Eat & Drink

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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