Reviews and Blog Posts: Amy Hoyt

Celebrate Fall: Get Stewed

Bring your appetite for autumn's best stews; our chef highlights the comfort foods of the season.

Learn how to prepare satisfying stews and pair them with homemade breads. This Sunday, October 7, 1:30-3p in our B2 Conference Center at Central.

Denver County Fair offers many delights. But first, get pickled.

chutney

We know a good county fair includes a little flash and a little trash, a bit of sweet and a touch of sour. Just like a great chutney.

Fresh City Life is bringing a lot of fun to the Denver County Fair. I'll describe our booth offerings, fun prizes and giveaways, plus -- as always -- the seriousness of frivolity that Fresh City Life specializes in. Here's our first DCF offering:

Country Pickle Meets City Pickle: Putting By and Preserving the Harvest with Chef Amy Hoyt

Monkey Bread: Just Say Dough

The final, delicious product.

Let's Bring Back: one of the superstars of the 1980s kitchen -- Monkey Bread.

When I was in high school, my mom discovered a great recipe for turning refrigerator rolls into the most amazing pull-apart dessert bread. Called Monkey Bread, it was a favored recipe of the 1980s, partly because Nancy Reagan made it a staple at casual White House functions. But the origins of the name Monkey Bread are as murky as the origins of the recipe itself.

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