Spice, condiment shop Durango Artisan Foods warms up winter

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Spice, condiment shop Durango Artisan Foods warms up winter

Former engineer creates flavors ‘scientifically, methodically’
Mark Grubis bottles Durango Artisan Foods’ habañero sauce as his wife Kara assists with capping the bottles Sunday at the kitchen at La Plata County Fairgrounds. The couple started their company after being inspired by the hot sauces they encountered on a trip to the Caribbean.
Durango Artisan Foods products are sold at several locations around Durango, including Durango Natural Foods, as well as on the company’s website.
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Durango Artisan Foods’ products can be purchased at durangoartisanfoods.com.

Spice, condiment shop Durango Artisan Foods warms up winter

Mark Grubis bottles Durango Artisan Foods’ habañero sauce as his wife Kara assists with capping the bottles Sunday at the kitchen at La Plata County Fairgrounds. The couple started their company after being inspired by the hot sauces they encountered on a trip to the Caribbean.
Durango Artisan Foods products are sold at several locations around Durango, including Durango Natural Foods, as well as on the company’s website.

Spice, condiment shop Durango Artisan Foods warms up winter

Mark and Kara Grubis both have backgrounds in aerospace engineering – Kara still works in the industry full time. They say their scientific approach to cooking comes in handy when designing new recipes.

Spice, condiment shop Durango Artisan Foods warms up winter

Kara Grubis weighs bowls of Ska Brewing Co.’s True Blond Ale for use in a recipe. The couple has partnered with the brewery to create a series of products made with Ska’s beers.
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