Last weekend, Boxcar Coffee Roasters introduced a new line of sweet and savory pastry selections, made in-house daily. The goods are created by pastry chef Milli Petters, who baked at the now-closed Frasca Caffe. Among the new items are ham and cheese croissants and a few gluten-free choices.
Inside the same space, Cured, a shop dedicated to specialty foods - charcuterie, cheese, wine, and more - launched Pasta Wednesday. Once a week, fresh, hand-cranked pastas will be available to-go for roughly $14 (depending upon ingredients) in portions that will serve two. What kind of pastas? Think pappardelle with pumpkin brodo and prosciutto; raviolo-like "love letters," filled with tarragon, duck and chèvre; tortellone with artichoke, lemon, herbs and Fruition ricotta. Take them home and dinner is ready!
· Cured in Boulder Launches Catering [EDEN]