A Timeline of Colorado Food by Bill St John

Wed, 12/19/2018 - 5:30pm - 9:00pm

In the late 1800s, farming and ranching had begun to eclipse mining as more profitable enterprises for those living here. Sugar beet, Palisade peach, and Rocky Ford cantaloupe all trace their lineage to this time. When reail made all movement possible, we became the great inland merchants of food to the central West. In addition, he will talk about the influence on cooking that we gained from New Spain and our native population.