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Ted Scheffler 
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  • Atypical Indian
  • Atypical Indian

    Inside Saffron Valley's new Sugar House location.
      Although we must find some language for talking about the foods we eat, I'm always a little hesitant to use such expansive labels like Chinese cuisine, Mexican food, Middle Eastern cooking and the like.
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  • Eklektik Avenue
  • Eklektik Avenue

    Pull up a chair (and buy it!) at funky new eatery.
      The Eklektik, that's just a few months old, might be the most appropriately named business in town.
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  • Boise or Bust
  • Boise or Bust

    Basque-ing in the bounty of western Idaho.
      If you're not familiar with Boise, I'd describe it as similar to Ogden in size, scale, look and feel.
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  • The Ramen Report
  • The Ramen Report

    Slurping up Jinya and Tonkotsu.
      It makes me happy that, for many of us, the word "ramen" no longer automatically conjures visions of the noxious, salty, 10-for-a-buck packages of noodles pre-fried in palm- and cottonseed oil.
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  • Whoa Is Me
  • Whoa Is Me

    I mourned in 2000 when Best of was only 10 years old. Sixteen Bests of Utah later, I mourn again.
      I mourned in 1972. I did again in 2000 when our Best of Utah was only 10 years old. Sixteen Bests of Utah later, I mourn again.
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  • Ocho Bräu
  • Ocho Bräu

    8 breweries that weren't invited to our 2015 Utah Beer Festival

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  • Foul Balls
  • Foul Balls

    8 other ill-advised baseball promo themes besides "Caucasian Heritage Night"
  • Red House
  • Red House

    Bold Sichuan flavors take refuge in a secret State Street location
      The longer I write about food and restaurants, the less likely I am to pass judgments about their culinary authenticity. We live; we learn. And I've learned that my favorite, most "authentic" taco cart might be a travesty for someone from South of the Border.
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  • In Defense of Bitter Beer
  • In Defense of Bitter Beer

    Budweiser takes off the gloves in pursuit of the craft-beer market
      If you watched the Super Bowl on television this year, or the 40th-anniversary celebration of Saturday Night Live on NBC, you probably saw a really obnoxious Budweiser beer ad aimed squarely at craft-beer consumers.
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