I had the pleasure a few weeks back to view a romantic comedy in Aspen. It was not playing at a local movie theater, but rather all around town during Food & Wine magazine’s annual "Classic" in the Rocky Mountains. The romance involved 5,000 or so "foodies" who traveled to Aspen for a love fest with the culinary glitterati. The comedy comes from watching people fawn over . . . well . . . a bunch of cooks. It’s not so ironic that this 19-year-old event takes place in Aspen, which serves ...

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