Denver - Design District - Alameda and Broadway
368 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Berry compote is simply a cooked, chunky fruit mixture that is made to serve immediately rather than jarred as preserves. This easy-to-make recipe uses frozen berries and is wonderful served warm as a topping for pancakes, waffles, or French toast, or refrigerated to add a delicious touch to yogurt, custard, oatmeal, granola, or ice cream.
Tender, flavorful shrimp stuffed into a sweet little pepper, wrapped in bacon, and grilled to perfection. These flavorful little bites are great as a family dinner or as a crowd-pleasing appetizer. Best of all, you can prepare them up to 24 hours before serving! Just take them out 30 minutes before you plan to grill them.
Risotto often gets a bad rap as fussy or hard to prepare, which couldn’t be further from the truth. Risotto is classy comfort food at its best and while it does require a little attention, it is easy to make—and the perfect Weekend Wow dish to enjoy a glass of wine with while you cook. We even snuck in a little good4u riced cauliflower to add even more veggies per serving. Pour yourself a glass of wine (or kombucha) while you cook and enjoy the ooh’s and ahh’s when you serve this dish.
With its mild flavor and soft-textured leaves, chard blends perfectly with Parmesan cheese, crunchy-salty bacon, and Herbes de Provence in these fun and tasty egg bites. Serve along with a simple, yet bright and flavorful coconut, berry, and mango salad, and you’ll easily impress your friends or family with this easy weekend brunch!