The Culinary Center, making magic happen, one class at a time.

Cooking has really become an art form. Since the launch of The Food Network, people are not only gathering in the kitchen, but around the table again, partaking in a home cooked meal. But what if your cooking skills are not up to par? Fortunately, the Culinary Center, formally the Viking Cooking School, has a … Read more

Tips to make the most of Taste of the Wasatch

Fifty plus high-end restaurants from Salt Lake, Park City and around the state will join together for this annual event to help end hunger in Utah on Sunday, August 6. Bringing some of the best dishes they have to offer, be prepared to eat and drink for hours as you move from restaurant to restaurant, … Read more

Table X Marks the Spot

Diver scallops with vegetable dirt

When you walk through the front door of Table X, you realize you are about to experience something unique. Two years in the making, this collaboration from chefs Mike Blocher, Nick Fahs and David Barboza, is clearly a collection of great minds, artistic talents and hard work. The result is a beautifully crafted space with … Read more

The Philadelphian is big on taste, not on frills

The Philadelphian sandwich shop is proof that you don’t have to have fancy digs to produce great food and a large fan base. Locally owned and operated since 1988 by Scott and Nate Pearson, this strip-mall gem is a favorite among Sandy residents. Just try getting a table at lunch time–customers are often packed in tight. … Read more

The Dodo restaurant is still a crowd pleaser after more than 30 years

Tollhouse Pie

Since 1981, The Dodo restaurant has been feeding the masses. Like the unique bird from the island of Mauritius it is named after, The Dodo has a unique menu that regular customers and newcomers alike, rave about. Owned by Bryon Loveall, also owner of The Porcupine Restaurant in Cottonwood Heights, The Dodo has a definite … Read more

JazzSLC opens new season September 9

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The 2016-2017 JazzSLC concert season launches on September 9 at Capitol Theatre. Some of the best in the business are on the docket this season. JazzSLC is a non-profit concert series that is produced and funded by the GAM Foundation. Gordon Hanks and Michael MacKay founded the GAM Foundation in 1994 in an effort to … Read more

Deer Valley picnic baskets deliver gourmet foods to go

Deer Valley gourmet picnic basket

Concerts at Deer Valley’s Snow Park Amphitheater are an enjoyable experience all on their own. Mountain air, great music and good food are enhancements to the venue. Packing your own picnic foods and drink are welcomed, but if you don’t have time to get it together, you can pre-order gourmet picnic baskets or bags available for … Read more

Utah Symphony performs the music of John Williams at Deer Valley Music Festival

Deer Valley Music Festival

As part of the Deer Valley Musical Festival, the Utah Symphony, along with conductor Rei Hotoda and the Utah Symphony Orchestra, will be presenting the music of composer John Williams on August 6. Concert goers that evening will be entertained by the wonderful sights and sounds that only the Utah Symphony and the picturesque mountain backdrop of the … Read more

Kyoto adds soba and ramen selections to lunch menu

Kyoto Japanese Restaurant has been offering great food since 1984 and specializes in authentic Japanese cuisine and sushi. Acclaimed Chef Peggi Ince-Whiting has created four new noodle options to complement Kyoto’s weekday lunch menu. Each are $9 and include your choice of soup or salad. “The silky soba noodles and comforting hot ramen additions to … Read more