Colorado

What To Eat in Colorado

Breakfast is especially delicious in Colorado, whether it’s an elegant Duffeyroll in Denver or a mountainous trucker’s feast up north at Johnson’s Corner. Carnivores will delight in the beef (and more) at the Buckhorn Exchange and in creative true-west fare at the one-of-a-kind eatery known as The Fort.

  • Out of embarrassment, sexual panic, or a sense of humor, virtually no eater calls a testicle a testicle. Whether harvested from a rooster, sheep, pig, or bull, edible balls go by such names as prairie oyster, calf fries, cowboy caviar, and – most popular – Rocky Mountain Oysters. They're a favorite hors d'oeuvre in diners and steak houses throughout Colorado.

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  • Loaded with resonant buffalo tips and served in a rich demi-glace with just enough green chiles for an underlying bite, buffalo stew is a modern gloss on vintage frontier food.

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  • Colorado is a land of excellent sweet rolls, both truck-stop large and artisan elegant.

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