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Hungry & Full

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he Utah Food Bank says that "417,000 Utahns, which equates to one in seven Utahns, are at risk of missing a meal today. Even more alarming is that one in five Utah kids are unsure where their next meal is coming from." In this month of eating, and an appropriately themed food issue, food--and the lack thereof--is on my mind. 

NOVEMBER 2017 PUBLISHER

Will Thackeray | Will.Thackeray@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

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Margaret Dutton, Brooke Zimmerman, Josh Petersen, Linnea Lundgren

I'm not great with suffering. Get me 15 minutes past lunch time and I'm hangry and beside myself dreaming about food. So the statistic that relates a chronic hunger among me hurts my heart. And my tummy. November's focus revolves around a feast, and the menu-planning, grocery shopping and entertaining this day entails seems to signify that this is when "Season's Eatings" truly begins. I am full just thinking about it. But this month also revolves around gratitude, and I hope that even amid this impending holiday busy-ness, we take a minute (or an hour, or a minute for 30 days) to note all the little somethings each of us have  to  be grateful for. It seems almost blatant, that in this community there is ease and abundance, but the truth lies somewhere beyond that simple idea, and in every heart and behind every closed decorated door, there are struggles few of us deign to imagine.  Maybe the struggle is more than hunger, but maybe it’s hunger.

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comfort food

made from scratch

Nestled on the top of Suncrest, The Ridge offers a warm, relaxed atmosphere that is perfectly complimented by their delicious breakfast, lunch & dinner menus. Favorites include Chicken Picatta, The Ridge Burger, and Peg’s Chicken Club (featured here).

Artisanal bread, made from scratch, coupled with slow-roasted turkey cooked overnight and then hand-pulled to create a one-of-a-kind sandwich or gourmet salad. If you haven’t yet experienced Kneaders, then it is time. This week.

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The Ridge Cafe

local favorites

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steaks & Seafood

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Serving the best prime rib in town. Hand-cut steaks (like this) and a variety of seafood options in a rustic setting. For those nights when you just need something better.

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authentic italian Sole Mio

old world flavors

For those seeking true Italian fare without the steep price tag, then it’s time to head for Sole Mio. Popular entrees include the Gnocchi Quattro Formaggi, Spaghetti alle carbonare, Arancini, and the Fettucine alla Franco. 8657 S. Highland Drive

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Our ice cream is made the old fashion way-one batch at a time! Only the freshest and highest quality ingredients will do. Ingredients such as fresh cream, sugar, and natural flavors are all blended together, creating the perfect ending to any day.

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nepalese & indian

Step out of the busy world and into Fong’s fine Chinese restaurant, where you can enjoy the pleasure of fresh, flavorful Chinese food, welcoming people and good conversation. 877 East 12300 South fongsindraper.com

Featuring a vast menu of Nepalese & Indian dishes (curries, kormas, tandoor), Everest Curry Kitchen offers beautifully paired flavors that blend perfectly with the airy, buttery naan, served hot from the tandoor to scoop up all the saucy leftovers. 68 East 10600 South everestcurrykitchen.com

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Departments

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Culinary Creations

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Local Limelight

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Giving Back

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Food & Wine

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Lifestyle Calendar

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Local’s Choice

21 Hive Mind

Honey Bee opens its doors in Draper

24 Inky Caps for Dinner, Anyone?

Mushroom forager finds delicacies in Draper backyard

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Good Times

Honey Bee Produce Company Grand Opening

Neighbors hungry and curious came out to see what the buzz is all about! In September, Honey Bee opened their doors in style, with entertainment by a produce ninja, beautiful displays and delicious offerings of some of their local products. 

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BroBand Concert to Benefit Tyler Robinson Foundation

Local brothers Kellen and Blake Hullinger (aka BroBand), hosted Rockin' Kids Concert to benefit Tyler Robinson Foundation that supports families with pediatric cancer. Several local sponsors were involved in the event, including Summit Academy schools, with students performing as singers, guitarist, and artists in BroBand's #KidsPlayItForward campaign. BroBandRocks.com/Play-It-Forward/

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Culinary Creations

Good Eats in Park City RIVERHORSE PROVISIONS MARKET AND CAFÉ IS A DELICIOUS VISIT LOCATED IN THE ICONIC BLUE AND STONE BUILDING AT THE TOP OF MAIN STREET ARTICLE BROOKE ZIMMERMAN | PHOTOGRAPHY DURST BRENEISER

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Last December the Riverhorse Hospitality Group, well

seasonal and creative demands, while providing traditional

known for their flagship restaurant Riverhorse on Main,

favorites. Rated highly on a list of top restaurants in the nation,

opened their newest project called Riverhorse Provisions

it has received fabulous testimonials from food critics all over

Market and Café. It’s a must visit this upcoming ski sea-

the world, won dozens of awards (including the Forbes Travel

son, located in the old Imperial Hotel building at 221 Main

Guide Four Star Award), and was the first restaurant in Utah

Street in downtown Park City. The easily recognizable blue

to win the prestigious DiRōNA Award.

and stone building at the top of Main Street is an iconic sight.

Riverhorse Provisions provides the same quality of

As one of North America’s top culinary destinations,

food and service in a bistro-style setting. This new gour-

Riverhorse on Main’s eclectic American menu rotates for

met market has you covered when seeking quality food CONTINUED >

Riverhorse Provisions is the perfect place to stop and get a quick, high-quality, already prepared meal or après-adventure snack while in Park City.

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Culinary Creations (CON TI N U ED)

quickly, whether on your way to work, or just getting off the ski hill. Grab your favorite coffee in the coffee shop downstairs, or meander upstairs for breakfast, lunch, and all-day snack menus, as well as some convenient everyday grocery and personal care items. The market also includes a simple variety of unique meats and cheeses, as well as local honeys and jams. “We have daily specials, a chef-sandwich, and soup of the day, as well as other hot menu items. Riverhorse Provisions is also introducing gourmet “take-n-bake” meals prepared in one of our own kitchens which guests can finish cooking in the comfort of their own home,” says Lee Ellenburg, Director of Operations. The upstairs floor also houses cases full of their grab-n-go, à-lacarte food items, or the newly introduced “take-n-bake” meals. When ordering something fresh off the menu or grabbing something to

eating the delicious English muffin breakfast and sipping my

go, you will find Riverhorse quality behind each bite. Seth Adams,

warm coffee, this place is anything but slow. Locals are streaming

Executive Chef, and Mark Smith, Corporate Chef for the Riverhorse

in, ordering their morning pick-me-ups, chatting with each other,

Hospitality Group, are in-house preparing Riverhorse on Main favor-

heading to work, or enjoying the start of their weekend. While

ites to go, and creating new, fresh menu and to-go items like buffalo

tourists will stream through this place during winter months

meatloaf, wild-game meatballs, chicken pot pie, barbequed ribs, and

because of the proven quality of the Riverhorse name, fabulous

vegetarian lasagna. These grab-n-go and take-n-bake options pro-

location, and the unique atmosphere, the locals are already sup-

vide high-quality food options without the hassle of going out after a

porting the market during these autumn months.

long day of deep powder skiing, or waiting for delivery, which can run up to an hour during winter months.

“The brand is getting really, really big. We are not going to slow down, there will be no mud season for us, the brand is constantly

A highlight of Riverhorse Provisions is their Picnic Basket Menu.

growing, people are flying in from all over the world and love coming

Place an order for a chef-inspired picnic basket that you can take

to Riverhorse. Chef Adams has put in the hard work in the kitchen, and

on your next Park City adventure. Try the Country Picnic basket with

established a name and a brand, now we need to stay ahead of the

fried chicken, corn bread, summer vegetables, potato salad, and

game, while taking baby steps. Introducing, Riverhorse Provisions,”

peach cobbler. Or the Seafood Sampler basket filled with chilled lob-

says Ellenburg. Make Riverhorse Provisions a priority visit next time

ster salad, crackers, smoked salmon, crispy potato, dill crème fraiche,

you are in Park City, no matter the season.

and cocktail sauce. Riverhorse Provisions also offers beers, wine by the glass, and cocktails if you’d prefer to stay and sip, while enjoying the atmosphere and food delicacies. Park City locals and business owners affectionately refer to autumn months as “mud season,” and business is typically slow. As I sit at Riverhorse Provisions in the middle of September,

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Local Limelight

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tributing as Bethel TriYield), are the farmer's

information showing its technology and

best and most direct tools in combating HLB.

distributor partnership with Bethel TriYield

Steve Sorrells, President of Sorrells Groves

is having a major, positive impact on the

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production is up! This gives me optimism for the future. We can operate and preserve our family business for the next generation.” Bethel’s initial use of Aqua Yield’s nanotechnology fertilizer began on the company’s sod farms in late summer of 2013. Because of immediate successes there, trials aggressively moved to Bethel’s Valencia Sweet orange groves at their Arcadia headquarters. At the time, all blocks were considered 90-100% HLB infected. After only two months of applications, the younger trees began to show improvement in comparison to control trees. By December 2013, mature trees were yielding more leaves and improved root density. In January of 2014, all Bethel Citrus Blocks included Aqua-Yield technology in production programs. The numbers tell an incredibly positive story. While the 2014-2015 Florida production dropped statewide, Bethel Farms production increased 21% from an average of 224 boxes per acre to 270 boxes per acre. In 2015, additional nutritional and organic formulations were created for use in citrus production. While the average 2015-2016 Florida production dropped another 26%, Bethel Farms 2015-2016 crop was up an average of 39%, from 270 boxes per acre to 376 boxes per acre. Clark T. Bell, CEO and co-founder of Aqua-Yield, says, “We were confident in our ability to reproduce results we had seen in so many practical university applications and field tests. We knew the science was not only clearly behind what we were doing, but supported every effort

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HIVE MIND Honey Bee Opens Its Doors in Draper ARTICLE JOSH PETERSEN | PHOTOGRAPHY MARK THACKERAY CONTINUED >

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HIVE MIND (CON TI N UED)

M

ost Draper residents have noticed the presence of

every type of Cheerio’s on the market should look elsewhere.)

Honey Bee Produce Company, a new grocery store

Instead, Honey Bee’s goal is to sell fresh products that stand

located at 1212 Draper Parkway. Honey Bee prides itself on

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out among the traditional offerings.

being different from a typical grocery chain. About 70% of

Even the look of the store is unique. In the fall, stands selling

their products are natural, local, organic, specialty, or ethnic

seasonal produce are placed outside of the entrance, recalling

foods. Though the store carries traditional prepackaged prod-

a community farmer’s market. Inside, shoppers can taste sam-

ucts, they are far from the store’s focus. (Those hoping to buy

ples of specialty products from local vendors. A large section of

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the store is devoted to selling produce, and various signs explain health benefits, or profile growers from across the state. These aesthetic choices are not accidental: Honey Bee’s overall goal is emphasizing a welcoming atmosphere, one that feels more relaxed and less corporate. Though Honey Bee is a new presence in Draper, the store is actually the product of several years of planning and development. Associated Foods, the local and parent company of Honey Bee, collected feedback from residents of the East Bench in preparation. These surveys lead to the decision to put a new store in Draper. The company also worked extensively to foster connections with local businesses, in hopes of establishing Honey Bee as a supportive member of the community. Now, as Store Director Janel Grangroth is happy to report, many businesses are reaching out themselves for the chance to sell their products on store shelves. In a relatively small space, Honey Bee packs seemingly endless food options. A hot lunch bar is updated daily with different meals. Beverages are served on tap, with both traditional options like coffee, tea, and lemonade as well as kombucha tea and water kefir (fermented drinks often consumed for health benefits). There is a restaurant experience called the Hive Eatery that includes a bakery, sushi bar, wok chef, and a brick pizza oven. In the back corner, a beer cave showcases specialty and local brews. The store also offers an extensive amount of vegan options. The focal point of the store, however, is the variety of produce options. (Produce is in the name of the store after all.) The company aims to carry as much seasonal produce as possible. Grangroth said that she worked with more than thirty growers, with more to come. When at all possible, the fruits and vegetables are in season and from Utah farms. (In the off-season, the vast majority of produce still comes from the United States.) All in all, Honey Bee hopes that their investment in organic fresh products will pay off – and that Draper residents will taste the difference. The staff is confident that the store will be a huge success. While being interviewed, Grangroth seemed to feel a genuine passion and excitement for what Honey Bee has to offer. After working in the grocery industry for nineteen years, she jumped at the chance to lead the Draper store. Grangroth connected to the store’s promotion of clean, healthy eating; she said, “To me, it’s a lifestyle.” And, she happily reports that every day offers a new learning experience about the food or the industry at large. And with Honey Bee’s extensive options and unique offerings, Draper has the chance to learn (and eat!) along with her.

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INKY CAPS FOR DINNER, ANYONE? Mushroom forager finds delicacies in Draper backyard ARTICLE LINNEA LUNDGREN

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n a warm September afternoon, George “You cut them up like steaks, fix them like steaks Simmons is out and about, holding a and they taste like steaks,” he says. Another is

steak knife in one hand and bracing a blue the hedgehog, with a spiny exterior and peppery cane in the other. He eyes his neighbor’s lush taste. He’s found “a few” golden-colored chantelawn, not in admiration, but in pursuit of fungi. relles, but they are an elusive delicacy.   He’s on the hunt for inky caps.

Down at 6,000 feet, in Draper’s Suncrest

Right now, conditions aren’t ideal for find- neighborhood where he lives, mushrooms ing this common Utah mushroom—or any aren’t as plentiful, but they are here if you for that matter.

know where to find them, especially the inky

“A wet spring and a wet fall are ideal,” he says. caps or Coprinoid mushrooms. Lower down But, mushrooms persevere despite the dryness, in elevation, he’ll search Draper City Park as and he finally spots a single inky cap specimen in well as the cemetery for them, but he coma shady, moist spot, overly ripe and thus inedible. plains that with all the lawn spraying, they Nonetheless, he braces himself with the cane, develop a “contaminated taste.” bends over and digs it up with the knife, stem and all, in order to properly identify it.

Despite whipping off defining details and Latin names for every mushroom, Simmons

“You need about 10 of these for a serving. claims he isn’t “too involved in the science of They shrink when you cook them,” he says. At mushrooms.” He relies on books, his “fungal their peak of ripeness, inky caps are an excellent file” full of news clippings, expert mycologist eating mushroom, one that blends well with identification, and common sense to deterother foods and into soups. When they decom- mine which mushrooms are edible. He’ll err pose, they liquify into a black inky substance. Mushroom-foraging has been more than

on the side of caution when he has to. A friend once gave him mushrooms called

a hobby for Simmons. In 1941, when George gyromitra that resemble little brown brains. was two years old and his dad was at war, his “I had one book that said they were edible, mother had to raise eight children on her own another book that said to watch out,” he with little money for food. Their grocery store recalls. “By the time I read both books on the was often a cow pasture in California’s San same mushroom, I threw the mushrooms Joaquin Valley where “meadow mushrooms” out. I am colorblind and one of the things grew in abundance year-round.

was that if it was dark brown it was one kind,

“As soon as I was able to walk, I’d go out if it is light brown it was the other. I couldn’t collecting mushrooms,” he says. Plentiful and tell if it was dark or light brown.” topping out at four pounds, the meadow mush-

Few mushrooms are instant death, but

rooms could feed the family for free. His mom many will “really mess with your digestive fried them in oleo (margarine) and he loved them tract,” he notes. “If it’s gonna make you sick, at first bite. “They’re still my favorites,” he says. Later in life when he moved to Utah, he was

it’s not worth the risk.” Utah has over 100 varieties of mushrooms

one of the first to join the Mushroom Society of and new ones are still popping up. Should a Utah, (“A bunch of outdoorsy, cerebral types,” mushroom forager locate a new variety, that says his wife Norma) and enjoyed many mushroom will be named after the forager. mushroom-hunting excursions to the Uinta Simmons says new specimens have been Mountains, followed by a mushroom-centric found in Lehi, as well as underwater microdinner in the Francis Town Hall.

scopic fungi discovered in the Great Salt Lake.

He’s found choice specimens in the high The latter elicits a ho-hum response from him. country, including favorites like the porcini or

“In my situation,” he says, “if I can’t eat it,

king bolete, usually found above 8,000 feet. I am not interested.” 24

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MUSHROOMS, THREE WAYS Mushroom Recipes courtesy of Don Johnston, Mushroom Society of Utah (Use store-bought mushrooms)

BASIC RECIPE FOR SAUTEED MUSHROOMS 1-2 T. butter 1-2 T. olive oil 1 pound sliced mushrooms of your choice 1/2-1 cup chopped onions (optional) 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. sugar 1 T. soy sauce In a non-stick fry pan heat the butter and oil

H E AT E D M U S H R O O M D I P

over medium heat. Add mushrooms and onions and saute until the liquid from the mushrooms begins to evaporate. Add the salt, sugar, and soy

2 pounds fresh mushrooms 1 stick butter

sauce. Stir thoroughly, and serve. For an excellent white sauce that can be

1/4 c. flour

served over pasta or toast, start with the

1/2 tsp. salt

above saute, then add the following:

pepper

2 T. butter

2/3 c. fresh parsley, chopped

2 T. flour

1 1/2 cup sour cream

1 cup milk

1 /2 cup chopped green onions

1/2 cup sour cream

1 1 /2 cup shredded Swiss cheese

1/4 cup dry sherry

1 1/2 tsp. paprika

a clove or two of garlic

juice from 1/2 lemon Wash and slice mushrooms. Saute in large skillet in butter, until some juice remains. Blend in flour, salt, and pepper. Cook 1 to 2 minutes. Remove from heat. Stir in remaining ingre-

CHICKEN AND C H A N T E R E L L E S  

dients. Spoon into 1 ½ quart casserole. Bake 10 minutes, or until very hot, at 350 degrees.

2 chicken breasts

Serve with crackers, vegetables, or chips.

1/2 pound chanterelle mushrooms, chopped 2 shallots, chopped 1 cup dried apricot halves, chopped 2 T. butter 2 T. olive oil 1/4 to 1/2 cup wine salt & pepper Brown chicken breasts in half of the butter and olive oil. Saute the shallots and chanterelles in the other half. Blend together with apricots, add wine to taste, your choice of sherry, Madeira, or port. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve over rice or noodles.

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Giving Back

FOOD PANTRY IS REALLY ABOUT PERSONAL CONNECTIONS AS WELL AS FIGHTING HUNGER

FEEDING

S

hopping assistance is a service some specialty retail

stores offer their clientele. It’s also a service offered to clients of the Jesus Feeds Food Pantry operating out of The Adventure Church in Draper. That’s what sets this extension of the Utah Food Bank apart from most, that effort to go the extra mile and make it a personalized experience. “The other pantries don’t do this method. We’re Ira Popper, Associate Pastor of The Adventure Church

still very unique,” said Hannah Weis, who serves as director.

The pantry volunteers recognize that giving a box

“Thursdays are also a day that seniors

of food can be impersonal, not to mention wasteful, if

can come in because we’re a distri-

someone has food allergies or special dietary needs.

bution site for the Federal Senior Box

And it’s not just about accommodating clients’ food

Program,” Harrell said.

needs, but other needs as well, including help obtain-

The food pantry started in a small

ing food stamps, heating or drug assistance and social

closet at The Adventure Church in 2002.

services referrals. It’s an opportunity for the pantry’s

“Somebody in the church wanted to

volunteer staff to feed and tend to the whole person.

start a pantry for people in the church

Having clients come in on an appointment basis allows them to shop behind closed-doors, mak-

“This food pantry really took off in

impersonal and we don’t want them to wait in line.

the financial downturn,” said Ira Popper,

Confidentiality is extremely important,” said Susan

Associate Pastor of the church.

Newman, volunteer coordinator. “We want them to be treated as it would be if the situation was flipped,” Harrell said.

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food,” Weis said.

ing the experience private. “We never want it to be

Harrell, co-leader of the pantry along with Kelly

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who had lost their jobs and needed

In 2010, the pantry approached the Utah Food Bank about being a south valley location for their service. After being inspected by the USDA and meeting

Wednesdays are bustling with activity as volun-

requirements such as proper refrigera-

teers unload Utah Food Bank and other donations,

tion, correct shelving and privacy rules for

stocking shelves and filling refrigerators. Thursdays

clients, the pantry was granted that status.

are when clients come shopping.

The Utah Food Bank is the main provider


THE SOUL

ARTICLE MIMI DARLEY DUTTON | PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY GOECKERITZ

Susan Harrell, co-leader

Kelly Newman, volunteer coordinator

Hannah Weis, director

of the food that comes into the pantry, but

volunteer position at the food pantry. “It’s

The Jesus Feeds Food Pantry is

anyone can donate. Items like toothpaste,

the highlight of my week. It really blesses

located at 12300 South 352 West

toilet paper, feminine products, formula and

us to do this,” she said.

Suite #100 within The Adventure

diapers are especially helpful since they can’t

Once a recipient of assistance, Weis has

be purchased with food stamps and aren’t

come full circle. “I know how it is. My par-

provided by the food bank. The pantry is also

ents were working two or three jobs each

a partner of Feeding America.

and we still didn’t have money for food.

Church, just behind the redroofed collision center. The

food

pantry

can

be

Clients are of varying ages and nation-

That’s how I grew up. Now that I’m not like

reached at 801.688.7251. Those

alities. They include homeless walks-ins,

that, I like to give back. It’s my passion,

who staff the pantry especially

college students and single moms, parents

feeding people,” she said.

want to thank the South Jordan

of disabled children, and a lot of self-em-

The volunteers have witnessed their cli-

Sam’s Club and its manager,

ployed people. The pantry also supports

ents come full circle as well. “We’ve gotten

Scott Northridge, owner Jason

Holding Out Help, a Draper organization

a lot of our volunteers from people we have

Pennock

that

served, “ Weis said.

Bread Company in Draper, and

aids

people

escaping

polygamy.

“When they have a family in need, we

“We serve the whole south valley. If you

partner with them making sure they’re fed,”

know families that are hurting, send them

Harrell said. “We were chosen top model

our way,” Newman said.

pantry by the Utah Food Bank for the state of Utah in 2010”, she proudly added. Weis used to work a paying job in corporate America, but she far prefers her

of

Great

Harvest

Harmon’s Bangerter Crossing for their donations.

“There are a lot of lives that are touched through this food pantry. They don’t just give food, they are really sharing God’s love in a holistic way,” Popper said.

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Food & Wine

HOLIDAY

WINE pairings PERFECT PALATES FROM JENNIFER INGELLIS, DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT AT TASTING ROOM + PAIRINGS FOR YOUR CLASSIC FAMILY HOLIDAY DISHES ARTICLE NICOLETTE MARTIN

WHITES

ROSÉS

REDS

“Rich, full-bodied whites like

“Pinot Noir, Beaujolais and lighter

“In years past, most people wouldn’t

Chardonnay, Viognier, Gewürztraminer

bodied Cabernet Franc from the Loire

think to pull out their favorite rosé to

and Rhône White Blends pair delightfully

Valley make excellent companions to

pair with Thanksgiving dinner, but

with many of the dishes found on the

the savory, herb-inflected dishes at a

it’s actually a fantastic wine to have

Thanksgiving table. For example, pump-

typical Thanksgiving feast. The ele-

handy this time of year. Fuller-bodied

kin soup or butternut squash with brown

vated acidity, as well as the nuances

rosé made with Grenache, Syrah and

butter and sage is a delicious match for a

of mushroom and dried herbs, make

Cabernet Franc are excellent matches

richly textured Chardonnay. The warmer

these wines stellar accompaniments,

for the richer foods that make their way

spices of autumn, like nutmeg, cinnamon

keeping your palate refreshed while

to the holiday table, the juicy acidity

and clove, are complementary to this

elevating the complementary notes

keeping your palate from becoming

style of wine, as many have similar notes

found in the food.”

tired and overwhelmed from all the

interwoven with toasted oak nuances.”

sumptuous dishes.”

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Pinot Noir

Lambrusco

uncle bill’s cheesy potatoes

mom’s sweet potato casserole

+

+

Sauvignon Blanc Moscato D’Asti +

aunt mary’s green bean casserole

+

Grandma’s pumpkin pie

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Local’s Choice

E at T h i s N ow 10 FOODS YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T REALIZE ARE REALLY GOOD FOR YOU ARTICLE WENDY STAPLEY, REGISTERED NURSE & MOM

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s we transition from autumn to winter—and germs begin to multiply—you

· That same habit may also reduce your risk of breast cancer.

may wonder how to protect your body from

· The darker the bean, the more antioxi-

unwanted illness. Healthy foods are one of

dants it contains. One study found that black

the best ways we can protect ourselves from

bean hulls contain 40 times the amount of

the inside out. “Super Food” lists can vary,

antioxidants found in white bean hulls.

but you will find these foods in the research

# 6 : S P I NAC H

time and time again.

#1 : LE MO N S · Just one lemon has more than 100 percent

· Spinach contains lutein and zeaxanthin, two immune-boosting antioxidants important for eye health.

of your daily intake of vitamin C, which also

· Recent research found that among can-

may help increase “good” cholesterol levels

cer-fighting fruits and veggies, spinach is

and strengthen bones. Consider squeezing a

one of the most effective.

half to a whole lemon into your first glass of

# 7 : AVO CADOS

water every morning.

#2: BRO CCO L I · It’s true: broccoli has earned its spot.

· Rich in healthy, satisfying fats, avocados were proven in one study to lower cholesterol by about 22 percent.

This super food will never come off the list.

· One avocado has more than half the fiber

One medium stalk of broccoli contains more

and 40 percent of the folate you need daily,

than 100 percent of your daily vitamin K and

which may reduce your risk of heart disease.

almost 200 percent of your recommended

# 8 : DAR K C H OCOLAT E

daily dose of vitamin C—two essential bone-building nutrients.

#3: POTATO E S · One red potato contains 66 micrograms of

· Just one-fourth of an ounce daily can reduce blood pressure in otherwise healthy individuals. · Cocoa powder is rich in flavonoids, antioxidants shown to reduce "bad" LDL choles-

cell-building folate—about the same amount

terol and increase "good" HDL levels.

found in one cup of spinach or broccoli.

# 9 : B LU EB ERRI ES

· One sweet potato has almost eight

· Eating just under a cup of mixed berries

times the amount of cancer-fighting and

(such as red raspberries, strawberries, blue-

immune-boosting vitamin A you need daily.

berries) daily for eight weeks was associated

#4: WAL N U T S

with increased levels of “good” HDL choles-

· Of all nuts, walnuts contain the most omega3 fatty acids, which may help reduce cholesterol.

terol and lowered blood pressure.

# 10 : AP P LES

· Omega-3s have been shown to improve

· An apple a day may keep the doctor away.

mood and fight cancer; they may also protect

Apples can lower your risk of cardiovascular

against sun damage, too (but don't skip the SPF!).

disease by 13-22 percent, and apples are

· The antioxidant melatonin in walnuts

associate with a lower risk of stroke. Apples

helps to regulate sleep.

#5: B EAN S · Eating a serving of legumes (beans, peas,

can also help lower your cholesterol. Sources: FitnessMagazine.com

and lentils) four times a week can lower your

MedicalNewsToday.com

risk of heart disease by 22 percent.

EatingWell.com

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Wendy Stapley is a nurse at Alta View Hospital.


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