Utah scones, Utah Valley

Scones in Utah are not like scones anywhere else, so erase that image of the dainty British baked good typically spread with jam for afternoon tea. Utah scones are a deep-fried, puffy bread, eaten with powdered sugar and honey and butter, usually, more akin to a Native American fry bread than… 336 S. Main St., Pleasant Grove, UT Source…

Soda in Utah, Utah Valley

Soda is everywhere, you may think; how’s it a Utah thing? Soda in Utah reaches new heights: The majority Mormon population does not drink alcohol, so soda is often the drink of choice for a night out. (Never mind the fact that drinking soda frequently  is very detrimental to… 1325 E. Main St., Lehi Source…

Utah craft beer, Utah Valley

Despite the predominant Mormon culture, and famously arcane alcohol laws that until recently required bars to put up visual barriers on bars to shield diners from seeing behind the bar (to thwart temptation among minors, apparently), Utah is fast becoming a good place to grab a locally brewed… 596 S. 1750 W., Springville, UT Source…

Mountain honey, Utah Valley

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Beehive State produces great honey—but did you know the Utah honeybee has a history with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? Colonies of honeybees were brought into the region by Mormon settlers in covered wagons in 1848, as… 8841 Alpine Loop Scenic Byway, Sundance, UT Source…