Durango is an oasis of flavor in the Southwest and Culinary Corner is your insider scoop on food both locally and beyond.

Beth Holland

Beth Holland is food editor at the Durango Herald. She is a former features editor and self-proclaimed foodie with a special interest in local and sustainable cuisine. Her husband, Andy, is an avid hunter, and together the couple has developed a delicious repertoire of recipes for wild game, including “Moosolini” Italian sausage and “French Moose” breakfast sausage with Herbs de Provence. A Durango resident since 2002, Beth has a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She is the owner and founder of Red Tulip Communications, a local marketing and communications firm.

Reach Beth at bholland@durangoherald.com

Karen Brucoli Anesi

Karen Brucoli Anesi is a food writer. She has a master’s degree in journalism from Ohio State University and was a special mention honoree at the 2009 National Symposium of Professional Food Writers. She has worked as a bartender and prep cook, taught writing at Fort Lewis College, and written columns and restaurant reviews for the Herald. Her approach is straightforward: “Meals start in the garden. Cooking always should be fun. Eating is a ‘plant to plate’ celebration.”

Reach Karen at kbrucolianesi@durangoherald.com