Local culinary arts on display

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In this past week's Side Dish column, I noted several upcoming dinners and events courtesy of Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado and The Pikes Peak Chapter of the American Culinary Federation.

Here's a look at just a few more happenings to cross my radar recently:

• On Sunday, April 24, at 5 p.m., Nosh will host the 4th Annual Fran Folsom Culinary Arts Scholarship Dinner in conjunction with Pikes Peak Community College's Culinary Arts Department and the Blue Star Group. Seats are $95 ($160 per pair), and money raised will provide six culinary students full tuition for their final year of study at PPCC. 

2South chef Supansa Banker mentors Thomas Vitas, a PPCC culinary student. - COURTESY PPCC
  • Courtesy PPCC
  • 2South chef Supansa Banker mentors Thomas Vitas, a PPCC culinary student.

• Next up, Taste of OCC returns as a fundraiser for Bancroft Park from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, May 1. Expect 35 hooch and food vendors, live music and arts demos and a contest to win dinner for two for a year in Old Colorado City. Tickets are $35 ($30 in advance). 
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• The Broadmoor's Natural Epicurean has reopened for the season, with daily service starting at 11:30 a.m. Here's a look at the new menu:
See related PDF NATURAL_EPICUREAN4.1.16.pdf
Tartine of Vegetables from Our Garden: open-faced, grilled provençale vegetables, herbed fresh cheese from Fruition Farms Dairy and Creamery, tomato, Olivewood balsamic. - COURTESY THE BROADMOOR
  • Courtesy the Broadmoor
  • Tartine of Vegetables from Our Garden: open-faced, grilled provençale vegetables, herbed fresh cheese from Fruition Farms Dairy and Creamery, tomato, Olivewood balsamic.

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