Food and Drink
Food and Drink
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November 19, 2010
Take a break this year and let someone else do the cooking. Stuff your face with these ski & stay packages, activities, and more—all happening at various resorts over Thanksgiving weekend. Giving thanks has never been so sweet.—MacKenzie Carroll
September 28, 2010
Located just outside of Santiago, Valle de Colchagua, Casablanca Valley, and Rosario Valley are all home to world-class wineries in Chile. After a few days on the slopes, head to one of these five wineries to find out why Chilean reds and whites are two of the country's best-kept secrets.
September 21, 2010
Serving up one last chance to extend the summer, the 17th Annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival offered world class music and craft beer in a picturesque mountain setting this past weekend. We headed to Town Park to check out the festivities. Telluride Blues and Brews Festival provides the kind of funky, laid back attitude that can only be found in Telluride. At 8,750 feet above sea level, the historic mining town has long been considered the quintessential Colorado concert experience and we would have to agree.
August 5, 2010
Ski towns party hard, even in the off season. Sample fresh brews and enjoy the final months of summer in the mountains. By Becca Fanning
June 23, 2010
It's been three days since the 28th Food & Wine Classic in Aspen packed up their seminar kitchens, closed the flaps on the Grand Tasting Pavilion and pulled out of town—and we're still full. Check out the photos for a taste of the indulgence.
June 22, 2010
America's turning 234 years old: This calls for a celebration. No one throws a better party than ski towns, winter or summer. Check out these July 4th celebrations that combine classic festivities, free entertainment and outdoor adventures. By Cassandra Orton
June 21, 2010
If you’re looking for a farmers market to grab local foods and crafts during your trip to the mountains, we’ve got seven great markets to put on your list. by Colette Maddock
December 18, 2009
A skier's gotta eat. Be it a piping, hot breakfast, après-ski snacks or a spare-no-expense dinner on the mountain, ski towns know how to fill a belly. Here's an eclectic selection of restaurants, bars and lodges where the grub is sure to satisfy after (or before) a long day on the slopes.
August 6, 2009
You burn anywhere from 400 to 600 calories per hour skiing, depending on your weight and how aggressively you ski. Plus, the colder it is, the harder your body has to work to keep warm. A hearty breakfast and a sensible lunch are important, but you need to fuel your muscles between meals, too. Energy bars are a standard choice, and for good reason: They pack a lot of calories into a little space. But sometimes those pocket-sized meals are more than you need. Luckily, they’re no longer your only option. By Caroline Johnson