Winter 2016 Issue

By Edible Aspen | Last Updated January 28, 2016
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Edible Aspen, Issue #33 Winter 2016

Krabloonik Rides Again

The dog sleds at Krabloonik
Happy dogs, new owners and a fresh menu bring new life to old favorite. Several times a day, howls fill the air around Krabloonik as 211...

Sunshine & Moons Organic Bakery Lets the Sunshine Into the Valley

Sarah Niebler decorates snowflake cookies at Sunshine & Moons organic bakery
In Glenwood Springs, an organic bakery makes Valley life even sweeter Walking into Sunshine & Moons organic bakery, I’m intoxicated by...

Dog Days: Barks Brothers Invites Pets to Take their Place at the Table

Barks Brothers offers high-quality dog treats
Somewhere in the commercial catering kitchen, a timer dings. Chef Miles Angelo pulls a halfsheet pan from a convection oven and slides it...

Made in Colorado: Our 20 Favorite Local Products of the Year 2016

Story after story, we find a common theme among our favorite product picks each year, and this year that theme is a home kitchen. Most of...

Soup for Syria, Source of Comfort and Nourishment

Soup for Syria book cover
Soup. Simply uttering that word can make you feel warm, loved, safe. When we want to comfort and nourish those around us, soup is what we...

It Took a Village: New Clark’s Market Takes Hold in Snowmass

Clark’s Market, in the Snowmass Center
The strategy employed by Clark’s Market when opening a new store is to take a best guess at the product mix and then adapt it through...

Edible Traditions: Fresh Baked

Aspen’s City Bakery and a specialty fruit and cigar store, pictured here in 1890
Fresh-baked bread is a treat, but one that wasn’t hard to come by during Aspen’s mining era. After settlers arrived in the Roaring Fork...
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