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The obscure Supreme Court case that decided tomatoes are vegetables

It's a question used to trick schoolkids the nation over: Is the tomato actually a fruit or vegetable?

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Google Maps pulls cupcake calorie-counting feature after backlash

A new Google feature that may have seemed sweet quickly turned sour.

United Airlines dragging incident that went viral produces firings, suspensions of officers

Two airport security officers have been fired and two others suspended for their roles in forcibly removing a doctor from a United Airlines flight in April at the Chicago O'Hare International Airport, a raucous scene that was recorded on…

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Denver-based Romano’s Macaroni Grill files for bankruptcy protection

The owner of Romano's Macaroni Grill filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday, blaming its falling fortunes on the changing tastes of diners who increasingly don't want to eat at sit-down restaurant chains.

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Aurora kicks off pioneering bike-share programs

Dockless bike share companies including Ofo and LimeBike are already moving their colorful bicycle fleets into the city.

Where to see UFOs and other important Colorado travel questions answered

www.denverpost.com

Moon Colorado guide book author Terri Cook has tips for where to go and what to do in the Centennial State.

Travel Gear: A spa you can take with you

www.denverpost.com

After a vigorous day exploring city sights or hiking in the wilds, it's nice to be able to scrub those aching feet as well as a spa attendant.

Wednesday, Oct 18

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Union Station Whole Foods will house the chain’s first-ever mac and cheese bar

Plus: A look at Birdcall and other restaurants inside the chain's splashy new location.

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Craft beer fanatics raise $1.9 million in quest to buy Anheuser-Busch InBev

The Denver Post

For years, Anheuser Busch InBev has been snapping up beloved craft breweries: Chicago's Goose Island in 2011, Seattle's Elysian and Redhook in 2015, and Colorado's own Breckenridge Brewery the same year.

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Longmont’s Comida is closing

The original brick-and-mortar Comida will close at the end of the month.

Study ranks Denver top city for affordable restaurants; 18th foodie city overall

The WalletHub study makes spicy claims about the local dining scene.

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My wife wanted to honeymoon in Fiji. I wanted to taste San Francisco’s best sourdough

My wife-to-be wanted to honeymoon in Fiji. An obsessive baker, I wanted to taste San Francisco's best sourdough.

A new Kitchen Next Door, lobster rolls, and more Denver restaurant openings

Does Denver need more lobster rolls? Well, it's getting them.

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Curlers upset with American Airlines after agent allegedly denies curling is a sport

"[The agent] said curling isn't a sport," McInrue Savage, 34, said Saturday, a day after posting her exchange in a post that went viral on Facebook. "I told her it's in the Olympics."

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Aw, shucks: Get your oysters on the cheap at these Denver happy hours

We've broken down your options by your food pairings from pizza to tacos.

Denver’s newest escape room is also the first in town to serve themed booze and food

Solutions offers food and drink with a steampunk feel. But don't get too drunk, or else you'll never escape.

On the Fridge: To make this frittata, use your noodles

Just when you think you've had every kind of frittata in the egg playbook, along comes yet another good one to tackle.

Tuesday, Oct 17

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Even with a healthful tweak, and this savory veg bake stays sumptuous

This recipe is my spin on a favorite from the very first cookbook I owned: the "Moosewood Cookbook," by Mollie Katzen (Ten Speed Press, 1977). That book, which I still have -- its cover sun-bleached and pages spattered -- fed me throughout…

Bread bowl to your door: Panera launches delivery in Denver, northern Colorado areas

The Denver Post

Following a successful roll out in Colorado Springs earlier this year, Panera Bread has expanded its delivery service into the Denver metro area and northern Colorado and is seeking to hire 400 new employees to accommodate it.

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4 places to pick up cooking tips and tricks in Arapahoe County

If you're not comfortable around a stove or even a set of knives just yet, holiday cooking can be stressful. Luckily, there are several places all over Arapahoe County where you can take a cooking class to sharpen your skills.

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Volvo’s electric car brand Polestar unveils first model

Volvo Cars' performance electric car brand, Polestar, unveiled a four-seat coupe in lightweight carbon fiber as its first model Tuesday, adding to competition in a market dominated until now by Tesla.

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Trouble for mustard fans as drought cuts seeds used in Dijon

Canada, the world's biggest grower, has been ravaged by drought in its southern Prairie provinces, cutting the harvest of all mustard-crop varieties by half to the smallest in 11 years. Among the hardest hit are brown mustard seeds,…

Your ultimate guide to family-friendly fall (and winter) fun in Arapahoe County

Your complete list of family-friendly fall and winter activities in Arapahoe County

The ultimate guide for family-friendly fall (and winter) fun in Denver

Denver is extremely festive when it comes to the holidays. Here are some places to go to celebrate Halloween and the holidays.

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Brewers Association wants to #TakeCraftBack from Anheuser-Busch by raising $213 billion

The association that represents the nation's independent craft brewers wants to buy a beer industry heavy-weight - Anheuser-Busch-InBev

Monday, Oct 16

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Get Cooking: Mrs. DiTomas’ White Pizza

Mrs. DiTomas' recipe for white pizza is very moist, more so than any commercial focaccia could be, and it’s also slightly sweet.

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Greeley’s Syntax Spirits plans to “kick it up a notch” with rebrand

Heather Bean built a market for her whiskey, rum and vodka with a cartoonish kayaking avatar of herself stuck to every bottle of Greeley-made Syntax Spirits Distillery. But to kick it up a notch, she's rebranding her craft spirits.

Sunday, Oct 15

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A newsroom test kitchen and famously exploding recipe are just the icing on this food editor’s cake

Helen Dollaghan wrote hundreds of stories and published thousands of recipes on cooking, with an emphasis on high-altitude adjustments. But she couldn't foresee the kitchen error that resulted in "Coq au Blam."

Coverage of food was a reflection of the times and satisfied more than appetites

The newspaper food section isn’t going away, let’s be clear, but it certainly has changed.

With Repurpose Bowties, this Regis University student has gone from living out of his car to selling bowties at the Emmy Awards

The Denver Post

The 22-year-old junior at Regis University described his journey as serendipity. But others, close friends, described it as something more. They say he is the "most lucky and unlucky guy" whose life will crumble only for him to build it…