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On East Colfax Avenue between Race and Vine streets, an important Denver institution is hiding in plain sight. Tucked next to cake shop under a modest brown awning — across the street from the flashier lineup of the Lion’s...

source: Denverite

Can a tomato grown in a nutrient solution instead of dirt be called "organic?" Some purists don't think so. The National Organic Standards Board, which advises the U.S. Department of Agriculture, voted this month against a proposal to exclude hydroponics and aquaponics...

source: The Associated Press via The Gazette

Let's play a game: I'll name a city, and you think of food associated with that place. Ready? Denver. What comes to mind? Omelets? Rocky Mountain oysters? How about bison, venison or the meat of other animals that keeps taxidermists paying income taxes?

source: Chicago Tribune

Google wants to help you avoid long lines at popular restaurants. The search giant debuted a new tool that lets people see the wait times at nearby restaurants. For example, searching for San Francisco restaurant Michael Mina using a smartphone in Google search or Google...

source: Fortune

To hear some tell it, Thanksgiving has become the Olympics of home cooking. But it turns out many people are fleeing the stress of cooking by letting restaurants and food places do at least some of the work. In every...

source: Forbes

When someone mentions "robot restaurant," I first think of an LED and laser show at a Tokyo venue where remote-controlled robots dance with bikini-clad girls in a sensory show that accompanies dinner. But the reality of robot restaurants is generally way more pedestrian...

source: CNET


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