3 Take-and-Make Options for Lazy Nights at Home
Take-and-make options from restaurants in your community are a great way to support the local food scene while also social distancing. … read more
Ode to Ed’s – Publik Ed’s
Since Big Ed’s opened in 1968, more students have drowned their (over-) workloads into tap beers, fucked-up conversation and more bowls of chili than any human is capable of conceiving. … read more
Festa Italiana: An Authentic Italian Street Festival in Salt Lake...
The two-day festival was an ideal sendoff to summer. I’m happy to say that the Italian Civic League organized a great party for Salt Lake City. … read more
Ganesh Indian Cuisine: Authentic Indian Food in Midvale
Tucked away in a nondescript strip mall in Midvale, serving authentic dishes from North and South India, Ganesh Indian Cuisine is a gem to discover.
Tosh’s Ramen is a church to worshippers of a passing time, where secrets are revealed in bowl after steaming bowl of flesh, water and wheat. The keeper of the flavor’s secret, Toshio Sekikawa, holds his congregation in thrall.
Celebrate the Bounty 2014
Not only is Celebrate the Bounty one of the best places to see the rock stars of Utah’s culinary scene work their magic, it’s also a heartfelt tribute to our state’s ability to produce and distribute amazing local ingredients. This evening, the Union Pacific Station was outfitted with representatives from some of the best restaurants in town—an apt setting, considering the gastronomical tour that was in store for the attendees. … read more
Chefs, Chow, Cookies & Coffee: PechaKucha Night Vol. 12 @...
The PechaKucha format is brilliant. Japanese for “chit chat,” it was invented in Tokyo in 2003, and since has spread to almost 800 different locations worldwide. The presenters have six minutes and forty seconds to discuss whatever they want, and they are pushed along by a slideshow, which is moving on without them. To anyone who has listened to someone drone on publicly while people cough and shift in their chairs, this format is heaven sent. … read more
The Rest is my “why Salt Lake is great” restaurant/bar of choice right now, which might be a problem, as it is so small and so special. I almost hate to share it with anyone new—not for fear that it will go away, but that there won’t be any room left for me. … read more
Feast of Five Senses: A Fundraiser for Slow Food Utah
Slow Food Utah wants you to care where your food comes from. A celebration of all things Slow Food, The Feast of Five Senses, is one of the finest food events held in Utah each year. … read more
Pop-up Persian Restaurant @ Meditrina 09.21
Regardless of my lack of experience with Persian culture, the events of this Sunday evening transported me to a place I had never been before. This unexpected journey was the brainchild of Shahrzad Jalili and Hossein Dadkha, who are seeking to recapture one of old Iran’s most popular social scenes—the neighborhood café. … read more