Food of the Gods

Food of the Gods

From Icelandic to Greek and from kefir to whipped, the variety found in yogurt is astonishing. Walk into the dairy section of any American grocery store, and yogurt will take up a sprawling chunk of the shelf. Though its popularity in the United States fluctuates...
Haggis: It’s Offal

Haggis: It’s Offal

On a cool fall evening in the Scottish Highlands, a hoary drizzle herds you toward a warm, well-lit tavern. Once inside, you find a seat in a creaky wooden booth, and the server wanders over. He’s tall, red-headed, and wearing a kilt, of course. He asks you what...
Raising the Bar

Raising the Bar

Utah County may be the only place where, when your friends say, “Let’s get drinks,” they mean sodas. If you’re out on the prowl for places to go, here’s a list of our favorites—plus some snacks and special treats!   Drinks   Sodalicious Try: Are you feeling...
This Yam is the New Jam

This Yam is the New Jam

Who knew a root crop could be a key dessert ingredient? Filipinos did. The Philippines is famous for its diverse and unique flavor combinations, especially when it comes to sweets. And one of the most-used flavors for desserts comes from a purple yam called ube...
Jamaican Mi ’Ungry, Mon!

Jamaican Mi ’Ungry, Mon!

One of the most important parts of experiencing other cultures, in my mind, is eating their food. Here are three delicious Jamaican eats to flavor your next visit. Chilitos JaMexican JaMexican cuisine: It’ll make your mouth water like nothing else on this planet....