Jax Fish House chef Hosea Rosenberg Â?celebrates with Melissa Harrison and others at the West End Tavern on Pearl Street in Boulder after winning this season's 'Top Chef.'
Kasia Broussalian
Jax Fish House chef Hosea Rosenberg Â?celebrates with Melissa Harrison and others at the West End Tavern on Pearl Street in Boulder after winning this season’s ‘Top Chef.’

LAFAYETTE, Colo. –

A Lafayette-based company that makes pestos, spreads, dips and tapenades has entered into a partnership with “Top Chef” Hosea Rosenberg, of Boulder, on a new product line, a recipe booklet and marketing efforts.

Tellory Inc., which produces the Ciolo and Piccolo brands, said Rosenberg also will make public appearances to demonstrate uses for Ciolo products at Whole Foods and for Piccolo at food stores throughout Colorado, New Jersey, New Mexico and New York City.

Financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.

Rosenberg, the executive chef of Jax Fish House, was selected as the winner of Bravo’s chef competition show, “Top Chef,” earlier this year.

Archived comments

Good for Hosea:)

staceyj

3/25/2009 6:10:25 PM

I sure hope the Daily Camera is getting paid well to run this advertisement-disguised-as-article, they sure could use the money.

NukesInBoulder

3/25/2009 9:32:38 PM

Ugh and the DC’s entry level web designers STILL can’t properly resize and upload images.How many more more years will I have to suffer from looking at crappy jaggy-filled images in a skinny popup which need to be resized to view?

NukesInBoulder

3/25/2009 9:35:46 PM

Which of course has nothing to do with the terrible quality of the photo to begin with.Did you use ISO 3200?Does your camera even have a higher ISO setting?I can’t make out anything in this image where we go from utter black to utter white in two pixels.

NukesInBoulder

3/25/2009 9:38:18 PM