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Food and Dining

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Simply Cooking: Soy sauce fish with lemon

Sierra Grimm January 18, 2022
The new year is always a great time to set new goals for ourselves — like healthier eating. 
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Simply Cooking: Gluten-free dark chocolate peppermint cookies

Sierra Grimm December 7, 2021

It’s already that time of year again: the holiday season. It’s the time of year when the invites to holiday parties begin to overload your calendar, especially since the world has been at a halt for...

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In Defense Of: Respecting fruitcake as a holiday dessert

Scotty Powell December 7, 2021

It’s wintertime again. At least, I’m pretty sure it is. Of course, given the scorching heat we’ve been experiencing these past few weeks, it’s also possible that the weather machine responsible...

Door to Foco Cafe

FoCo Cafe offers warmth, healthy meals during holiday season

Ivy Secrest December 6, 2021
The Foco Cafe provides those services by going above and beyond, “giving a hand-up” rather than a handout, as their motto says.
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Food Feuds: Mo Jeaux’s versus Avogadro’s Number

Renee Ziel December 5, 2021

Happy almost-winter break, my local eatery enthusiasts! In what is my final food feuds at The Collegian, I’m shoving some local favorites into the ring: Mo Jeaux’s Bar and Grill and Avogadro’s Number. These...

The Post Chicken and Beer resturaunt located at 1002 South College Avenue in Fort Collins Colorado Nov. 30.

The Post Chicken & Beer proves one of the best in the nest

Scott Powell December 1, 2021

Walking around town these days, it would seem that Fort Collins is facing a bird-demic. From Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers to Music City Hot Chicken to the recently opened Blazing Bird, the number...

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Simply Cooking: Comforting homemade pizza

Sierra Grimm, Arts and Culture Reporter November 30, 2021
Comfort food– we all have that one craving that we jump to when we are looking for something easy, familiar, and delicious.
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Top 3 caffeinated drinks to buzz up your mid-autumn blues

Scott Powell November 10, 2021

If there’s one thing Freddy Krueger taught us, it’s that sleeping is a dangerous experiment that leads to you, your Walkman and your portable plug-in lap TV getting swallowed alive by your bedsheets.  And...

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Simply Cooking: A garlic fall roast to get you through the cold

Sierra Grimm November 3, 2021

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the smells, the colorful leaves, the cooler temperatures and especially the food choices. It's so easy to roast or cook fall foods, as they all cook so well...

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Food Feuds: Rush Bowls vs. Nekter Juice Bar

Renee Ziel November 2, 2021

Greetings, fellow Food Feuds foodies! This week, I take on one of mankind’s best and most compact forms of nutrition: smoothie bowls. Admittedly, I was unable to get two local places this time...

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The ghost of Old Town’s famed ice cream shop: Charlie’s hauntings

Kadyn Thorpe October 20, 2021

Walrus Ice Cream is a place where you can find delicious ice cream with a side of paranormal activity.  Fort Collins is a city with almost 140 years of history, so surely there are some paranormal...

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Simply Cooking: Sweet potato chili to welcome fall

Sierra Grimm October 19, 2021

Ground turkey sweet potato chili will be your go-to recipe for this fall and winter. It is sweet, hearty and healthy. There is minimal effort to this recipe, so be prepared to be impressed by your...

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