The Market Street Shrimp Festival is on at Market Street dining locations through the end of October. These folks serve more than 200,000 pounds of shrimp each year at Market Street, and the chefs have been busy brushing up on their scampi skills—just one of the shrimp specialty dishes running through the end of next month. (GInc.com)
Congratulations to the gang at Beehive Cheese Company. They won first place in the “aged Cheddar” category at the Idaho Milk Producers Association annual meeting and competition for their Beehive Cheese Promontory Cheddar. According to Beehive’s Tim Welsh, a wheel of Promontory Cheddar was auctioned off at the event for $1,600. BeehiveCheese.com.
Mandarin restaurant is helping customers to eat fresh and local by serving locally grown Utah produce such as green beans, zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes and bell peppers from Chase Bangerter & Sons family farm in Bountiful. The homemade dessert menu is also full of locally grown fruit. So when you order green beans in black bean sauce, you know where they came from! (MandarinUtah.com)
Quote of the week: Promises and pie crusts are made to be broken. —Jonathan Swift
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