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Monday, March 6, 2017

Monday Meal: Easy Pasta Alfredo

One of my favorite guilty pleasures is pasta with parmesan-cream sauce, usually called Alfredo.  Some Alfredo sauce recipes call for cream, others not.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Monday Meal: Turkey Tetrazzini

If you still have some turkey from Thanksgiving and you're tired of sandwiches, here's an easy way to make use of those leftovers—a recipe that even the little ones love: Turkey Tetrazzini. In fact, you can even get the kids involved in assembling the tetrazzini.

Monday, November 30, 2015

Mountain West Hard Cider

Warming up the best way with SLC's latest hard cider producer.
Now that snow has dropped in the valley, it's time to turn to some weather-appropriate favorite foods and drinks, so at least the season can be bearable. Since hard cider is likely to be one of the most consumed things (for those of us not addicted to eggnog), it's only fitting we highlight one of the newest makers in SLC—Mountain West Hard Cider.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

In The Loop: 11/28/15. Burgundy Saturday

Events for November 29-December 12.
Hello to all you turkey-stuffing, leftover-planning, sleep-depriving, mall-rushing, gift-buying, what-the-hell-were-we-thinking enthusiasts! For many of you, the past two days have been a nonstop bullshit ride of family therapy and dealing with the insanity that is holiday shopping.

Thursday, November 26, 2015

November Gallery Stroll: Jena Schmidt

A look at this past month's Stroll with the showcase at Bohem.
This month's Gallery Stroll was bitterly cold—so cold, in fact, that I had to stop walking through half of it and needed to find a place to warm up, killing plans for half of my night. This month, I made my way down to Bohem, an awesome shop sitting around 600 South and State Street, where I checked out the painted works for Jena Schmidt.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Kent Fortner

Wine Wednesday: Dinner with the Road 31 vintner
Winemaker Kent Fortner is both one of the nicest guys you'll meet in the wine industry, as well as one of its most talented winemakers.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Project Sunday

Woodworking fun with the current craftsman owner.
Today we’re chatting with Kevin Jateff, owner of Project Sunday, a custom wood carpentry and metal-fabrication shop, what he and his colleagues have been creating and where you can find the goods.

Gov. Herbert Pardons 47-Pound Turkey

Ceremony ensures that one of the 5 million turkeys grown by Norbest won't end up in an oven
For the fifth year in a row, Gov. Gary Herbert on Tuesday pardoned a Sanpete County-grown Norbest turkey, ensuring that the 47-pounder will not become part of the 16 pounds of turkey that state agriculture officials say the average Utahn consumes each year. The male turkey, called a “Tom,” is 23 weeks old.

Monday, November 23, 2015

A Few Final Words From Joseph Silverstein

Reporter transcribes her notes from a recent interview with Utah Symphony's late conductor.
Editor's Note: Over the weekend, Joseph Silverstein—violin virtuoso and Utah Symphony musical director from 1983 to 1998— died at the age of 83 following a heart attack. City Weekly reporter Katharine Biele had just interviewed Silverstein for her Nov. 12 cover story, "Musical Chairs."

Sunday, November 22, 2015

The Dollar Condom Club

Protected sex purchased discretely through this SLC company.
Following in the footsteps of many "dollar club" designs, an SLC pair have setup an online shop for The Dollar Condom Club. As the name suggests, those who aren't looking to be seen buying condoms in public can head to their website and choose from a variety of major brands for cheap.

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