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Summer Sips: Watermelon Cocktails

  • Mary Brown Malouf
  • Food
  • Jul 25, 2019

At Silver Star Cafe in Park City, owner Lisa Cilva Ward says, “We did an elderberry gastrique for fall cocktails, and our lead mixologist Lucas Anderson has come up with a watermelon version for summer.” Typically, a cocktail gastrique calls for caramelizing the sugar, then adding vinegar and fruit. Daytime sipping: The “Melondramatic”  1¼ oz….

Warm Weather Dining: Summer in a Cone

  • Brad Mee
  • Food
  • Jul 22, 2019
culinary crafts

Cones aren’t just for ice cream. Today’s pros fill them with everything from berries to scrambled eggs, ahi tuna to lattes.  “Anything you could serve on a cracker or crisp you can serve in a cone,” says caterer Meagan Crafts, of Culinary Crafts in SLC.  Crafts’ team creates cone recipes using wontons, bread, chocolate, tuiles,…

Celebrate with Watermelon Pizza

  • Brad Mee
  • Food
  • May 21, 2019

Want to make this Memorial Day weekend even more memorable? Make a watermelon pizza. First off, ditch the dough and begin with a cool “crust” of juicy watermelon. Cut a round piece of 1-inch-thick and cut into wedges like a pizze. Then pile on the toppings. Whether you like your slices sweet or savory, watermelon…

How-To: Build a Better Biscuit

biscuits

Caroline Hargraves, sourdough queen and biscuit whiz for The Daily and its sibling restaurants, says it’s all in the hands. Meaning, no rolling pins. “The recipe is simple,” she says. “Just all-purpose flour, butter, sugar, salt and baking powder and buttermilk.”  She cuts butter into slices, not cubes because “it’s easier on the hands,” and…

How-To: Build a Super-Bowl

  • Megan Bartholomew
  • Food
  • Mar 4, 2019
laziz salad bowl, buddha bowl campos coffee, forbidden rice bowl creek tea

When it comes to one of today’s hottest food trends, it’s all in the mix.  Everything in one bowl—it’s an ancient way of eating that is thoroughly modern. American meals used to be served in compartments—distinct servings of meat, green vegetable, yellow vegetable and potatoes. Some of us remember school cafeterias plates divided into sections…

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