At Stoneground Italian Kitchen, Head Chef Justin Shifflett and his crew recently launched a new winter menu with some very appealing offerings. One terrific winter dish is duck breast which is served with spiced carrot medallions, slow-baked beans, and black truffle puree.
That divine duck joins others excellent items on the Stoneground menu – can’t-miss wintertime dishes such as bison short rib with Italian five grain, shishito pepper, balsamic glaze and tomato gravy, or perhaps classic pasta Bolognese made with breast veal, pork and beef, San Marzano tomatoes, house ricotta and homemade creste pasta.
And, don’t forget the $10 lunch special at Stoneground – an incredible bang for the buck – as is Stoneground’s Sunday Supper: an artisan tasting of pizzas, pastas, salads, and bruschetta, priced at a mere $24 for adults or $15 for kids 12 and under.
Chinese New Year @ PC Culinary Institute
On Saturday, January 25, Park City Culinary Institute (which is located in SLC, not Park City) will offer a cooking class and celebration of Chinese New Year 2020. It’s the Year of the Rat, but no rodents will be harmed during this cooking class, which will feature a menu of hot and sour soup, ham fried rice, kung pow chicken and ice cream.
The class will be held at the PC Culinary Institute’s teaching kitchen located at 1484 South State Street in Salt Lake City. Included with your class are recipes, ingredients, and tools required. Closed toe shoes and appropriate attire is required for the class. There is no minimum experience required. The cost per person for the Chinese New Year cooking class is $75. Click here for registration information.
Architectural Photo Exhibition @ Oquirrh
John McCarthy is a supremely talented local photographer who says, “Over the past five years, from the initial site demolition to opening day, I had the opportunity to photograph the progress of 111 Main Street and the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater. The 24-story office building and theater constituted the second phase of Salt Lake City’s ‘Downtown Rising’.” Currently – and for the next month or so – John’s large-format photography will be on exhibit and for sale at Andrew and Angelena Fuller’s Oquirrh restaurant.
According to McCarthy, “The photos on display at Oquirrh are part of a 600-piece collection that includes both sweeping architectural views and unique images created through manipulation of computer software that resulted in a series of artful fantasias—unlike any other approach to our city’s architecture. Each photo captures a moment in time—whether ‘real’ or not—but all document the history of this major movement.”
First rate photography paired with first rate cuisine at Oquirrh: that a hard-to-beat combo!
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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