July 28, 2015 6pm LaughingLemonPie in-store demo at Whole Foods Bradburn

July 19, 2015
by Emily Klopstein
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In Store Cooking Events at Whole Foods Bradburn!

Yes, you read that right! Your Laughing Lemon Ladies will be live and in-store, cooking locally grown and raised products at the Whole Foods Market in Bradburn (Westminster, just a hair east of 120th & Sheridan) this summer. We’ve enjoyed … Continue reading

A Well-Seasoned Kitchen Review on LaughingLemonPie.com

February 16, 2015
by Emily Klopstein
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Entertaining, Colorado Style: Book Review, A Well-Seasoned Kitchen

A Well-Seasoned Kitchen: Classic Recipes for Contemporary Living is a lovely Colorado-centric cookbook, unique in many ways. The recipes are from the Clayton family files, written and shared by a mother-daughter team after decades of making them for friends and … Continue reading

February 14, 2015
by Emily Klopstein
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Stay in this Valentine’s Day!

For Valentine’s this year we worked up 3 choices for yum – without having to go anywhere, make a reservation, get elbowed at the bar, or put on pointy shoes. With help from our friends at Whole Foods Bradburn, we … Continue reading

February 9, 2015
by Lacy
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Stay In This Valentine’s Day: Surf ‘n Turf for Two

Valentine’s Day! It’s about showing the people you love how much you love them, getting impossible dinner reservations, booking a babysitter six months in advance, wearing uncomfortable “sexy” clothes, paying through the nose for a “prix fixe” menu, getting sideways … Continue reading

August 4, 2014
by Lacy
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Boozy Desserts in Denver (and at Home!)

There’s just something about summer that makes boozy desserts sound awesome—or is that just me? Sangria, popsicles, trifle with a splash of cointreau… Let’s face it:  alcohol and desserts go together like watermelon and summertime! If you want to get really creative, … Continue reading

June 18, 2012
by Lacy
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Cheese 101: How to Make a Cheese Plate for a Dinner Party

Last Friday night I hosted a small dinner party for three of my closest foodie friends.  The “theme” of this party was based on a series of culinary classes I had the great fortune to take for my June column … Continue reading