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‘WATER IS LIFE’

FACING CANCER THREATS HEAD-ON


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LIFESTYLE LETTER

APRIL 2018 PUBLISHER

Will Thackeray | Will.Thackeray@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

Nicolette Martin | Nicolette.Martin@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Julie Brown Patton, Linnea Lundgren, Nicolette Martin CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Eco Chic

Lindsay Goeckeritz, Tresa Martindale

SPRING HAS FINALLY SPRUNG! As the last dredges of winter make their way out, and we can finally begin to stop and smell the roses, it’s also a good time to remind ourselves to take the time to appreciate our beautiful planet. While April 22 is Earth Day, here at Draper Lifestyle, we are celebrating the planet all month long with our “Eco” issue. Here in this issue, we highlight the people and places in our community who are committing to keeping this planet beautiful—from local farms using sustainable practices and eco-friendly organizations giving back to the community to farmto-table restaurants focused on local ingredients to fuel-efficient vehicles for sale at local dealerships.

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INSIDE THE ISSUE APRIL 2018

FEATURES 11 Utah Facial Plastics Facing Cancer Threats Head-On is Speciality of Local Plastics Surgery Group

18 A Tale of Two Starters How Draper’s Hunt Family Use Their Sourdough Starters

22 ’Water is Life’ Preserving Water is Summerhays Landscaping’s Mission

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34 Lighting the Way Intermountain Alta View Hospital Renovation Reduces Environmental Footprint

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Lifestyle Letter

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Around Town

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Healthy Lifestyle

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Hot Spot

26 Driver’s Notebook 28 Water & Woods 32 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Local’s Choice


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CITY SEEKING ARTISTS, ARTISANS, AND FOOD VENDORS FOR ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL Draper City’s sixth annual Arts & Crafts Festival returns on May 12 and is seeking artists, artisans, and food vendors to participate. Items offered for sale or display must be handmade.

The dance will be held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, June 15, at Day Bar Indoor Pavilion, 1166 Pioneer Road, Draper, UT 84020.

PLURALSIGHT UNVEILS DRAPER AS LOCATION OF ITS NEW WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS

A limited number of booths spaces are available,

Pluralsight, the enterprise technology learning

and the cost is $35 for a standard booth space and

company, has announced the location of its new

$55 for a space under the pavilion. Those interested

worldwide headquarters in the heart of Utah’s thriv-

in participating can find more information and an

ing Silicon Slopes. The 350,000-square-foot office

application at Draper.UT.US. Applications and fee

and amenities will be located on more than 30 acres

are due by 5 p.m. April 27.

of undeveloped land at 65 Highland Drive in Draper.

At the festival, shoppers will enjoy the distinctive

The company plans to break ground this summer.

talents of almost 100 artisans showcasing a wide range

“Our new worldwide headquarters will provide

of unique handcrafted jewelry, pottery, clothing, home

us with the space we need to bring our entire Utah

décor, fine art, metalwork, personal care products and

workforce together in one collaborative environment,”

much more. Along with shopping, the event features

Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight,

delicious food, a classic car show and live entertainment.

said. “We are excited to create a campus from the

The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Draper

ground up that Utahns are proud of and our custom-

Park, 12500 S. 1300 E. Admission and parking is free.

ers and partners around the world love to visit.”

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE 2018 Fathers and daughters of all ages are invited to an

The new Draper location offers unparalleled views of Salt Lake Valley, immediate access to Interstate 15, a future TRAX stop and a campuslike setting that has the capacity to grow.

evening of refreshments and entertainment they'll

Pluralsight will lease the land from The Gardner

never forget. This exciting event includes dancing,

Company/Staker Company, which owns the prop-

dessert buffet and a commemorative keepsake

erty and will develop Pluralsight’s new state-of-

photo. All father figures are welcome. Advance ticket

the-art campus.

purchase necessary, and tickets are on sale now for $25 per couple and $10 for each additional daughter.

This move will create approximately 2,400 jobs over the next 10 years.

Tickets can be purchased online—a link is available

Once completed in late 2019, Pluralsight will con-

at Draper.UT.US—or in person at the Draper Parks

solidate existing operations from Farmington and

& Recreation Office, 1020 E. Pioneer Road.

South Jordan to their new campus in Draper.

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

Utah Facial Plastics

FACING CANCER THREATS HEAD-ON IS SPECIALITY OF LOCAL PLASTICS SURGERY GROUP ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON | PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY UTAH FACIAL PLASTICS CONTINUED >

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

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A COMMON THREAT OF LIVING IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS IS SKIN CANCER. Reconstructing facial changes following removal of skin cancers can be challenging, but it's a service that Utah Facial Plastics physicians specialize in and greatly enjoy helping patients get back to feeling confident and whole again. "With so many sunny days each year, as well as so many opportunities for outdoor enjoyment, it seems that almost everyone has either personal or indirect experience with some form of skin cancer," Dr. Douglas Henstrom says. Indeed, data indicate 30 to 49 people out of every 100,000 in Utah have experienced melanoma cancer. Utah had the nation's greatest incidence of melanoma from 2010 to 2014, the last year for which data is available. The state's melanoma rates more than doubled in the past 17 years, according to the Utah Department of Health and the Utah Cancer Registry. Utah Facial Plastics physicians also fix many removals for basal cell and squamous cell cancers. Repairs of facial cancer alterations that have been created using the Mohs technique often use healthy adjacent skin flaps or skin grafts. The technique was developed by surgeon Dr. Frederic Mohs to include intermittent pathology analyses during the surgery to determine where a border of non-cancer cells exist around the incision. Large areas occasionally need to be repaired using free tissue transfer from other skin, muscle and/or bone from a different part of the body to fill the defect. Dr. Scott Thompson stresses the importance of proper daily skin care, especially for those with a history of skin cancer. It’s important to apply sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 or higher, and that contains zinc and titanium oxide daily, especially to areas of concern. Skin may need reapplication on days during multiple hours of sun exposure. "With any incision, patients need to be vigilant about daily sunscreen use for at least one year for minimum scarring," Henstrom says. Through in-office and online education, the Utah Facial Plastics team try to inform community residents about the many risks of skin cancer. Jenny Yergensen, practice administrator for the Utah Facial Plastics staff, says they've had many people thank them for showing before and after photos, and for documenting the process required for repair. "Once people see the large excisions that need to be made on the face, it sometimes scares them into protecting their skin," she says. "We also educate our patients regarding the right sunscreens they need to be using, as well as an antioxidant." With a frightening cancer diagnosis, especially on one's face, the situation becomes emotionally stressful. The Utah Facial Plastics team assist patients with mental tips and are committed to the entire process of recovery. "It’s really hard for people, especially younger patients," Yergensen says. "They are worried they will never look like themselves, and often need large grafts taken down from the forehead that require a few procedures and get a lot of strange looks from people. "I usually tell them they will look like themselves again, but it’s a process, and to trust in the process. It’s going to take time and patience, although that’s hard. Our doctors really are the best, so we let patients know they are in good hands." Draper regional residents should get any suspicious skin development checked out because the larger the area of cancer, the larger the excision is going to be. "More is going to be required to fix it. And, if it’s malignant, the more treatment required to ensure remission," Henstrom says. Regarding sharing expertise and giving back endeavors, Thompson participates in medical missions to Ecuador and Guatemala, where people have minimal access to medical care and the number of children born with congenital defects is higher than in other countries.  12

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HOT SPOT

SOMETHING AND SOMEWHERE TO REMEMBER THE CHARLESTON DRAPER'S ROASTED ROOT VEGETABLES SALAD WITH GOAT CHEESE & TOASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON | PHOTOGRAPHY TRESA MARTINDALE

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ROASTED ROOT VEGETABLES SALAD WITH GOAT CHEESE & TOASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS INGREDIENTS

+ 3 turnips + 4 baby carrots + 3 golden beets (1-2 large); save the leaves to roast 

CHEF MARCO SILVA IS INSPIRED BY THE MANY COUNTRIES IN WHICH HE'S LIVED, WORKED OR VISITED. Those global infusions of different cooking styles and presentations have spurred him into opening his own restaurant, The

+ 2 small red beets + 5 asparagus + 2 leeks, cut in half + 2 heads garlic + Mixed greens  + 2 tablespoons olive oil, plus more for drizzling + Coarse salt and freshly cracked black pepper, to taste

+ Toasted pumpkin seeds INGREDIENTS FOR THE DRESSING

+ 1/4 cup Greek yogurt + 1 tablespoon sumac berries

"This beautiful dish was

Charleston Draper, 1229 E. Pioneer Road.

inspired by my good

years of professional cooking and private

DIRECTIONS

memories of gathering

kitchen management experience.

1. Heat oven to 430 F.

ingredients

the

He trained in Brazil, France, Portugal,

foil with olive oil, salt and pepper.

fresh market in Paris and

Spain and the United States. He gradu-

3. Start a series of roasting. Roast garlic

ated from Le Cordon Bleu in France and

heads for 35 minutes. Roast turnips, baby

of creating new cuisines

also has a degree in classical piano from

carrots and beets for 30 minutes. Roast

Conservatory of Lisbon.

asparagus and leeks for 10 minutes. Roast

in the Middle East that

This chef worked in various capacities,

from

used sumac. These prepared vegetables also can be reused to make a great minestrone soup."

Cuisine by Marco springs from 20-plus

He's originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

2. Wrap individual vegetables in aluminum

beet leaves for 5 minutes.

including as a private chef, personal chef,

4. In a small bowl, mix Greek yogurt and

caterer and as an executive chef.

sumac, then plate on the side.

Current hours for The Charleston

5. Let all roasted vegetables cool down

Draper are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

before placing on serving plate.

to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Marco

6. Arrange all vegetables on a plate with

recently launched a new brunch offering

baby arugula and mixed greens. Serve with

to coincide with Easter.

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A TALE OF TWO STARTERS HOW DRAPER’S HUNT FAMILY USE THEIR SOURDOUGH STARTERS ARTICLE LINNEA LUNDGREN | PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY GOECKERITZ

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HOLLIS S. HUNT TAKES HIS SOURDOUGH PANCAKES SERIOUSLY. And it begins with his starter, which is still going strong after 129 years. In 1970, Hollis lived in Fairbanks, Alaska, and met Grace Abbotts, star pancake maker at his church’s popular sourdough days breakfast. They’d use her sourdough starter to make the pancakes, “making batter by the garbage-can full,” Hollis recalls. Grace had acquired the starter in 1942 from a Klondike gold miner who came to Alaska in 1888 and probably kept the starter wrapped inside his parka to prevent it from freezing.  Hollis fell in love with the pancakes and has been strictly sourdough ever since, faithfully making pancakes weekly. He safely keeps the starter in a plastic container “never metal because the acid reacts with it” he says, and doesn’t wash that container to preserve its integrity.   Hollis cooks his pancakes only on cast iron, which delivers an even heat and a consistent golden brown crust. He eats them piping hot and heats the plates, too.  A few years ago, due to health concerns, he converted the century-old flour-based start to a gluten-free start by feeding it with oat flour and brown rice flour. “It tastes the same, but the texture is different,” he says. The secret to a tasty, tangy start is to use it, he says. “The more you use it, the more vigorous it is.” If left alone for weeks, it will weaken and die due to the developing alcohol killing the yeast. Before he goes on vacation, he’ll feed it a few tablespoons of sugar to keep it lively.  “It’s not as bad as having a dog or a cat,” he says, “but you still have to care for it.”  SOURDOUGH FOR HEALTH When Lisa Hunt’s daughter was diagnosed with gluten intolerance, she found her grandmothers’ experiences with sourdough baking to be the best solution.  The mom of five—and Hollis’ daughter-in-law—tried storebought gluten-free bread, but the expensive, tasteless loaves didn’t impress. A neighbor (the aunt of Melissa Richardson who writes TheBreadGeek.com blog) taught her how to care for a natural yeast sourdough starter and make bread from it, which is often tolerated by those with gluten issues. “My first batch (of bread) was quite sour,” she says. “It took me about nine months to make a loaf of bread that tasted like awesome white bread.” Luckily, her bread was kid-approved, as were her sourdough waffles, pancakes and muffins. Baking with sourdough not only helped the family budget and pleased their palates, but also improved their health. Her daughter ate the bread without complications, and Lisa, who has a biology background, noticed her own painful arthritis symptoms stopped.  Women in her family have been baking with sourdough for generations, and Lisa often consults her grandmothers’ journals for inspiration and to learn how they baked.  “We are connected to our ancestors,” she says. From her paternal grandmother who grew up in Blanding, she learned how sourdough starters were community builders as CONTINUED >

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people shared them with family and neighbors. Her maternal great-grandmother taught her the economic value of homemade bread, and her daughter (Lisa’s grandma) fed 12 kids by mass baking loaves in pineapple juice cans, which stacked easily in the oven. Lisa often wonders why her grandmothers’ generation didn’t suffer from the digestive maladies and autoimmune problems that so many people do today.  Much of it, she thinks has to do with how they made homemade breads and the healthy probiotics sourdough offers.  “[Sourdough] is better for your body,” she says. "And your body will perform better, naturally.” 

SOURDOUGH PANCAKES Sourdough Pancakes

INGREDIENTS FOR STARTER + 1 package instant yeast + 1 ½ tablespoons warm water + 2 cups buttermilk + 1 cup flour DIRECTIONS 1. Mix the yeast and warm water together until dissolved.  2. Add the buttermilk and flour. Stir and cover the bowl with a towel. Let stand overnight in a draft-free area. 3. The next day, put the starter in a glass or plastic container with a lid and keep refrigerated until needed. 

THE NIGHT BEFORE BREAKFAST INGREDIENTS

+ Starter + 2 cups milk + 2 cups flour DIRECTIONS 1. Add ½ cup starter to 2 cups milk and 2 cups flour. 2. Stir and cover overnight.

IN THE MORNING INGREDIENTS

+ 2 eggs, lightly beaten + 3 tablespoons sugar + 1 ½ teaspoons baking soda + 1 teaspoon salt + 3 teaspoons melted butter DIRECTIONS 1. Add ingredients to starter/flour/milk mixture. Mix well.   2. Cook on a lightly oiled hot griddle (350 degrees). Recipe from the Junior League of Salt Lake City’s Heritage Cookbook.  20

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‘ WAT E R IS LIF E’ ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON | PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDED

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PRESERVING WATER IS SUMMERHAYS LANDSCAPING'S MISSION

RYAN SUMMERHAYS, OWNER OF SUMMERHAYS LANDSCAPING, BELIEVES WATER IS ONE OF THE MOST PRECIOUS COMMODITIES PEOPLE HAVE. "Water is life, how you deliver the water becomes the science," he says. "At Summerhays Landscaping, we're passionate about making sure we don’t waste water. Unfortunately, there are very big differences in efficiencies between a good design and a poorly designed sprinkler system. We invest in education to keep up on the best technologies, and keep us at the front of efficient designs." The Summerhays Landscaping crew applied many eco-friendly practices when they handled the landscaping, sprinkler system, planting and more outdoor projects for the Hidden Valley Country Club pool, 11820 S. Highland Drive in Sandy. They also took care of the gravel, mulch and bark. As a private, member-owned country club on 250-plus acres of pristine land, Hidden Valley is a golfer’s paradise, tucked away on Salt Lake Valley’s beautiful east bench. But, Ryan and his team made sure the pool and cabana area at the club meshed well with the incredible mountain and valley views from the location. He says they were selected to be Hidden Valley's partner specifically for the custom landscape design and build surrounding the new clubhouse, pool, bocce ball courts and member entertainment areas. They started with erecting massive rock-retaining walls, followed by installing the irrigation/sprinkling systems, and then placing and planting new trees, plants and vegetation that "brought the area to life," Ryan says. "This was a very fun and rewarding project to complete, and the country club was very happy with the end results," he adds. Ryan says they also like to handle new construction landscaping as creative partners to homeowners, in addition to routine lawn maintenance, based out of their Draper office located at 134 E. 12300 S. CONTINUED >

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DRIVER’S NOTEBOOK

HONDA CLARITY ABSOLUTELY ELECTRIC IN APPEAL ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON Safe: WITH HONDA'S MISSION OF HAVING TWO-THIRDS OF THE COMPANY'S VEHICLES TO BE ELECTRIFIED BY THE YEAR 2030, THE NEW CLARITY HYBRID SERIES CERTAINLY THRUSTS THE AUTO DEALER FORWARD TOWARD THAT GOAL.  

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Clarity's ability to allow drivers to travel up to 47 miles on one electrical charge, or to tap into its gas engine for longer drives," says Brandon Wilson, general sales manager for Ken Garff Honda Downtown's team at 900 S. State St. in Salt Lake City. Brandon says the Honda Green Path approach has transformed how the company operates at every level.

Power:

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Efficient: Clarity fully charges in just 2.5 hours with a 240-volt charger and 12 hours with a 120volt charger.

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cacti and succulents are

lemon button ferns—also

healthy houseplant by

light or moisture, but will

the way to go. Since they

known as southern sword

HGTV, the snake plant

grow much larger if given

are able to store water in

ferns—are drought-tolerant

tolerates low light and long

both and ample space to

their leaves, they’re more

and thrive in shady rooms.

stretches without water

climb. Be careful, though,

forgiving when your mind

They’re low-maintenance if

while also adding oxygen

it is highly toxic to animals,

is elsewhere.

you keep their soil moist.

to the room at night.

according to the ASPCA.

Plant care information gathered from HGTV.com

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WATER & WOODS

(CON TI N U ED)

SUCCULENT GUIDE Perfect for those who don’t necessarily consider themselves “gardening-inclined,” but also like to keep live decorations in various parts of the home, succulent plants are generally low-maintenance and come in an array of shapes, sizes, colors and textures. Grow them in unique containers—from coffee tins to books and pianos— for eco-themed decor you actually have to put in some effort to kill.

common succulents ZEBRA PLANT

ECHEVERIA ‘LOLA’

WHITE CHENILLE PLANT

Stemless clustering perennial

Up to 6 inches tall, it forms a

Small, shrubby succulent plant up

succulent up to 6 inches tall. Needs

sculpted rosette up to 6 inches in

to 12 inches tall. Small rosettes hold

plenty of sun or bright light. Use a

diameter. Good for containers and

thick green leaves densely covered

well-draining cactus potting mix.

rock gardens.

in silvery white hairs.

For more succulent information, visit WorldOfSucculents.com

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APRIL

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2-JUN 23 "TUCK EVERLASTING"

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10 a.m. to midnight Friday; 10 a.m. to 6

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27 & 28

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LOCAL’S CHOICE

HOSPITALS, IN GENERAL, ARE INTRICATE BUILDINGS TO DESIGN AND EXECUTE. Renovating a 36-year-old hospital while deliberately incorporating environmentally friendly aspects is a taller task. But that's what the leaders of Intermountain Alta View Hospital set out to do with their tower and buildings at

LIGHTING THE WAY

9660 S. 1300 E. in Sandy. Replacing overall hospital lighting with energy-efficient, long-lasting LED lightbulbs has been a big endeavor this year, Kristofer Beldin, public relations manager for the hospital and clinic, says. The average efficacy of a light-emitting diode bulb is 78 lumens per watt, compared with 13 for an incandescent and approximately 18 for a halogen equivalent. Energy-efficient lighting choices lower utility bills and lessen the burden on nonrenewable energy sources, which account for 89 percent of U.S. energy production. Kristofer says they've already cut the campus power bill by one-third.

"In everything we're doing, we look

for

improvements

and

ways to be as eco-friendly as possible," he says. "The goal is to produce a more sustainable medical campus and pass on those associated cost-savings to patients." Kristofer says some hospital neighbors have asked about brightness and why the hospital hasn't converted when it has. "Those new LED lights are set with dimmers for evenings. However, they have motion sensors that get tripped by the cleaning crew at night," he says. "So, while it may seem the lights aren't being turned off, they actually are. It's just important to note that we operate 24/7 caring facilities." Renovations are expected to be completed by

INTERMOUNTAIN ALTA VIEW HOSPITAL RENOVATION REDUCES ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON

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year’s end. Additionally, Kristofer says hospital staffers deliberately are more conscious now of thinking before printing computer-related items, recycling as many aluminum cans as they can, and of turning off lights when leaving rooms.


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