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Flavors of Fall APPLES, PUMPKINS, AND MORE IN NEW CASTLE

LOCAL CHEFS ON MEMORABLE MEALS

ROOSTERS BRINGS ROTISSERIE TO CARBONDALE


The Senior Resource for the Roaring Fork Valley Pets Welcome & Encouraged Fine Dining Luxury Amenities Life Enriching Activities Restaurant Style Dining

Luxury Suites Starting at $4000

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NEW CASTLE

Beds 3 | Baths 2.5 | $595,000 Contemporary living at its finest! This newly built trend setter home is located on a large corner lot overlooking the 11th hole on Lakota Canyon Golf Course. Open floor plan with main level master. Two bedrooms upstairs connect with a Jack and Jill bathroom. Endless breath-taking views on back deck that can be accessed through dining room and master bedroom. Web Id#: RF155689

Yvonne Ellis

970.710.0220 yvonne@masonmorse.com

NEW CASTLE

Beds 3 | Baths 3 | $537,000 Move right in and start enjoying the unobstructed views of the Hogback Mountains accompanied by an expansive lawn backing up to BLM land and hiking trails. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, this three-bedroom, three-bath home arguably sits on the best lot on the street. This house also offers an enormous 2,316 sq.ft. unfinished basement to complete to your liking. Web Id#: RF155931

Tessa Maize

970.309.3496 tessa@masonmorse.com

REDSTONE

REDSTONE

Beds 3 | Baths 3 | 1.30 Acres | $1,450,000 First time on the market, architecturally designed for this site. Fabulous kitchen has direct access to patio and deck. So many features and amenities are part of this unique property. Web Id#: RF154576

Beds 4 | Baths 3 | $634,000 Located in the heart of Redstone, this home can play many roles. Zoned Village Commercial the home can be used as a residence, commercial application or both. Web Id#: RF155017

REDSTONE

REDSTONE

Beds 4 | Baths 4 | $998,500 The best views in the Crystal River Valley! 5.7 acres bordering National Forest featuring media room with wet bar, hot tub, pool, guest apartment with separate entrance and a large deck. Web Id#: RF156105

Beds 3 | Baths 2 | .76 acres | $645,000 An architect designed remodeled home on the Boulevard and the river. Comfortable living spaces with main floor master and vaulted living/ dining room. Additional riverfront lot included. Web Id#: RF155389

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

OCTOBER 2018 PUBLISHER

Rick French | rfrench@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Caitlin Causey | caitlin.causey@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Caitlin Causey, Bridget Grey, Genevieve Joelle Villamizar, Alexander Williard

Bon Appétit

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Paul Hilts, Kit Mitchell, Justin Patrick, Estate Photo Video, Alicia Zeringue

FOOD: WE LOVE IT SO. But why? Surely it’s not about survival alone—or even taste. (Although taste is pretty high up there on the list of explanations!) The more complex reason  why we love to eat is because food connects us: to others, to the earth, or to a time and place. As the late chef and enthusiastic eater Anthony Bourdain said, “The perfect meal, or the best meals, occur in a context that frequently has very little to do with the food itself.” Local chefs Mawa McQueen, Stephen Horner, and Molly Mogavero echo this sentiment in “For the Love of Dining” on page 24, all noting that the most meaningful food experiences involve so much more than fine ingredients or special technique. For McQueen, it’s about heart; for Horner, passion; for Mogavero, tradition and memory. These three valley restaurant owners remind us this month that enjoying food with those we love is an integral part of the human experience, one that’s tightly woven through so many aspects of our lives. Food brings us together. Three times a day, in fact. That’s a lot of opportunity

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INSIDE THE ISSUE OCTOBER 2018

FEATURES 12 A Valley Dream The Perfect Host’s Aspen Glen Dream Home

16 U-Pick Paradise New Castle's Apple and Pumpkin-Picking Fun

24 For the Love of Dining Local Chefs Reveal the Secrets Behind Memorable Meals

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30 Off the Spit at Roosters A New Downtown Carbondale Eatery Serves Up Rotisserie and More

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Open House

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Road Trip

34 Hops & Vine 36 Lifestyle Calendar 42 Local’s Choice


RECENTLY SOLD PROPERTIES OVER $600,000

NEIGHBORHOOD

BASALT Riverside Meadows Holland Hills Park Modern El Jebel River Ranch Willits Holland Hills Willits Elk Run MISSOURI HEIGHTS Aspen Mountain View Aspen Mesa Estates Panorama Ranches Aspen Mountain View Aspen Mesa Estates CARBONDALE Blue Lake Colorado Place Condo Fender Shadowrock Aspen Glen Keator Grove GLENWOOD SPRINGS 4 Mile Ranch Westbank Ranch Ironbridge Chelyn Acres Cardiff Bridge ParkEast

ORIGINAL LIST

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ ORIGINAL

DAYS ON MARKET

BEDS

FULL BATH

HALF BATH

SOLD PRICE/ SQ. FT

$1,850,000 $1,350,000 $1,175,000 $1,600,000 $1,150,000 $1,025,000 $849,000 $859,000 $825,000

$1,760,000 $1,285,000 $1,245,000 $1,162,500 $1,100,000 $986,500 $830,000 $810,000 $750,000

95% 95% 106% 73% 96% 96% 98% 94% 91%

133 67 297 275 35 50 65 139 123

3 4 3 3 4 5 3 4 3

3 3 3 2 2 4 3 2 2

1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

$679.80 $409.50 $588.93 $839.96 $556.68 $328.18 $368.73 $297.68 $335.42

$995,000 $849,000 $799,000 $779,000 $699,500

$945,000 $825,965 $795,000 $779,000 $695,000

95% 97% 99% 100% 99%

98 52 45 103 57

3 3 4 4 4

2 3 3 3 2

1 0 2 0 1

$317.54 $277.08 $253.75 $286.40 $279.12

$789,000 $799,000 $699,000 $695,000 $650,000 $609,000

$789,000 $773,000 $710,000 $685,000 $650,000 $609,000

100% 97% 102% 99% 100% 100%

485 82 43 192 121 218

5 4 3 3 4 3

3 2 2 2 3 3

1 0 0 1 1 1

$234.68 $355.73 $370.56 $299.65 $167.01 $337.02

$925,000 $879,000 $769,000 $789,000 $630,000 $620,000

$912,500 $805,000 $771,956 $720,000 $630,000 $620,000

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92 84 194 130 62 52

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$298.69 $141.78 $326.68 $229.37 $272.26 $197.39

(This data is a sampling of sold properties from 8/1/18 to 8/31/18, Source: Aspen Glenwood MLS)

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GOOD TIMES

A Red Hill Picnic with Wilderness Workshop Each summer, Wilderness Workshop offers a series of free, guided hikes to the public. On August 26, the bilingual Red Hill Family Hike and Picnic introduced locals and visitors alike to one of Carbondale’s most celebrated recreational hotspots. Learn more about the hike series at  WildernessWorkshop.org. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JUSTIN PATRICK AND ALICIA ZERINGUE

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El Jebel Volunteer Playground Build

Valley Settlement recently helped create a new space for children in El Jebel when the Carbondale-based nonprofit hosted some 173 volunteers for a playground build. The play equipment, picnic tables, benches, planters, shade structures, and more went up in just six hours. Project partners  included KaBOOM!, The Colorado Health Foundation, Crawford Properties, and Eagle County. PHOTOGRAPHY BY PAUL HILTS

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AROUND TOWN

DAY OF THE DEAD WEEK IN BASALT October 29 through November 2, the Basalt Regional Library hosts a week of festivities in celebration of the Day of the Dead. Daily family-friendly activities and events inspired by the traditions of Mexico are free and open to the public. First up is an October 29 screening of the award-winning Disney/Pixar film "Coco" at 4 p.m., followed by a papel picado (tissue paper flag) workshop on October 30 also at 4 p.m. On Halloween, kids can join the sugar skull decorating competition at 3 p.m. The November 1 activity features a flower crown and mask-making class at 4 p.m., and November 2 offers a screening of the computer-animated musical adventure film "The Book of Life." Visit BasaltLibrary.org for full details.

animals and their habitats through this growing scholarship program.

ROARING FORK AUDUBON CAMP SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

The summer camp options include the American Birding Association's Camp Colorado in Estes Park

Young local wildlife enthusiasts and birdwatch-

(July 27-August 2, 2019), plus the Bird Conservancy

ers are invited to apply for one of four scholarships

of the Rockies' overnight sessions "Taking Flight"

that Roaring Fork Audubon will offer for the 2019

(June 9-14, 2019) and "On the Wing" (June 20-28,

summer camp season. This number is up from just

2019) in Allenspark. The application period is now

one scholarship for the recent 2018 season, as the

open, and teens 13-18 years of age may apply online

organization strives to promote teen awareness

at RoaringForkAudubon.org  until January 31,

of the natural world and conservation of native

2019. Early applications are encouraged.

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OPEN HOUSE

A VALLEY

DREAM ARTICLE BRIDGET GREY

PHOTOGRAPHY ESTATEPHOTOVIDEO.COM - KIT MITCHELL AS THE WEATHER COOLS AND THE DAYS BECOME SHORTER, OUR ATTENTION IS DRAWN INDOORS. Fall and winter are the seasons of gathering—with friends, family, neighbors, and out-of-town guests who warm our homes with joy and 12

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good company. If hospitality is high on your list of priorities, this Aspen Glen dream home checks every box for even the most discerning host or hostess. Situated at the 18th fairway beside the exclusive gated community’s Nicklaus-designed golf course, the property is surrounded by expansive lawns and multiple outdoor entertaining areas. The Rio Grande bike trail and the gold-medal waters of the Roaring Fork River are at your fingertips, as are the close conveniences of Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. Greet your guests with promises of both adventure and luxurious comfort in the home’s impressive entry area complete with a circular drive and grand porte-cochère. Indoors, the wonderful sunlight-drenched space flows easily between living and dining and is accented by a marvelous floor-to-ceiling fireplace perfect for cozy evenings. A sharp, modern kitchen and welcoming dining area make hosting dinners, brunches, holiday soirées, and other gatherings a snap. When the conversation winds down, overnight guests may retire to one of the lovely upstairs bedrooms with direct Mt. Sopris views while the host

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lavish bath and private lawn access.

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This sophisticated custom-built property, now offered

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at $1,399,000, is available through Coldwell Banker Mason Morse. Contact listing agents Elissa Markoya at 970.704.3209 and Tessa Maize at 970.309.3496, or visit MasonMorse.com. October 2018 | Roaring Fork Lifestyle

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ROAD TRIP

u-pick

paradise

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AROUND NEW CASTLE, THE SEASON'S APPLE AND PUMPKINPICKING FUN AWAITS FAMILIES AT A TRIO OF FARM EXPERIENCES PHOTOGRAPHY ESTATEPHOTOVIDEO.COM - KIT MITCHELL

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ROAD TRIP

(CON TI N U ED)

THE FALL FUN HOTSPOT If you’re not familiar with the autumn awesomeness that is “The Pumpkinator,” head to New Castle Gardens and find out. The pumpkin-launching slingshot is just one of many kid-approved activities offered daily during the full service nursery’s October harvest season. Families can also play putt-putt golf or cornhole, embark on a hayride adventure, hit the giant slide, and peruse a huge selection of colorful Colorado-grown pumpkins and warty gourds to take home. Fall mums, cornstalks, and straw bales are also available for purchase. And that’s just on weekdays. Every weekend, the nursery  kicks  things vendors, artisan goods, and more. Picnics are encouraged, and birthday

NEW CASTLE GARDENS

parties or school trips are welcome with advance notice by calling ahead. At

6501 Peach Valley Rd,

$5/child, $8/adult, and kids under three for free, a full day of fun at this spot

New Castle

is one of the best family deals around this season.

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up a notch to offer additional festivities like face painting, music, special

970.984.3850 THE HISTORIC ORCHARD Ready for homemade pies, spice  cakes, sauces, and butters? Visit

October Hours: Tuesday/Wednesday/Sunday

Orchard Creek Ranch this month and pick your weight in fresh high-coun-

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

try apples perfect for all of your fall baking aspirations. Situated along

Thursday/Friday/Saturday

beautiful Canyon Creek between West Glenwood and New Castle, the

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

organically-maintained orchard is home to some 240 heirloom trees

planted nearly eight decades ago. Grab one of the ranch’s long-pole pickers and fill your bag with Rome, Jonathan, and unusual Double Red

ORCHARD CREEK RANCH

Delicious apples to eat fresh or take home.

156 County Road 137,

In addition to its u-pick business, the working ranch sells wonderful

Glenwood Springs

fresh-pressed cider, dried apple chips, apple cider vinegar, apple wood

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sized for your grill or smoker, sweet and ornamental corn, and fresh giant

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sunflowers. It also produces hay and a certified-industrial hemp crop.

October Hours:

Arguably one of the state’s most picturesque orchards, the ranch offers

Friday-Sunday

plenty of opportunities to snap some gorgeous autumn photos of the fam-

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

ily—so don’t forget your camera.

OSAGE GARDENS THE CLASSIC PUMPKIN PATCH Known throughout the region for its outstanding organic herbs, Osage

New Castle

Gardens is also a beloved fall destination for families. Parents with toddlers

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and elementary-aged children will especially appreciate a laid-back after-

970.876.5445 (Farm Store)

noon at this family-owned working farm where admission is free and the

October Hours:

staff are particularly welcoming of younger kiddos.

Monday-Friday

Browse the pumpkin field for your perfect pick and choose from an

11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

array of orange, white, speckled, bumpy, smooth, large, and small vari-

Saturday & Sunday

eties. The goods are paid for by the pound, after being weighed on an

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

old-fashioned scale inside the Osage Farm Store. Snacks, harvest goodies, produce, and Big B’s local apple cider can also be purchased in the quaint shop for picnics at tables on the farm grounds. Kids can explore the hay bale maze (which gets bigger and better every year), scramble to the top of Hay Mountain, explore the jumbo sandbox, or pose for pics at the photo op station. Don’t forget to grab a few of the farm’s own organic pie pumpkins before you leave, too.

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1. In addition to organic apples and corn, Orchard Creek Ranch grows sunflowers. 2. Local youngster Rosie reaches for a Rome apple at Orchard Creek Ranch. 3. Orchard Creek Ranch owner Kirstie Steiner shows off a giant sunflower.

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4. Kids and parents alike love exploring 6.

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New Castle Gardens' autumn displays. 5. Costumed artist Jillian Davis leads Saturday children’s activities at New Castle Gardens. 6. Twins Henry and Corbyn pose by the Osage Gardens old-fashioned pumpkin scale.

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7. Little ones dig into the giant sandbox at Osage Gardens. 8. Fall photo opps abound at New Castle Gardens. CONTINUED >

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KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: //01 The New Castle Gardens store proudly doubles as a gallery, so don’t miss works by local artists such as Noemi and Kris Kosmowski, Bonnie Daniels, Simone Robertson, and George W. Cutting III.

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Just beyond Orchard Creek Ranch on County Road 137 is the historic Little Red Schoolhouse, which served the children of local ranchers from the early 1900s through the ‘50s. It’s a must-see in the area.

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Osage Gardens hosts hundreds of local school kids for educational farm tours throughout the month of October. If you wish to skip the weekday crowds, visit after 12:30 p.m.

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MARBLE

Beds 4 | Baths 3.5 | $1,219,000 Magnificent nine-acre compound with outstanding views, abundant wildlife, easy access, mature trees, great outdoor living spaces with fire pit, custombuilt swing, and end of the road privacy. Sold semi-furnished with every décor selected to fit the setting. Features include country kitchen, custom tile work, hardwood plank floors, large accent beam work, stone fireplace, wonderful window placement and a master suite on the main floor. Bring the horses to explore the thousands of acres adjoining. Web Id#: RF154922

Sarah Woelfle 970.319.9583 sarahw@masonmorse.com

970.948.3069 srubin@masonmorse.com

Beds 4 | Baths 4 | $945,000 Beautiful home on a very private five-acres. Huge views of Mt Sopris allowing lots of natural light. Easy entertaining from the wonderful decks off of the kitchen and living room. The lower level includes a large family rec room, two bedrooms, and a full bath with steam shower. Get the best of both worlds – privacy on acreage, YET close to town for dining and amenities. Web Id#: RF155731

Patty Brendlinger

970.379.5484 pbrendlnger@masonmorse.com

THE SOURCE

Beds 4 | Baths 3.5 | $2,250,000 You’ll be amazed by the absolutely breathtaking views, stunning architecture and advanced sustainability of this home! Created by Hagman Architects, and featured in Aspen Magazine, this home is the definition of “no detail was overlooked.” From the contemporary design to the solar energy and SIP Panel construction to the intelligent fencing for the horses – there’s just too many unique features of this home to list. A definite must-see property! Web Id#: RF149733

Rod Woelfle 970.404.3882 rod@masonmorse.com

Sherry Rubin

CARBONDALE

MISSOURI HEIGHTS

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

Beds 4 | Baths 3.5 | $1,295,000 Exceptional single-level home on the banks of the Roaring Fork River. Features include radiant heat bamboo floors, solar hot water and electricity, central A/C, master with soaking tub, surround sound, low-water gardens, central vac, an artist workshop and so much more. Whether you’re looking for a low-maintenance sanctuary or a fabulous place to entertain, this is a must see. Web Id#: RF155587

Roshni Slali 970.379.6580 roshni@masonmorse.com Leslie Newbury 970.379.6556 leslie@masonmorse.com

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MISSOURI HEIGHTS

Beds 3 | Baths 3.5 | $1,750,000 One of a kind property in Hawk Ridge with views, privacy, acreage and irrigation water. Comfortable home with passive solar design is perched on a knoll and boasts expansive views of the Elk Range and Mt. Sopris. Private master suite has direct access to deck and hot tub. Chef friendly kitchen remodeled in 1999 with cherry, alder, granite and tile accents plus newer appliances. Extras include a two-bedroom cottage, large historic barn, greenhouse, pond, fenced pastures, and more. Web Id#: RF156071

Nancy Emerson

970.366.1194 nemerson@masonmorse.com

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

Beds 5 | Baths 4 | $780,000 Five-bedroom, four-bath home in Glenwood Springs. A dream come true. Gourmet kitchen, granite counters, subzero fridge, and steam shower. Walk in closet in spacious master. Hot tub off master suite. Private fenced yard with fire pit. Ample room for family or guests, spacious downstairs living. Heated driveway and central vac system. Web Id#: RF155583

Donavan OToole

970.230.2004 donavan@masonmorse.com

MISSOURI HEIGHTS

Beds 4 | Baths 4 | $895,000 Large home situated on over 14 private acres with Sopris view. Super insulated interior for noise control and energy efficiency. Plenty of custom details. Kitchen features granite counters, tile flooring, cushion close cabinets. Soaring ceilings in living room plus hardwood floors, woodstove and incredible views. Main level master suite. Upstairs loft area plus bedroom/bath. Guest quarters on lower level. Barn, dog kennel, garage/ workshop. Quiet. No HOA. Web Id#: RF155823

Nancy Emerson

970.366.1194 nemerson@masonmorse.com

GLENWOOD SPRINGS

2.03 Acres | $149,000 All of the preliminary work has been done and approved by HOA. This gorgeous lot located in the beautiful gated Elk Springs community is ready for someone to call home. Soils test, water and sewer tap fees paid. Building plans approved by HOA or bring your own. Elk Springs is abundant with wildlife and tranquility. This lot has it ALL – Views, flat building area, trees…come and see for yourself. Web Id#: RF154533

Becky Ciani

970.309.1027 becky@masonmorse.com

To find each property on www.masonmorse.com type in the Web Id# in your property search. Aspen 970.925.7000 | Snowmass Village 970.923.7700 | Basalt 970.927.3000

Carbondale 970.963.3300 | Redstone 970.963.1061 | Glenwood 970.928.9000


FOR THE LOVE OF DINING WHICH INGREDIENTS MAKE THE MOST MEMORABLE MEALS? (HINT: THEY'RE NOT NECESSARILY EDIBLE)

GATHERING,

PREPARING,

AND

SHARING

FOOD

BRINGS US TOGETHER, LIKE PRIMAL ANCESTORS TO FIRE. Shimmering succulence, heady aromas, beguiling textures: Mouthing a delicious morsel often gives rise to shared smiles, sighs, or an eyes-shut collective moan. The pleasure and power of food in stirring our emotions is undeniable. With lives driven by culinary passion, three area chefs share what makes food so memorable for them.

ARTICLE GENEVIÈVE JOËLLE VILLAMIZAR

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MAWA MCQUEEN of Market Street Kitchen (Willits) and Mawa's Kitchen (Aspen)

Born in Ivory Coast and raised in Paris with a mother who loved to cook for her family, McQueen has an innate, sensual reverence for food. RFL: WHAT’S YOUR MOST MEMORABLE MEAL? “Always a family get-together, as we are a large family. I will cook, and everybody always thinks it’s my mom’s cooking. My mom never denied cooking—this happened a lot.” WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF GREAT DINING? “I think it is the people you are with, not the food. Of course then, the love that you put into cooking, or doing things for other people, is what comes through. People appreciate the effort you put in to provide for them, when you go out of your way to make something.” ARE THERE ANY DISHES ESPECIALLY GREAT FOR SHARING WITH OTHERS? “Absolutely. Spanish,

or

Anything African.

Mediterranean,

They

understand

food, and that it is about sharing. Look at the culture of people who share food. Because of the culture, it’s not fancy, it’s made to be shared. Examples: hummus, guacamole, tagine plate to share.” WHAT’S THE BEST DISH YOU ATE GROWING UP? “Fried fish and plantains, fried bananas, Senegalese Fish and Rice (Thiéboudienne).” WHAT’S YOUR EARLIEST FOOD MEMORY? “Fried donut filled with apple compote. Earliest food I made. I made it every Saturday until I nailed it. First time didn’t rise, second time didn’t cook through. People thought I was crazy.” HOW CAN HOME COOKS MAKE MORE MEMORABLE MEALS? “To make a memorable meal at home you need to enjoy the experience of cooking for others. If you’re stressed about it, don’t even do it. It needs to be enjoyable. You need to put your heart out there and people will love it. In a nutshell, what makes the meal memorable is the people you’re with and your state of mind, not the ingredients and not the food.” CONTINUED >

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FOR THE LOVE OF DINING

(CON TI N U ED)

Crafted by the same three brothers-from-another-mother behind Slow Groovin’ BBQ, Redstone’s soon-to-open Propaganda Pie will specialize in Detroit style pan pizza from scratch. Destination dining at its best, Propaganda Pie has ideal Crystal River-side seating and stunning red rock canyon views. The fellas will host live music and offer up billiards, an arcade, and plenty of great outdoor games for all ages. RFL: HOW DID YOU THREE START OUT? “Pizza and BBQ are foods that we’re passionate about, that we love to share with our friends and family. Ryan [Vinciguerra] and I grew up together and have been friends since elementary

STEPHEN HORNER of Slow Groovin' (Marble and Snowmass) and Propaganda Pie (Redstone)

school. I met Nial [O’Connor] in college and we became roommates, best friends, and the stars of our culinary program at Mercyhurst College. Ryan got the same degree from Ohio State. We all moved to Marble when Ryan founded our first restaurant there, Slow Groovin’.” WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF GREAT DINING? “Passion. Passion inspires people to continue to improve. It creates an excitement, to share their knowledge and skills with guests. Dining outside in a destination location is always a bonus, too.” WHAT DID YOU LOVE TO EAT AS A KID? “My Uncle Mark’s grilled chicken. We would eat it with our hands in the back yard for all of our summer family reunions.” EARLIEST FOOD MEMORY? “BBQ ribs for my seventh birthday. My face was covered with sauce!” FAVORITE DISH ON YOUR RESTAURANT’S MENU AT THE MOMENT? “Detroit style pizza with pepperoni and banana peppers.” FAVORITE MEAL OF THE DAY? “Late lunch after spending the day playing in the mountains.” WHAT’S YOUR ADVICE FOR MAKING BETTER MEALS AT HOME? “Cook from scratch, cook for loved ones, and eat outside.”

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Business partners (from left) Nial O'Connor, Ryan Vinciguerra, and Stephen Horner of Propaganda Pie and Slow Groovin'


MOLLY MOGAVERO of EAT (New Castle)

At EAT, Mogavero says she strives to “bring you back home, to when food was wholesome and fresh and mealtime was the highlight of the day.” With handcrafted cocktails, deliberate wines and micros, EAT offers familiar meals with a creative spin—just to keep the flavors lively. RFL: WHAT MEMORY INFUSES THE EFFORTS YOU PUT INTO SUCH A HEARTFELT KITCHEN? “There is nothing more memorable, gratifying, and intimate, nothing more real, than sitting down to a meal with others.  It allows us to feel so connected to one another and gifts us the opportunity to feel human. At EAT, the baking and cooking starts early in the day for me,  especially when all the breads offered are made in-house. It amazes me that five simple ingredients (water, salt, sugar, yeast, and flour) can render the most brilliant food on earth: bread. This reminds me of my childhood.  I grew up on homemade bread. Saturdays were bread-baking days for my mom. Every so often she’d allow all of my siblings and me to sit around the kitchen table with homemade strawberry jelly, butter, and a hot loaf of white bread that she took right out of the oven. We weren’t allowed to touch anything on the table until she said, ‘Go!’  It only took seconds to break bread and leave nothing but a trail of crumbs on the table and jelly all over our face and hands. Eating that bread was the best feeling ever. It was soul food! It was pure and kind and human. It made me feel so happy. I cook to nurture. Our scratch-made meals at EAT start off with the same feeling and anticipation. Everything we do is done with kindness and excellence. Good food brings people together.”

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Off the Spit at Roosters A NEW DOWNTOWN CARBONDALE EATERY SERVES UP ROTISSERIE AND MORE WITH COMMUNITY-MINDED FLAIR ARTICLE ALEXANDER WILLIARD | PHOTOGRAPHY ESTATEPHOTOVIDEO.COM - KIT MITCHELL

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THE RESTAURATEUR AND I ARE SITTING ACROSS FROM EACH OTHER IN THE SECONDARY DINING ROOM, A SPACE AT THE FRONT OF THE RESTAURANT WHICH FEATURES AN ELEGANT FLOOR-TO-CEILING SHELF. Decorated with vintage containers that you’d find in any farmhouse kitchen, it contrasts nicely with the contemporary design of Roosters’ interior. The open floor plan, featuring  industrial-style lighting, exposed brick walls, and rustic hardwood tables, allows guests an open view into the kitchen, patio space, and Carbondale’s Main Street. Everything is meticulously taken care of: menu, atmosphere, and friendly wait staff. I still, however, can’t keep my eyes off the shelf, which is supported by a hexagonal patchwork of slats that come together to create numerous cubes filled top to bottom with a varied collection of red wines, not even one aged less than five years. It’s something that, I would like to think, would make even the most discerning sommelier’s mouth water. Overall, it’s quite the entrance to such a casually beautiful restaurant, and I can’t help hoping that he’ll reach over and pop open one of those bottles as he begins to give the rundown on what it’s like to be a restaurant owner in Carbondale. Mladen Todorovic is the former proprietor of the upvalley breakfast spot Aspen Over Easy, which closed recently due to a change in property ownership. He tells me about the vision he and his partners Kyle Raymond and Pawel Osiak have for Roosters, which opened late this summer. As he explains the preparations that were made, he picks up one of the corn tortilla tacos sitting in front of him and takes a bite. He looks at me and says with profound simplicity, “I don’t want to serve guests food that I wouldn’t want to eat myself.” Boasting a menu stocked with a variety of sumptuous rotisserie-cooked meats ranging from chicken to prime rib, the restaurant’s offerings prove that Todorovic is a man of his word. Not a red meat eater? Not to  worry: Roosters has a creative spread of vegetarian, pescatarian, and even a handful of vegan options. The brunch menu is particularly inclusive of special diets, focusing on smoothies made fresh from whole fruits, delicious pastries, and favorite American breakfast classics with a Roosters spin. There truly is something for everyone. Even greater than the amount of passion Todorovic has for food is how much he cares about community. He notes that “thriving local businesses” that work together toward a shared goal “are a sign of CONTINUED >

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OFF THE SPIT

(CON TI N U ED)

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HOPS & VINE

SPOOK-TAILS DO THE MONSTER MASH WITH THESE FALL-FOCUSED COCKTAILS PERFECT FOR HALLOWEEN FESTIVITIES PHOTOGRAPHY NICOLETTE MARTIN

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INGREDIENTS

INGREDIENTS

+ 2 ounces bourbon (Bulleit)

+ 1.5 ounces vodka (Tito’s)

+ Milk

+ 1/2 ounce brown sugar

+ 1.5 ounces Godiva

+ Mint chocolate chip ice cream

& cinnamon syrup

+ Halloween Oreos

chocolate liqueur

+ 2 dashes of orange bitters

+ 1/2 ounce Frangelico liqueur

+ 5 candy corns

+ Graham crackers

+ Gummy worms

+ Marshmallows DIRECTIONS

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTIONS

Combine all ingredients in a shaker tin. Muddle

Combine all ingredients except for the graham

Crush 5-8 Oreos inside a plastic bag.

the candy corns inside the shaker tin, add ice

crackers and marshmallows in a shaker tin.

Layer the bottom of a glass with half of

and shake vigorously until sufficiently chilled

Add ice and shake vigorously until sufficiently

the crushed Oreos to make a nice base.

and blended. Strain through a fine mesh

chilled and blended. Crush graham crackers in

Add 2-3 scoops of mint chocolate chip ice

strainer in an old fashioned glass over a large

a plastic bag to make a fine powder. Coat half

cream and fill the rest of the glass with cold

ice cube. Garnish with a piece of candy corn on

of a martini glass with your crushed graham

milk. Add another layer of crushed Oreos to

top of the ice cube and enjoy!

crackers and strain your cocktail into the

float on top. Finish with 2-3 gummy worms

coated martini glass. Layer the top of the drink

around the top and enjoy!

with marshmallows and toast with a crème brûlée torch. Enjoy! Cocktails crafted by Sam Lage, beverage director for 39 Bevco. 39Bevco.com 34

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5-7 & 11-13 "EQUUS" Thunder River Theatre

Carbondale's Thunder River Theatre Company presents the acclaimed play "Equus" directed by Corey Simpson. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play in 1975, “Equus” is a dark and astonishing drama about a teen boy's violent religious obsession with horses. Performances at 7:30 p.m., except the October 7 matinee at 2 p.m.

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Tickets: $30 adults, $20 20/30-somethings, $15 students.  ThunderRiverTheatre.com 

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13 HARVEST PARTY Rock Bottom Ranch

Join the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) for this festive, family-friendly autumn event in Basalt! A fundraiser benefiting  ACES environmental science education initiatives, the Harvest Party features live music, lunch, fun ranch activities, pumpkin carving, hay rides, dancing, and much more. Noon to 4 p.m. This is a car-free event; ticket and transportation details at AspenNature.org. 

14 LATINO FOLK ART GARDEN CLEAN-UP Rio Grande Trail

From 2-5 p.m., Carbondale Arts hosts a volunteer clean-up

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at the Latino Folk Art Garden at 8th Street and the Rio Grande Bike Trail downtown. Work tools and gardening gloves are encouraged if you have them. CarbondaleArts.com

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19-21 SPECTRUM DANCE FESTIVAL The Launchpad

Dance Initiative presents the  Sixth  Annual Spectrum Dance Festival, celebrating the art of dance in all its forms during three days of workshops, performance, and film. Experience movement workshops in jazz, modern, and African along with a studio performance by Artist in Residence

OCTOBER

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UNA Projects and a film screening of "If the Dancer Dances." Registration and more at DanceInitiative.org.

21 ALOHA SHAKA CROSS North Face Bike Park

The Roaring Fork Valley’s leading cyclo-cross event returns and draws a large crowd of supporters and riders for autumn and Thanksgiving races at Carbondale’s North Face Bike Park. The first race takes place October 21, with following races on November 4 and 22. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. For information, visit Carbondale.com or follow Aloha Shaka Cross on Facebook.

23 DSQ ELECTRIC Jeannie Miller Theatre at GSHS

The Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association presents this internationally-known group at 7 p.m. at the Glenwood Springs High School auditorium. DSQ Electric offers high-energy contemporary and classical music on electric and traditional stringed instruments. Admission is by annual membership in the association ($40/ adult, $15/student). GSConcertAssn.org

27 THE PLAY-GROUND THEATRE'S HALLOWEEN SHOW The Temporary

Bring the kids for this delightful one-hour show of Halloween hilarity with Colorado's leading children's theatre troupe! Puppetry, silly characters, sing-a-longs, and more are fun for the whole family. Basalt police officers will be on hand to discuss Halloween safety. Costumes encouraged! Doors open at 2:30 p.m., performance at 3 p.m. Tickets: $9 day-of or $7 in advance at TACAW.org.  38

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OCT 29-NOV 2 DAY OF THE DEAD WEEK Basalt Regional Library

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Celebrate the Day of the Dead at the

library with a week-long series of family events inspired by the traditions

of Mexico. Enjoy a film screening of "Coco" (10/29), papel picado class (10/30), sugar skull decorating com-

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30 KINDLE FIRE BASICS Basalt Regional Library

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LOCAL’S CHOICE

CRAVEABLE

Ticklebelly Desserts (Aurora) TickleBelly.com

COLORADO

EIGHT LOCALLY-MADE FOOD PRODUCTS FROM AROUND THE VALLEY AND THE STATE

Justin's Nut Butters (Boulder) Justins.com

ARTICLE BRIDGET GREY Jackson's Honest Potato Chips (Crested Butte) JacksonsHonest.com

Jen's Cafe Bars (Basalt) JensCafeBars.com

Big B's Apple Juice (Hotchkiss) BigBs.com

BUY LOCAL, EAT AND DRINK LOCAL, SUPPORT LOCAL. In Colorado, the loca-

Two Leaves and A Bud Organic Teas (Basalt) TwoLeavesTea.com

vore movement has been in full swing for years and isn’t showing signs of slowing any Roaring Fork Beer Company Freestone Extra Pale Ale (Carbondale) RoaringForkBeerCo.com

time soon. In fact, it’s bigger and more powerful than ever: According to a recent study by the Boulder-based Brewers Association, Colorado’s craft beer industry alone is now a $3 billion industry, making our per-capita economic impact for that category of beverage higher than any other state  in the nation. Local small food and drink producers—many of whom are quickly becoming  big  producers—are  baking, brewing, roasting, and blending an array of products that are as fun and creative  as the people  who consume them. Many are organic

Roaring Fork Spice Co. Seasoning Blends (Glenwood Springs) RoaringForkSpice.com 42

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or made with local ingredients; all are Coloradan. Here are some of our favorites.


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October 2018 Issue of Roaring Fork Lifestyle