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The Perfect Cupcake

The cake is more important than the icing and every ingredient counts, says Telluride’s Cinda Simons.


Savory Chicken with Red Wine and Onions

Telluride has a classic style, simple and refined; the local fare has the same flair, with dishes like La Marmotte’s Coq Au Vin, a timeless and savory chicken entrée with red wine and onions.

Telluride News

Mushroom Festival Seeks to Raise Awareness and Engage the Public

The 33rd Annual Telluride Mushroom Festival is upon us, and this weekend, it’s all about science. This year’s festival, held from Aug. 15-19, promises guided forays, keynote speakers, film screenings and celebrity chef demonstrations—and a few new features. One feature introduced this year is a voucher program, said Heather Lyne, festival manager. Lyne explained that […]

A customer orders a hot dog from Mike Sheridan of Diggity Doggs. Sheridan has worked at the cart for two years.

Street Food: Food Truck Trend Hits Telluride

Food trucks are blowing up in a big way. Open any gourmet magazine or scroll through any foodie blog, and it’s obvious that 2014 will go down in history as the Year of the Food Truck. A phenomenon originated in Los Angeles, the transportable eateries are popping up everywhere, from Seattle to Chicago and yes, […]

Hardrock 100 Offers a Few Surprises—And Some New Experiences

David Coblentz is a true Hardrocker. In fact, on Saturday, he completed his seventh. For the unacquainted, the Hardrock Hundred Endurance Run is an annual ultramarathon in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado. That’s 700 miles, 336 possible hours of running and countless blisters, cramps and opportunities for disaster. Over the course, runners climb […]