Comfort cooking, British style
Now I happen to be a fan of recipes originating from the United Kingdom, and I am generally referring to England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland (some areas that the Utah pioneers were from); not all ...
Dessert salad saga – Part two
Nectar and Ambrosia, the drink and food of the Gods; the Ancient Greek Pantheon that is. Sitting upon celestial thrones high upon Mount Olympus, these gods and goddesses played the humans upon the ...
Duke’s, the real bistro in Bluff
In 1997, Amer and Cindy Tumeh invested in property, just outside of Bluff, to open up hospitality cabins. Within two years, the Desert Inn and Cabins was created and has only continued to flourish,...
Pumpkin is not just for pie anymore
During the fall and winter seasons, pumpkins often make an appearance from the maniacal face carved into them for Halloween; to the slice of pie decorating a dessert plate at a holiday meal.
Good food, not fast food, at the Patio
In the late 1950s, an A&W opened up in Blanding, with a secondary franchise in Monticello. While the Monticello location went bust after only two years due to lack of business; the Blanding locatio...