  Michelin restaurants, world class bars, killer breweries, amazing agriculture, and youth to push the city’s food circles.

What food item or dish is your guilty pleasure? 

Pizza from Well’s Brothers in Racine, WI or pizza from Tomaso’s in Cedarburg, WI

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

That changes through out the year and I am currently moving from a cold beer to a glass of wine

What is your ultimate day off meal?

Sushi, it makes me feel as if I am eating healthy or just eating for the first time that week.

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Tastings Blog – Meet Christina Perozzi

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Named “Best Beer Sommelier in Los Angeles” by Los Angeles Magazine, Christina Perozzi has gained a large following as one of the top female beer experts in the United States. Christina realized her affinity for the beer world while managing the famous Father’s Office in Santa Monica, CA. Seeing the need for beer education everywhere, she founded the popular website www.beerforchicks.com and started working as a consultant, beer educator, writer and beer sommelier in 2006. Since then she has gone on to Co-Author “The Naked Pint” and the upcoming “The Naked Brewer” (Penguin, New York, NY - 2012) and is Executive Editor of TheBeerChicks.com with fellow beer chick Hallie Beaune. Christina gives beer tastings, seminars and classes, as well as partnering with innovative chefs hosting Beer Pairing Dinners.

Christina recently co-hosted a one hour special on The Cooking Channel called ‘Eat This, Drink That’ focusing on coupling local and innovative food with beverage pairings.

Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Beverage Expert

Describe your beverage philosophy in one sentence:

Beer is good.

What is your earliest beverage memory?

My earliest beverage memory is my grandfather Ernesto drinking a red wine with every dinner.  He’d have it in a little milk glass and cut it with water, and he’d let me have a little sip if I asked to taste it.  He’d laugh and tell me that it was good for me.

Who is or was your biggest influence?

My biggest influence in the beer world is my mentor Mark Jilg who owns Craftsman Brewing Company in Pasadena.  He taught me about the craftsmanship and skill in brewing, tasting and pairing beer.  But more importantly, he taught me the industry from a staunchly purist perspective.  He’s a true artist.  He encouraged me to break out on my own and start writing and consulting.

 

What is your favorite beverage that most would consider to be a guilty pleasure?

I do enjoy a cosmopolitan from time to time.

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

There’s nothing better to drink after a long day than a nice cold beer!  My favorite go-to at the end of a day is a hoppy, citrusy west coast IPA.  My second choice is a Negroni at sunset for apertivo.

 

Money is no option – what is your drink of choice?

The thing about beer is that it’s the rarity and location that makes a beer difficult to get, not the price.  So, I’d spend the money on a plane ticket to Belgium and go to Westvleteren Abbey, which is home to the Westvleteren Brewery where I would have a ‘Westy 12’  a 10.2%  Trappist ale that is considered to be one of the best and hardest beers to get in the states.

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Tastings Blog – Meet Hugo Ortega of Hugo’s

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Hugo Ortega, executive chef/co-owner of Hugo’s and Backstreet Cafe and a three-time finalist for the James Beard Foundation Award (2012, 2013 & 2014), was born in Mexico City, the oldest in a family of eight children. The talented chef has made two guest chef appearances at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City.  In July 2002, Ortega and Vaught opened a third restaurant concept, Hugo’s, serving Authentic Regional Mexican Cuisine. Since its opening, Hugo’s has been lauded by local, regional and national media, including being named a “Top Table” by Bon Appetit, listed in “Where to Eat Now in 30 American Cities”, and one of the “Restaurants We Love” by Gourmet.  In 2013, Ortega and Vaught opened Caracol, a Coastal Mexican Kitchenin the upscale Galleria area of Houston, eliciting rave reviews from diners and media alike.

The Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Chef Hugo Ortega

Describe your cooking philosophy in one sentence:

Build layers of flavor, use the best ingredients and don’t overcook the seafood.

 

What is your earliest food memory?

My earliest food memory is eating handmade corn tortillas and hot chocolate made by my grandmother, who ground the corn and the chocolate by hand.

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Who is or was your biggest culinary influence?

My grandmother, Delia.  The richness of the love I feel for cooking goes back to time spent preparing food with grandmother in the mountains of Puebla, Mexico. She taught me the fundamentals of Mexican cooking and also her own special touches. She was a traditional cook, preparing all the dishes typical of the area in the only way she knew how – over wood-burning fires, wrapped in corn husks, everything from scratch.  We grew and raised as much of our food as possible. During my time in Puebla, I learned the importance of growing and sourcing your food.

 

Name your favorite food city and why.

Puebla, Mexico, where my family is from, because it holds so many memories for me and I love the food there.  It is all handmade, fresh, seasonal and local. In the countryside especially, everything is about seasonality and rain – Mother Nature determines what you prepare.

 

What food item or dish is your guilty pleasure?

Chocolate

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

Champagne

 

What is your ultimate day off meal?

Seafood gumbo and boiled crabs

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Tastings Blog – Meet Sean Kenyon of Williams and Graham

 

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Sean Kenyon was literally born to be behind a bar. He is a third generation Barman, his Grandfather, Mother and Father have been pub owners and bartenders in New Jersey since the 1930’s. He first stepped behind the bar at the young age of sixteen and has never left. Early in his career, Sean developed a passion for classic cocktails and cocktail history. He continues to show great respect for that history and methodology while finding influences for new creations in modern spirits, ingredients and techniques. Over the course of his 28-year bartending career, Sean has managed bars and cocktail programs in New Jersey, Austin, Texas and Denver, Colorado. In 2011, he realized a lifelong dream and opened Williams & Graham in Denver, CO. In 2013 & 2014 the bar was nominated for a James Beard award for the nation’s outstanding beverage program. National media such as CNN, Food & Wine Magazine, Imbibe Magazine, Wall Street Journal and Esquire have recently recognized his beverage programs.  In 2009 he was awarded Mixologist of the Year by Denver Magazine, Food & Wine magazine and Esquire voted Williams & Graham Top and Best bar in 2012 and 2013 respectively.  In 2014 Sean was named Nightclub and Bar Bartender of the Year by the Spirited Awards.marcu

Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Beverage Experts

Describe your beverage philosophy in one sentence:

Beauty in Simplicity.

What is your earliest beverage memory?

I had my first stirred Manhattan in the mid 90’s. Up to that point, I had only ever had shaken Manhattans (because that’s how they did it in the 80’s & 90’s). It was the best that I had ever had. It changed my outlook on cocktails.

Who is or was your biggest influence?

My father. He is a bartender as well. He is the the most hospitable bartender I have ever known. He always takes care of his guests like they were in his home.

What is your favorite beverage that most would consider to be a guilty pleasure?

A classic Vieux Carre. rye, cognac, rosso vermouth, Benedictine, Angostura and Peychaud’s bitters

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

I actually prefer to drink straight spirits neat. Agave Spirits or Whisky depending on my mood.

Money is no option – what is your drink of choice?

Del Maguey Iberico. Neat.

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Tastings Blog – Meet Danny Trace of Brennan’s of Houston

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Growing up just outside New Orleans, Chef Danny’s ‘real’ education came first-hand in the bustling kitchen of Commander’s Palace, the acclaimed culinary landmark of the Brennan’s Family of Restaurants.  A decade into his career, he and his family retreated to nearby Texas to escape Hurricane Katrina and the devastating aftermath. Ever loyal to the Brennan family, however, Chef Danny returned to New Orleans to take the Executive Chef reins of Café Adelaide, which celebrated its post-hurricane reopening on Thanksgiving Day 2005. In 2008, he opened Commander’s Palace and the On the Rocks Bar in Destin, Florida. With three stellar years under his belt at Commander’s in Florida, Chef Danny added a fourth restaurant in fall 2009 to his rich history with the Brennan’s Family of Restaurants. Today he serves as Executive Chef at Brennan’s of Houston, creating traditional Creole favorites and intriguing daily specialties with a tempting twist that draw Houston diners time and again. And like those with whom he shares his passion for exceptional cooking and Southern hospitality, Danny’s family ranks at the top of his priorities.

Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Chefs

Describe your food philosophy in one sentence

Our Bayou City Creole cuisine balances a respect for traditional dishes and techniques with a passion for staying on the cutting edge of regional cuisine in America, as well as utilizing local ingredients whenever possible.

 

What is your earliest food memory?

Eating Beef-a-Roni in the can. I’m pretty sure Turtle soup was created by copycatting that recipe.

Hunting and fishing with my grandpa and bringing back our bounties of the day and cooking it that evening for the family. Rabbit Hunting in Thibodaux Louisiana with my grandpa, skinning them underneath his shed, and making onion-braised rabbit and rice for the family that evening.

 

Who is or was your biggest culinary influence?

My Grandpa without a doubt, as well as Ella Brennan and the rest of the Brennan family

 

Name your favorite food city and why.

That certainly would have to be the city that I have chosen as my home—Houston, Texas. It is exciting to be in a great city amongst great chefs and its farmers that is gaining momentum in being a culinary destination

 

What food item or dish is your guilty pleasure?  

I would certainly have to say its “Best Stop” Boudin & Cracklins with an ice cold beer.

 

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

It certainly depends on the day, sometimes it involves all three. ha ha.

 

What is your ultimate day off meal?

 A huge pot of wild duck and Collard green gumbo with smoked venison sausage and plenty of honey buttered cornbread to warm the soul

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Tastings Blog – Meet Martin Riese, Water Sommelier

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Riese officially began his culinary journey as an apprentice to the restaurant specialist at the Relais & Châteaux Hotel Stadt Hamburg on the Island of Syltin in northern Germany.  During Riese’s ever-evolving career, he was hired at First Floor restaurant in Berlin where he worked as the maître d’ hotel and developed the position of water sommelier – a distinctive job that allowed him to share with guests his passion for multiple varieties of water from around the world. Riese’s knowledge of water led to appearances on television and radio programs throughout Europe, South America, and Asia, ultimately leading the German press to refer to him as the country’s foremost water sommelier. In 2009, he co-authored the critically acclaimed book Die Welt des Wasser (World of Water) – considered the foremost European book on the subject. Riese reunited with the Patina Restaurant Group in 2011 and unveiled his own water program at Ray’s & Stark Bar, Los Angeles in 2012.

The Taste and Savor Questionnaire–Beverage Experts 


Describe your beverage philosophy in one sentence:

Water is not just water!

What is your earliest beverage memory?

As a child I realized that even tap water from different cities taste different. On vacation with my parents it was for more interesting to taste the differences in tap water than to discover the cities.

Who is or was your biggest influence?

Nature, it’s amazing that nature gives us a broad taste spectrum of waters. Water can go from bitter to sweet and from smooth to complex.

 

What is your favorite beverage that most would consider to be a guilty pleasure?

Dr. Pepper Cherry – Sometimes I need something so strange in taste to reset my taste panels.

 

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

Champagne – the light sparkling beverage refreshes my mouth and helps me to calm down.

 

Money is no option – what is your drink of choice?

1988 Louis Roederer Cristal

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Tastings – Taste and Savor Meet Shawn McClain

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Shawn McClain has a knack for balancing innovative concepts with tradition and sensibility. McClain’s star rose quickly in the culinary world. He first broke onto the national scene at Trio restaurant in Evanston, earning four stars from both the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times. After seven accolade-filled years, he left to open Spring in 2001, which served as his homage to seafood and earned extraordinary critical acclaim and consumer success. That same year, Spring was nominated for the James Beard Foundation’s Best New Restaurant award, and McClain was named Esquire magazine’s Chef of the Year.
By 2004, McClain opened his second restaurant, Green Zebra. An immediate success, this vanguard concept brings vegetables to the center of the plate and was lauded by The New York Times, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine and several other prestigious publications.
After continuing his success in Chicago with the addition of Custom House, McClain eventually found his way to the bright lights of Las Vegas. At Sage in ARIA Resort & Casino, McClain changed focus once more with a New American menu built on the irresistible freshness of California’s local harvests.

 

The Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Chefs

  

Describe your cooking philosophy in one sentence:

Fresh, clean, seasonal ingredients prepared in a balanced, flavorful and creative way.

What is your earliest food memory?

An awesome big lazy susan full of Chinese delicacies at a restaurant my parents used to take me (age 8) and my five siblings.  We always ordered for 10!

Who is or was your biggest culinary influence?

There have been so many people that have influenced my cooking, but if I had to pick just one, I would have to say the late Chef Charlie Trotter of Chicago.  He set the bar so high and inspired a generation of cooks to aspire for excellence and look at food in new ways.

Name your favorite food city and why.

In my 20s it was San Francisco, in my 30s it was New York and now in my 40s  I have to say Chicago.  I have spent so many years there and the food scene just doesn’t stop moving forward.

 

What food item or dish is your guilty pleasure?

Fries & Mayo

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

Depends on the day and I like to mix it up; a cold beer is always nice and following it up with a reposado tequila or bourbon makes it even better.

 

What is your ultimate day off meal?

Japanese

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TASTINGS – Taste and Savor meet Kelly Liken

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It is with great pleasure that we welcome Kelly Liken, culinary extraordinaire and Knife Fight Champion!

Kelly Liken, one of Colorado’s most promising and influential young chefs, was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 2002, Kelly graduated first in her class from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, She interned at the renowned Inn at Little Washington. After graduation, Kelly headed west to work at Splendido at the Château in Beaver Creek, Colorado. In 2004, at the youthful age of 27, Kelly realized it was time to open her own restaurant.  Restaurant Kelly Liken opened as one of the state’s most sophisticated dining destinations, where the restaurant’s cosmopolitan décor and progressive American cuisine are reflections of the owner/chef’s personality.
A James Beard nominee for “Best Chef Southwest” (2009, 2010 and 2011) and participating chef in the James Beard national Celebrity Chef Tour, Kelly has garnered national recognition for her creativity in the kitchen, as well as her commitment and passion for her craft. She has been featured in “A Cowboy Cookout at 10,000 Feet” in Food & Wine, August 2012 , as well as an emerging female chef to watch in the country in Bon Appétit, 2008 “Women Chefs: The Next Generation.”.

The Taste and Savor Questionnaire – Chefs

 

Describe your cooking philosophy in one sentence:

I serve a simple yet exciting Seasonal American Cuisine that relies heavily on locally produced and cultivated products.

 

Who is or was your biggest culinary influence?

Patrick O’Connell at The Inn at Little Washington

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Name your favorite food city and why.

Pick just one!! How hard…  I love Nashville right now.  It’s a really exciting time to eat there, there are great new restaurants popping up everyday.

Denver is really coming into it’s own and we’re really starting to see a Colorado point of view and style.

What food item or dish is your guilty pleasure?

Chicken Wings!

After a long day, do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail?

Maker’s Mark on the rocks

What is your ultimate day off meal?

Anything my husband makes, he’s does a mean Beer Can Chicken on the grill.

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