$25 Seats to Wicked at Capitol Theatre in SLC

By Rachael Herrscher

Our favorite Broadway musical has come to town and as always it was fantastic! I took my 10-year-old daughter to see Wicked for the first time and she was mesmerized. Our favorite thing to do when visiting Capital Theatre for any production is to stop and get food at Hotel Monaco's Bambara Re... Read More

6 Amazing Recipes + $250 Harmons G.C. Giveaway

By Rachael Herrscher

We've pulled together 6 of our favorite Utah bloggers to bring us 6 amazing recipes inspired by Harmons Grocery and all of the unique products their carry. We love Harmons and I think these bloggers can show you why! Coconut Curry Poached Halibut with Micro Arugula Rachael from ... Read More

Get it Fresh and Local at the Salt Lake City Farmers Market

By Melanie

Are you aware that the Salt Lake City Farmers Market continues to run through the winter? This was exciting news to me!  And great news it is if you are trying to feed your family healthy, unprocessed foods, like I am.  The Winter Farmers Market is running every other weekend November 9th through... Read More

2nd Annual Chocolate Festival at Caputo’s Market

By Lindsey Johnson

On Thursday, November 14, 1013, Caputo's Market will host the 2nd Annual Chocolate Festival at their downtown location. I'm especially excited for this year's festival because they will be highlighting one of my very favorite artisan chocolatiers, Ritual Chocolate. Park City native Robbie Stout a... Read More

Harward Farms

By Deon Sagers

Although the scent of autumn is in the air and the tree leaves have started to display their vibrant splendor, you still have time to feast on the divine freshness of summertime produce, but you better hurry as the clock is ticking! Local produce grower and farm stand vendor, Harward Farms, will c... Read More

Pleasant Grove’s Promenade

By Deon Sagers

Have you ever watched an episode of “The Andy Griffith Show”? You know, that charming 1960s television program based in the quaint town of Mayberry? I simply adore that show, and I often wish that I could live in that quiet and friendly community with Andy, and Aunt Bea, and Barney Fife. Strol... Read More

SLC Staycation: Hotel Monaco

By Rachael Herrscher

We wanted to get away for our anniversary, but needed to do so "staycation" style. I've been dying to stay at Hotel Monaco so we booked a night! I love their downtown location - we were looking down from our window at the Trax line and were just about a 5 minute walk to the City Creek Center and o... Read More

A Guide to Harmons Prepared Meals and a Giveaway

By Amy Allen Johnson

When I hear the word "Prepared," I think of Boy Scouts. Add it to the word "Meals" and you'll catch me smiling. Why? Because Prepared Meals means someone has saved me a lot of time and effort by planning out a meal and making it too!  No one makes a prepared meal better than Harmons, and they... Read More

Review of Maui Bowl in Provo, Utah

By Lindsey Johnson

I had never heard of an Acai Bowl until a few weeks ago.  I pride myself on knowing about these things, so I immediately had to try one out for myself.  Lucky for me, there is a new-ish place in Provo where I was able to feed my curiosity. Maui Bowl opened at the beginning of the year o... Read More

Penny Ann’s Heavenly Pancakes

By carriancheney

We recently had the opportunity to appear on KSL early one morning to talk about local foods with Utah's Own. I got to make a Baked Egg, which was inspired by the brunch that we had at Communal awhile back, and I chose to use two of my favorites, La Nay Ferme produce and Christiansen Farm Maple Pork... Read More