Mary Brown Malouf

Mary Brown Malouf is the late Executive Editor of Salt Lake magazine and Utah's expert on local food and dining. She still does not, however, know how to make a decent cup of coffee.
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Make Spirited Floats at Home

Rich, refreshing and a classic summertime favorite, the ice cream float loses its innocence.

Guac Talk: How to Make the Best Guacamole

Don’t even try. There is no way to tally the number of tips out there for making great guacamole. But if you’re planning on mashing up some guac for a summer celebration—or...

Behind the Beehive

They're everywhere—on the state highway signs, on the Capitol building, on the state flag, on manhole covers. Dozens of Salt Lake businesses begin their name with "beehive" — Beehive Bail Bonds, Beehive...

5 of the Best Burgers in Utah

Utah is a burger-loving state, and though there are many new and notable restaurants serving cutting-edge cuisine in the city, you shouldn’t leave town without a taste of our burger culture. We...

4 Fresh Spring Pea Recipes

Bright? Check. Fresh? Of course. Green? Delightfully so. If anything tastes like the springtime, it’s spring peas. And while fresh-picked are only just available now, peas are one of the few vegetables...

4 Tasty Waffle Topping Ideas

Light and airy on the inside and golden and crispy on the outside—it’s the perfect waffle. Add unique toppings and you’ll have a new go-to for delicious, around-the-clock dishes, savory or sweet.

Beef Stock: Throw It a Bone

Remember when a can of Swanson’s beef broth was all we had? We’re way beyond that now. A couple of years ago, the news was full of the alleged near-miraculous health benefits of...

Lucky Duck: Preparing the Perfect Holiday Bird

Elegance and heartiness in one bite—that’s duck, the chef’s choice. Even the late Julia Child chose duck as her ideal birthday dinner when she wrote “Julia Child and Company.” These days nearly...

Mary Brown Malouf

Mary Brown Malouf is the late Executive Editor of Salt Lake magazine and Utah's expert on local food and dining. She still does not, however, know how to make a decent cup of coffee.