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Make The Fort’s Buffalo Vegetable Soup at Home

The winter chill and falling snow makes us crave The Fort’s hearty vegetable soup in the comfort and warmth of our homes. This recipe is not only one of the tastiest cold-weather treats in Holly Kinney’s “Shinin’ Times at The Fort” cookbook, but also one of the healthiest. Full of vegetables and lean buffalo meat, this soup will leave you feeling warm and guilt-free. For a heavier meal, add potatoes and a side of fresh-baked bread for dipping.

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Comfort Food and Historic Cocktails, These Are a Few Of Our Favorite Things

As the colder winter months descend upon Colorado, our thoughts here at The Fort naturally gravitate toward filling our belly’s with scrumptious comfort food in front of a roaring fire. This, paired with the anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition, has inspired us to share two iconic recipes from our historic cookbook library, in hopes that you might celebrate the glorious indulgence that is comfort food, as well as the return to the rich traditions of craft fermentation and distillation … Read the entire post >

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The Perfect Dessert Pairing, Featuring Holly’s Adobe Brick Sundae

We serve a lot of ice cream sundaes at The Fort, including one our own Proprietress, Holly Kinney, invented when she was just ten years old. When The Fort first opened, you could purchase a small brick of vanilla ice cream, which we sprinkled generously with a mixture of Nestlé’s hot cocoa mix, sugar and cinnamon. As the ice cream melted, Holly stirred the dry mixture into the creamy liquid to create a sauce. Her parents, and The Fort founders, … Read the entire post >

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