• Summer in a Jar: Food Preservation Workshops

  • Farm Mob: Sandhill Garlic Farm

THANK YOU!

We hope you had a wonderful time at our 10th Annual Feast of Five Senses.We were so happy to see it all come together, and we really appreciate your generosity in supporting Slow Food Utah and the micro-grant program. Just a moment to thank again:

The chefs, whose skill, creativity, generosity, and willingness to participate in the excellent adventure of the Feast of Five Senses help to make it our unique, signature event,

Our sponsors: Sysco Intermountain, and Muir Copper Canyon Farms,

Andrew Stone for his work on designing the invitations and menus,

Cory at Original Copy for his help with all our printing needs,

All the local businesses and individuals who donated to our Silent Auction,

Our many volunteers throughout the year and especially the night of the Feast,

Karen Boe for her help for many years with press and media coverage,

Utah Heritage Foundation for the beautiful venue for this year,

Blended Table, for their excellent service and help with the event,

Francis Fecteau of Libation for many years of excellent wine pairings and generous support,

Uinta Brewing for beer pairings and support throughout the year,

And last, but definitely not least, our awesome Board of Directors (and their patient and supportive partners) for making Slow Food Utah what it is!


Also, check out the photos!

10th Annual Feast of Five Senses

Summer in a Jar: A Food Preservation Series

Farm Mob: Sandhill Farms

Join us for our annual garlic harvest farm mob at beautiful Sandhill Farms in Eden, Utah! Sandhill Farms is famous for its gourmet, heirloom organic garlic. Come help harvest the crop in the cool mountain valley of Eden, and take a dip afterwards in nearby Pineview Reservoir. Saturday, July 12 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.Continue Reading

Artspace in the Granary District Tour and Tasting

Join us for a private tour and tasting at three of our favorite local food artisans, located at Artspace in the Granary District; Laziz Foods, The Queen’s Tea, and Solstice Chocolate. Get an inside peek of these three local food producers, and taste what makes them so special! Artspace in the Granary District Tuesday, June 17Continue Reading