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Read about all things food: culinary school, restaurants, recipes and more.

Capitol catering offers students a unique experience

Some of Utah’s most influential politicians and affluent citizens meet at the Utah State Capitol building every day. An experienced team of professional chefs...

“C” is for Cookie and that’s good enough for me

Garfield says, “I seek truth! But a cookie will do.” I recently visited three cookie shops in Salt Lake City – City Cakes and...
Pie Hole

5 late-night eats in Salt Lake City

Sample one of these restaurants the next time you want dinner after dark.
Eggless Salad on a bed of Lettuce

Mineral rich foods

Nadhirrah explains how a diet in mineral and nutrient rich foods can help where supplements lack.
Inside the dragon fruit.

Dragon fruit without the drag

During the time of fire-breathing dragons and knights who battled them, a story arose that at the end of each fire-breath was a fruit....
LDS Institute of Religion

LDS Institute serves students in many ways

The LDS Institute wants to make sure SLCC students are nourished both physically and spiritually.
Moki's Dole Cone

Moki’s Hawaiian Grill: Say ‘aloha’ to flavor

Austin Brewer says Moki’s Hawaiian Grill near Taylorsville Redwood Campus is Hawaiian cuisine done right.

Menu change at South Side Food Court may put end to controversy

The way SLCC students consume meat is changing, effective April 1. Alejandra Almada has more on this story.

What to eat if you don’t want to catch the cold

As we get closer to the harsh winter months, it never hurts to have some additional help staving off diseases like the Flu and the common cold. Reporter Brook Bartlett gives you a list of foods to eat in order to avoid getting sick.
Three long rows of plates with garnishings and sauces upon them in preparation of a meal being prepared.

Gain real-world experience with Culinary Club

Carlos Artiles-Fortun brings you insight into SLCC’s Culinary Club and what they do as a club to better their cooking and catering skills.
Melody Hernandez and her younger brother, Kingston

Selling cookies can help empower young women

The Girl Scout cookie program allows young women to develop essential skills they can use throughout their lives.

Primo Restaurant owner fulfills his American dream

Faced with financial, cultural, and linguistic obstacles, Samir Grahovic went from a poor Bosnian war refugee to the owner of one of Salt Lake's upscale restaurants. Tara Reid shares his story.