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Rockhill Creamery wins 2011 National Trust for Historic Preservation Award

Rockhill Creamery wins National Preservation Award

Our 'Utah's Own' Rockhill Creamery received the 2011 National Trust for Historic Preservation Award. Not since 2004 has a Utah building received this designation, so many congratulations are sent to Peter Schropp and Jennifer Hines for their dedication to rescuing the historic old Burnham farm in Richmond, UT.
Here at Slow Food Utah, we have been able to appreciate the beautiful work they have done over the past 25 years through participating in a farm tour or having delicious dinner in their beautiful yard. Their vision and aesthetics for the preservation, remodeling, and conversions of the property is truly outstanding. The next one on the list is the 1893 home at the front of the property.

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Slow Food Utah Book Club wins City Weekly Best of Utah 2012 Award

Kudos to Slow Food Utah leader Gwen Crist’s inspiration to create a food-themed book club in Salt Lake City. Here’s what City Weekly has to say in naming the book club for a 2012 “Best of” award: Best Way to Cook a Book Slow Foods Utah Book Club While reading a book can be an especially personal… Continue Reading

Salt Lake Magazine’s February Issue Features Slow Food Utah and Harmon’s Teach to Taste school …

The February 2012 issue of Salt Lake Magazine led with the provocative cover headline: “Kids Busting at the Seams: Utah’s Obesity Epidemic”. I couldn’t help but pick up a copy at the newstand, since Slow Food Utah is very concerned about this trend and we seek ways to promote better food in schools, such as with school… Continue Reading