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Aspen Peak - 2017 - Issue 1 - Summer

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68 Local greens, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, haricots verts, and eggs join wild salmon for a Niçoise salad at Market Street Kitchen, one of two Basalt debuts taking seasonality and local sourcing to another level. PHOTOGRAPHY BY OLIVIA BREEN (POLO); COURTESY OF MARKET STREET KITCHEN (SALAD) 12 // FRONT RUNNER 30 // LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER 32 // …WITHOUT WHOM THIS ISSUE WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE 34 // THE LIST 39 // INVITED SCENE 61 // CULTURE CAPITAL! Some of the world's most eminent chefs, artists, and bands are all coming to town. Here, the five can't-miss events this Aspen summer season. 64 // BREATH OF FRESH AIR Valley-born "it" couple Brittany and Colter Van Domelen are turning a yoga studio into a beacon of health. 68 // LOCALS ONLY Two Basalt debuts take farm-to- table to heart. 70 // MOUNTAIN MAN With a spate of big-screen turns, Colorado native Geoff Stults's Hollywood star is on the rise. 72 // LA VIE EN ROSÉ Celebrating the 10th vintage of its buzzy flagship rosé, Château d'Esclans brings a taste of St.-Tropez to the mountains. 61 Thrilling polo—not to mention Champagne and caviar—proved irresistible to attendees at last year's debut polo benefit for the Aspen Valley Hospital Foundation, which returns this year as one of summer's must-attend events. 16  ASPENPEAK-MAGAZINE.COM CONTENTS SUMMER/FALL 2017

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