Colorado’s 10 most iconic, historic restaurants and what to order when you’re there — The Know

The Buckhorn Exchange Steakhouse at 1000 Osage Street is Denver’s oldest restaurant. It was opened in 1893 and has Colorado State Liquor license Number one. (Provided by Denver Public Library Western History Department) Before frosé was a glimmer in anyone’s eye; before fusion restaurants were as ubiquitous as fondue; heck, before Denver restaurant king Frank
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Portrait of Ultrarunner Courtney Dauwalter 33, of Golden at the Apex Park trailhead June 28, 2018 in Golden, Colorado. She finished the 2018 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run in 17 hours and 27 minutes, which was the second-fastest for a female in that race’s history. (Joe Amon, The Denver Post)   Golden’s Courtney Dauwalter is
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Romy Gill’s vegan samosas and avocado chutney There are many ways of making samosas. I prefer this as it reminds me of my grandmother. Makes 12-16 samosas For the pastryplain flour 200g, plus more for dusting salt ½ tspnigella seeds ½ tspsunflower oil 6 tsp water 80-100ml For the filling potatoes 2 large, peeled and
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I am a 35-year-old bisexual woman who has never had penetrative sex with a man. Years ago I attempted it, but we gave up when it didn’t work. I presumed it was because I wasn’t relaxed enough, but since then I have tried penetration with vibrators when fully relaxed and lubricated and they won’t go
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Is there anything more refreshing on a hot summer day than sipping on an ice-cold Mojito? The flavors of lime, mint, and white rum all play off each other so pleasantly in this classic cocktail originally from Cuba. This libation is simple enough for any thirsty individual to put together, but it does involve some good
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You may not think of groceries first when you think of Target, but people who shop at the department store for their weekly food and beverages swear by it. And when you really think about it, it makes sense. Target really is a one-stop shop. At many locations around the country, you can buy every
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When Vermont cheesemonger Rory Stamp won the Cheesemonger Invitational in January 2017, he beat a talented field of experts from around the country. “It’s like the ‘The Hunger Games’ of cheesemongering,” Stamp said, “covering everything from technical challenges to blind identifying, cutting and wrapping, and food service.” The national competition is held annually in San
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NEW YORK (AP) — In the latest bizarre medical development for the baffling New York Mets, ace pitcher Noah Syndergaard is headed back to the disabled list after contracting hand-foot-and-mouth disease. The team figures it’s likely Syndergaard caught the contagious virus when he made an appearance at a baseball camp for kids last Thursday during
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Q: I am college sophomore and very interested in becoming a sports medicine physician. What do I have to do to accomplish my goal and what advice can you give me? A: I recommend you meet with your college adviser to make certain you complete the courses needed for admission to medical school. When applying
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Maybe yes, maybe no is the general medical consensus, in part due to a lack of scientific evidence concerning collagen’s absorption, experts told us. But some say they believe collagen research may be promising. Foods rich in collagen, such as oh-so-trendy bone broth, can contribute to the proper functioning of the digestive, immune and nervous
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