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Unassuming from the outside, once you walk through the doors of Blue Marlin you may be surprised by the contemporary styling and bursts of color, both on the plates, in the decor, and via paintings on the walls by local artists. Most of the paintings are for sale.
Les nems—Fried Vietnamese Spring Rolls My favorite working chef/restaurateur is Eric Ripert of the venerable Le Bernardin in New York City. Ironically, one of my favorite dishes (and one of his) isn’t a high-end, elaborate menu item from Le Bernardin, but are the fried Vietnamese-style spring rolls that his French mother used to make […]
In summertime when it’s hot out, I like to enjoy a refreshing, light cocktail like this one: a classic French drink called the Vermouth Cassis, which pretty well describes what’s in it: vermouth and creme de cassis.
Even when conditions are perfect, the trail involves an incredible amount of coordination, and the last half-mile of the trek is known for the chains that run parallel to the trail for assisting hikers over dangerous ridges in the orange sandstone.
Tragically, falls are not uncommon in National Parks.
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The future of farming will look very different than it does today, just like the farming of today looks drastically different than it did 20, 30 years ago. However, the basic structure of the image of what future farming will be is being sketched and worked through right now. And it's a good thing too because, let's face it, Salt Lake City and its surrounding areas aren't gaining land, we are only losing it to the steady march of development—millennial farmers and farmers of the older traditions have no choice but to adapt.
Jack Wilbur has been a farmer for 20 years; and is keen enough to keep an eye on the trends so he can properly acclimate to the changes coming, whether the changes are wanted or not.
Street Dawg Crew pampers Pioneer Park pets Seems like it’s true: Every dog has its day. A dog’s love knows no economic distinctions. It wags its for rich and poor alike. To keep it wagging, Margie Varela and her partner Kimo Pokini, filled an important need. Pets and pet owners within the homeless community were […]
The Penelope Program typically sees children with very complicated problems that have defied diagnosis from other sources. And even with all the tools and expertise of the University of Utah program, Dr. Botto says the likelihood of finding a diagnosis is 30 to 40 percent because “even with the best of tech and clinical expertise, science is not there yet to solve every situation.”
Who is this hairy hominid? The Sasquatch or Bigfoot (both terms are plural and singular) is North America’s largest cryptozoological mystery. The name “Bigfoot” has come to denote any unknown relic hominid that is reported throughout the world. However, each unknown creature does have is own label, such as the Yeti or Abominable Snowman […]