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By Mandy Jeppsen | June 28, 2007
Food writer Mandy Jeppsen reminisces about chefs, restaurants and good food as she says good bye to Utah. -by Mandy Jeppsen My relationship to food has been a strange one lately. A …
By Mandy Jeppsen | May 31, 2007
Sage's Cafe owner Ian Brandt opens a new joing; SLC gets another vegan restaurant. -by Mandy Jeppsen I first met Ian Brandt four years ago when I interviewed him for a CATALYS …
By Mandy Jeppsen | April 30, 2007
Mandy chats with owner Rama Samineni. by Mandy Jeppsen Great Indian food requires a knowledgeable chef-one intimately familiar with blending curries, spices, chutneys, flours and s …
By Mandy Jeppsen | March 31, 2007
A chat with owners of the Avenues' newest coffee venue. by Mandy Jeppsen I clearly remember the day I tried my first slice of fresh-baked bread. I was in a Seattle bakery and …
By Mandy Jeppsen | February 28, 2007
An interview with the owner, Avtar Singh. by Mandy Jeppsen Just after midnight on June 28, 2005, an intentionally-set fire began to unfurl on an unsuspecting Salt Lake City. By 1 a …
By Mandy Jeppsen | January 31, 2007
Brewed Awakenings, Carlucci’s, Coffee Garden, The Bridge, Sage’s, Wild Oats, Hagermann’s, Daily Brews For a full list of locations around the state, s …
Randy Wirth and Sally Sears, pioneers of Utah's organic food and coffee industry, tell their story. When you follow your passions, you can do great things. Take husband-wife t …
By Mandy Jeppsen | December 31, 2006
Mandy shares her list of 5 Things to Eat Before You Die…In Utah. I read at least 50 foodbloggers’ lists this week, including the one printed in last month’s CATALYST. …
By Mandy Jeppsen | November 21, 2006
Owner Rebecca Sheeran discusses creating a "tea mind." To know tea is to love tea. But there's so much to know, it could take lifetimes. There is even a saying among …
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