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No Experience Necessary

Great new books for home cooks

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 31,2014 - With winter seeming to have made an early exit this year, I’ve gotten an early start on my spring and summer beach reading—mostly on my patio. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been picking through the piles of foodie-friendly books that have come my way, and I’ve whittled them down to a handful that I think are worthy of your (and my) time. They range from African-themed vegan cooking to snout-to-tail meat preparation.

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Pucker Up

Sour beer is the next big thing in American brewing

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 31,2014 - The first time I heard about sour beer, I thought the same thing you’re probably thinking right now: “Yuck! Why in the world would anyone want to drink sour beer?” I chatted with Uinta Brewing Company’s Steve Kuftinec,

Restaurant Reviews

Pho Thin Famous Vietnamese Noodle House

Upscale Vietnamese pho is a smash hit in Sugar House

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 18,2014 - Downtown Sugar House is bustling these days, in part due to the opening of a gaggle of new eateries all within a few steps of each other, including The Annex By Epic Brewing, Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria, Beyond Glaze

Food & Drink

The Ultimate Chocolate Festival

Also: Tasting Tuesdays, Rodizio Grill, Tonyburgers

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 18,2014 - Did you know that Utah may be the site of America’s oldest known chocolate, dating back to as early as A.D. 750? Well, chocoholics young and old will ascend to the Natural History Museum of Utah

Food & Drink

Lucky Seven

At less than $10 each, these seven wines won't break the booze budget

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 18,2014 - It must be nice to be able to walk into a wine store and think, “Money is no object!” I do know folks who can afford to buy the most expensive bottles—the ones they keep locked in glass cases—and, sometimes,

Food & Drink

Deer Valley Makes Cheese

Also: Not-so Common Copper

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 11,2014 - In addition to making baked goods, charcuterie, jams, mustards and more from scratch, Deer Valley Resort (2250 Deer Valley Drive South, Park City, 435-649-1000, DeerValley.com) is now producing its own cheese, following the hire of cheesemaker and Belgium native Corinne Cornet-Coniglio.

Restaurant Reviews

Elevated Eats at Alta, Brighton, Snowbasin and Deer Valley

No need to pack a lunch box when you head to these resorts

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 10,2014 - When I moved to Utah in the early ’90s, eating at local ski areas was, for the most part, merely a matter of necessity. One needs fuel for skiing and boarding the incredible terrain here. But it wasn’t something I usually relished.

Food & Drink

St. Paddy's Sips

Green beer and fancy cocktails to get you in the spirit

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 10,2014 - Every time St. Patrick’s Day rolls around, I’m torn between fighting the crowds at my favorite Irish bars—MacCool’s, The Republican, Piper Down, Murphy’s, the Leprechaun Inn, Fiddler’s Elbow and such—and just cooking up a batch of corned beef & cabbage and celebrating in the relative safety of home.

Food & Drink

Chef & Child Fundraising Gala

Also: Winter Market, Trinchero at The Bird.

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 4,2014 - Mark your social calendars for Saturday, May 3. That’s the evening of the annual Chef & Child gala, sponsored by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah and the Beehive Chefs chapter of the American Culinary Federation. The benefit begins at 6 p.m. with a silent auction, followed by dinner, with more than 15 of Utah’s top chefs creating delicious dishes at their tasting stations.

Food & Drink

The Other Argentine

Floral yet acidic Torrontes hits all the right notes

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Mar 3,2014 - With the recent break in winter weather and accompanying unseasonably warm temperatures, my wine palate is drifting—probably prematurely—toward spring and summer. While Argentina is justifiably renowned for its Malbec, the country produces another wine, this one white, that I like as much if not more than Malbec. It’s called Torrontes.
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