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Chad Scothorn on food integrity and artistry

 

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Chad Scothorn

 

EPISODE NOTES:

This week, as you’re planning your Turkey Day feast, I’m excited for you to meet Chad Scothorn, a restaurateur from the Telluride Arts District, Colorado Certified.

Chad finds joy in learning the history of a dish and then putting a twist on it to make it uniquely his own.

What do you think makes for a well-crafted meal? Are you putting any special twists on an old recipe this Thanksgiving? Please consider sharing your thoughts in the comments below!

CHAD’S BIO:

Chad Scothorn brought his culinary vision to Telluride, Colorado, in 1996 after 22 years in restaurants from Oklahoma to Argentina. The Cosmopolitan, a fine-dining, 80-seat restaurant that serves contemporary cuisine, is in the Hotel Columbia, just steps from the gondola in downtown Telluride. Scothorn also operates a private dining room, the Tasting Cellar, on the same premises. The Cosmopolitan has been featured in Wine Spectator as “one of the prime movers of the local dining scene,” listed in the Zagat guide, and has earned the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator every consecutive year since 1998.

Learn more about Chad and his cuisine at his restaurant Cosmopolitan of Telluride →

SPONSORS:

Colorado Creative Industries Boettcher Foundation NEA-300x172

This episode of Beyond the Gallery is made possible by Colorado Creative Industries. A division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade, Colorado Creative Industries sees a future where Colorado is a premiere “Creative Economy.” They strive to create a strong brand identity, a Top 10 reputation, and create significant and sustained investment in the creative sector where creative entrepreneurs and enterprises will flourish.

  • Pam Clausen

    A well-crafted meal starts with love and caring for your family/friends. It should also be balanced in color, texture and nutrients, made with quality ingredients. Memories of my grandmother’s fabulous meals are always with me at holiday time, which helps to keep our traditions alive. Turkey soup is the highlight for us after Thanksgiving, complete with homemade noodles!

    • zachwolfson

      Fantastic, thanks for sharing Pam!

 

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