The Butcher and The Baker Cafe--Fall in Telluride, CO

The Butcher and The Baker Cafe--Fall in Telluride, CO
Posted by EmilyC on 12 January 2012

 

Visit Telluride Note: Marla Meridith of the popular family blog "Family Fresh Cooking" has been visiting and enjoying our wonderful world of Telluride for many years now. With great, informative content and beautiful photography we re-post her blog entry about skiing in Telluride in February 2012. To see more of her posts visit her blog site here

 

Telluride, Colorado is known for many things. Among that is it’s stunning natural beauty, distinct box canyon location, high altitude, awesome people, skiing, hiking, mountain biking….. The list is endless. Thankfully I call this slice of heaven my second home, I always want to call it simply home. Among the praise I have for this gem of a town, the amazing food has me jumping for joy every which way I turn. I love to cook when I am there and I also enjoy the good eats in spots like The Butcher & Baker Cafe located on Main St.

 

It thrills me that I can indulge my active lifestyle and food even more when in Telluride…the altitude and views enhance every single experience!

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