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Angie Fellers Beard and Kathryn Sahr are now friends
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Foodem liked Kathryn Sahr's blog post Finding Locally Grown Foods
Mar 27, 2012
Kathryn Sahr's blog post was featured

Finding Locally Grown Foods

Recently it seems like everyone, especially in Boulder, is on an organic and locally grown food kick. People are straying away from the major grocery stores and going for foods that are grown a little closer to home. It may seem silly or be more expensive, but there are actually many reasons why buying from local stores or farmers markets is the way to go.1.    It’s a fact. Locally grown food tastes better. That’s because what you’re buying has been harvested within just the past couple of…See More
Mar 5, 2012
Kathryn Sahr posted a blog post

Finding Locally Grown Foods

Recently it seems like everyone, especially in Boulder, is on an organic and locally grown food kick. People are straying away from the major grocery stores and going for foods that are grown a little closer to home. It may seem silly or be more expensive, but there are actually many reasons why buying from local stores or farmers markets is the way to go.1.    It’s a fact. Locally grown food tastes better. That’s because what you’re buying has been harvested within just the past couple of…See More
Mar 5, 2012
Kathryn Sahr posted a status
"Spring is finally here! Boulder is beautiful and warm today!"
Mar 5, 2012
Michele Wagaman liked Kathryn Sahr's blog post Craft Cocktails are the Latest Trend
Mar 1, 2012

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"And when thinking of witty names, think of creating a legal trademark to associate with your craft cocktails. Particularly, if you have many venues and a standardized menu, it might be worthwhile to invest in trademark protection. And if running a…"
Feb 22, 2012
Kathryn Sahr's blog post was featured

Craft Cocktails are the Latest Trend

For generations Americans have had a fairly straightforward approach to cocktails – gin and tonic, highball, rum and coke – without ever giving a second thought to the possibilities a true bartender genius is capable of. Back in the 1800s and early 1900s, specialty cocktails were commonplace, featuring interesting flavor pairings and even more interesting names.Those days are starting to come back as the craft cocktail movement gains momentum in big cities including New York and Los Angeles.…See More
Feb 22, 2012
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"Craft cocktails are making a comeback!"
Feb 22, 2012
Kathryn Sahr posted a blog post

Craft Cocktails are the Latest Trend

For generations Americans have had a fairly straightforward approach to cocktails – gin and tonic, highball, rum and coke – without ever giving a second thought to the possibilities a true bartender genius is capable of. Back in the 1800s and early 1900s, specialty cocktails were commonplace, featuring interesting flavor pairings and even more interesting names.Those days are starting to come back as the craft cocktail movement gains momentum in big cities including New York and Los Angeles.…See More
Feb 22, 2012
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"Such a cold day outside! Pasta with chicken was the perfect lunch time pick me up!"
Feb 15, 2012
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"Sunny Monday! I think it's time for dessert!"
Feb 13, 2012
Kathryn Sahr's blog post was featured

Save Your Non-Stick Pans

Non-stick pans are a gift that we all have been taking for granted. We all, myself included, have slowly been ruining our beloved non-stick pans. Yes, they are useful for almost everything, but it turns out, they aren’t as durable as you might think. Avoid the following and extend the life of your non-stick items!1.    Let’s start with the heat you typically use with your pots and pans. Now I always thought that non-stick pans were the toughest of them all. This is not true. As it turns out,…See More
Feb 1, 2012
Kathryn Sahr posted a blog post

Save Your Non-Stick Pans

Non-stick pans are a gift that we all have been taking for granted. We all, myself included, have slowly been ruining our beloved non-stick pans. Yes, they are useful for almost everything, but it turns out, they aren’t as durable as you might think. Avoid the following and extend the life of your non-stick items!1.    Let’s start with the heat you typically use with your pots and pans. Now I always thought that non-stick pans were the toughest of them all. This is not true. As it turns out,…See More
Feb 1, 2012
Kathryn Sahr posted a status
"A bowl of rice and chicken soup makes the perfect lunch on a blustery Colorado day!"
Jan 30, 2012
Kathryn Sahr commented on Kathryn Sahr's blog post Strange and Delectable Food Combos!
"Oh, ever since I saw "The Parent Trap" and tried peanut butter and Oreos I was hooked! I think that is a perfectly normal combination. I agree with you Michele, some of these are just gross. I looked through food forums and those were the…"
Jan 30, 2012

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Kathryn Sahr's Blog

Finding Locally Grown Foods

Posted on March 5, 2012 at 9:40am 0 Comments

Recently it seems like everyone, especially in Boulder, is on an organic and locally grown food kick. People are straying away from the major grocery stores and going for foods that are grown a little closer to home. It may seem silly or be more expensive, but there are actually many reasons why buying from local stores or farmers markets is the way to go.

1.    It’s a fact. Locally grown food tastes better. That’s because what you’re buying has been harvested within just the past couple…

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Craft Cocktails are the Latest Trend

Posted on February 22, 2012 at 11:55am 2 Comments

For generations Americans have had a fairly straightforward approach to cocktails – gin and tonic, highball, rum and coke – without ever giving a second thought to the possibilities a true bartender genius is capable of. Back in the 1800s and early 1900s, specialty cocktails were commonplace, featuring interesting flavor pairings and even more interesting names.



Those days are starting to come back as the craft cocktail movement gains momentum in big cities including New York and…

Continue

Save Your Non-Stick Pans

Posted on February 1, 2012 at 1:01pm 0 Comments

Non-stick pans are a gift that we all have been taking for granted. We all, myself included, have slowly been ruining our beloved non-stick pans. Yes, they are useful for almost everything, but it turns out, they aren’t as durable as you might think. Avoid the following and extend the life of your non-stick items!

1.    Let’s start with the heat you typically use with your pots and pans. Now I always thought that non-stick pans were the toughest of them all. This is not true. As it turns…

Continue

What Every College Kitchen Needs

Posted on January 27, 2012 at 11:53am 2 Comments

    As a soon to be college grad, I feel that I should pass my extensive knowledge about college kitchens and cooking onto all the incoming and future students. Let me preface this article by say that all college kitchens are small. Once again, ALL COLLEGE KITCHENS ARE SMALL. Do not think big and extravagant. Just because you are out of the dorms and have a kitchen does not mean that you should cram it full of gadgets or multiples of anything. You won’t have any space for the important…

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At 1:46pm on January 12, 2012, Michele Wagaman said…

Thanks for connecting with me, Kathryn! I enjoy reading your blog posts - they are very interesting! Keep them coming!

Have a great week! :)

Michele

At 5:32am on December 16, 2011, Marcus Guiliano said…

Congratulations on joining FohBoh! This is a wonderful online restaurant community with lots of great postings. Enjoy the site and keep active with pictures, comments and postings.

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