Eats & Beats

Eats & Beats
3:24 pm
Wed January 21, 2015

Eats & Beats: A Ramen Rescue

Ramen turned into pork lo mein
Credit www.delish.com

A new study reported at WebMD.com says America's youth may be eating too much pizza (or just not the right kind of pizza).  So what's a college student to do?!  Ramen noodles to rescue, say KUVO interns Cindy Howard and Ryan Mecillas.

It's about the things you add, says Howard (CU-Boulder).  "When we're using the regular ramen noodles we will add some basil, some chicken, some vegetables, carrots, sprouts. We'll make it like a pho" (the Vietnamese noodle dish).

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Eats & Beats
10:34 am
Wed January 7, 2015

Eats & Beats: New pub in 5 Pts., Dunbar

The owners of Dunbar Kitchen & Tap House preserved the storefront window from the previous tenant.
Credit Andra Zeppelin, Denver.Eater.com

The next exhibit in the renaissance of Denver's Five Points neighborhood is the opening of Dunbar Kitchen & Tap House, in the same space as the previous 50-year tenant Dunbar Barber Shop, at 2844 Welton Street.  Managing Partner Charles Wessels visited "First Take with Lando and Chavis" to celebrate the three-week old space.

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Wine & Food Pairing
3:48 pm
Mon December 22, 2014

Kasu Glazed Duck Breast & Contadi Castaldi Brut

P17 came to the studio to share their recipe for Kasu Glazed Duck Breast with Pear Puree, Braised Bok Choy and Potato Mille Feuille.  And Carolyn Joy of Joy Wine & Spirits selected the perfect complement for this meal: Contadi Castaldi Brut.

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Eats & Beats
12:15 pm
Wed November 26, 2014

Eater.com: The Denver Awards

Credit Andra Zeppelin, Denver.Eater.com

Eater.com's Denver desk is out with their 2014 awards.  Editor Andra Zeppelin visited "First Take with Lando and Chavis" with the winners (and why they're tops).

First, Zeppelin described the process.  "During the voting week, I nominate five restaurants for each of the categories.  Readers vote and that narrows down the playing field to three.  Out of the top three, I get to pick the winner."

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Eats & Beats
12:24 pm
Fri October 17, 2014

Denver's Westwood: solutions to the 'food desert'

After seven years of organizing and getting their fingers in the dirt (literally), West Denver's Re:Vision won a $1.2 million performance-based loan from Denver's Office of Economic Development.  Executive Director of Re:Vision Eric Kornacki visited "First Take with Lando and Chavis" to describe how the grant will help them expand local, healthy food choices for the Westwood neighborhood of 6,000+ households, considered a "food desert."

"There are no grocery stores or corner stores or physical access points where somebody can buy affordable, healthy food," said Kornacki.

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