Devour Utah February 2020

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Cozy up by the fire at Franck’s and get ready to enjoy the atmosphere as your order of three cheese fondue (single portion $19, double $25) arrives at the table. The first bite belies the beauty of Franck’s fondue—in its simplicity and dependence on quality ingredients, of which there are only four, gustatory excellence is achieved. Melted Gruyère, Emmental and Swiss cheeses are the primary delicious elements with a splash of Kirsch liquor for a hint of sweetness. Dunk chewy chunks of crusty bread into your warm pot of cheese to make this winter season unforgettable. (Heather L. King) Franck’s 6263 S. Holladay Blvd., Holladay 801-274-6264 FrancksFood.com

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THREECHEESE FONDUE

Get your dunk on: Franck’s three-cheese fondue

BAKED BRIE

DEREK CARLISLE

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Baked brie at Kimi’s Chop & Oyster House will warm the cockles of your heart

Kimi Eklund has provided Utahns with a taste of European cuisine for two decades. Most recently, Kimi’s Chop & Oyster House in Sugar House introduces Salt Lake diners to Kimistyle tapas, like the rich and easily shareable baked brie ($14.50). The dish brings together Alpine favorites of warm and melted French brie wrapped in pastry dough paired with a refreshing apple slaw, tangy citrus-tossed arugula and a flourish of cloudberry coulis for a spicy, fruity finish. The baked brie is a great start to a filling wintertime dinner or as a post-work drinks and appetizers option. (Heather L. King) Kimi’s Chop & Oyster House 2155 S. Highland Drive, SLC 801-946-2079 KimisHouse.com

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