Edible Aspen Cocktail and Food Pairing

Edible Aspen Cocktail and Food Pairing

Edible Aspen Cocktail and Food Pairing

Susie Jimenez and I covered the Edible Aspen cocktail and food pairing at the Aspen Chef’s Club, where Colorado distilleries were paired with Aspen area restaurants, farms and other food purveyors. It wasn’t so easy to taste everthing while documenting the events but Susie stuffed everything from crickets to pork belly into my mouth, which I washed down with … of course …. Suerte tequila!

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