Eat & Drink

Your Guide to Utah Pizza

Photo by Adam Finkle Confession: Back in 1993, Salt Lake magazine ran an article about pizza. Editors ordered pizza delivered from five places, including—hard to admit it—Pizza Hut. We counted the minutes between order...

Mary's Recipe: Chimichurri Sauce

Chimichurri sauce-topped "New York" pork steak with braised greens. This recipe is directly from Utah Style & Design’s Summer 2011 issue from Chef Michael Richey, who likes to use this sauce on a...

Mary's Recipe: Salsa de Uña

Bring a little sweetness to your salsa with Red Iguana's Salsa de Uña, complete with fresh mangos, oranges and limes. Red Iguana's Salsa de Uña Serves 6 6 medium-sized ripe tomatoes 1/2 large white onion, or...

Mary's Recipe: Puerto Rican Pork

Sep 24th 2014 I tend to think of pork as an autumnal animal, especially if it's roasted. I think of pork and apples and fall pig killings, although my main source for these...

2014 Dining Awards

Click here to see the 2015 Dining Awards winners. The best restaurants never rest on their bay leaves. They don’t stay the same; they get better. Salt Lake magazine’s list of Dining Award...

2014 Dining Awards Winners

Click here to see the 2015 Dining Awards winners. Read more about our award winners in the March/April issue of Salt Lake magazine. Print this out and keep it in your wallet for future reference...

2014 Dining Awards Winners

  Click here to see the 2015 Dining Awards winners. Read more about our award winners in the March/April issue of Salt Lake magazine. Print this out and keep it in your wallet for future reference...

2014 Dining Awards Readers' Choice Winners

We always want to know what our readers think, and after tallying more than one thousand votes, it's clear they have very good taste. (Click here to see the 2014 Dining Awards winners...

Chocolate

Fine chocolate is one of Utah’s secrets—along with powder snow, great microbrews and a vibrant gay culture. But, it’s time to let the cat out of the reusable shopping bag. Forget what you’ve...

Make it a Mule

The American cocktail revolution has spawned all kinds of new concoctions, but thankfully it has also sparked the renaissance of old favorites including the Moscow Mule, a ginger-spiked refresher traditionally served in...

Honeygate: Is Slide Ridge Honey Selling a Myth?

SSlide Ridge Honey has been one of Utah's local food heroes, a genuine mountain honey literally unique to Northern Utah. Honey's flavor, body and aroma, like wine and cheese, is directly related...

In Defense: Funeral Potatoes

Funeral potatoes: This is the most famous and maligned Utah recipe besides Jell-O salad, but it’s a cherished part of many Mormon family menus. Tammy Hanchett, third-generation Ogden mother/stepmother of five, remembers eating...

Ambrosia: A Southern Staple

I was born in Georgia and raised in, Texas but I never tasted Ambrosia until I was over 40. It was a staple on all my friends’ feast tables, Thanksgiving and Christmas,...

Utah’s Famous Breakfast Stops

Salt Lake magazine editor Jeremy Pugh and ABC-4's Brian Carlson have teamed up to bring you on a tour through Utah's famous breakfast stops. Check back to catch the latest foods being...
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