Latest Tweets

Follow Us On Twitter

We hope you enjoyed a weekend spent with @altaskiarea, but now we're back and want to re... http://t.co/ZoA63bywrP http://t.co/hIsJBZWonM

On Jan 31 @Deer_Valley is offering a Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month lesson for only $45 for local first time skiers - http://t.co/ua0ngHFju9

This was today at @altaskiarea. Seriously, we aren't lying. Johnny Love making the most... http://t.co/mVpqktE9ZH http://t.co/hbHP9vDGHW

Pam's Plate

About the Author

Pam's Plate

Pamela Olson

Pamela Olson is the Ski Utah Food Blogger. Pamela Martinson Olson is a freelance writer and former executive editor of Utah Homes & Garden magazine. A native Utahn, she grew up drawn to the natural world, camping in and hiking the state’s deserts and high mountain peaks. A birdwatcher and fly fisher, she’s become a passionate skier over the last few years, seeing mountains and snowstorms in an entirely different light. Pam will be writing about food, restaurants, and aprés.

Filter Posts By Author


Chowing Down at Pow Mow

by Pam's Plate

January 25 2015    0 Comments

In between finding stashes of powder a full ten days after a storm, you’ll discover some excellent eats at Powder Mountain, Utah’s relaxed and rewarding snow playground.

Dining

Read More

Dining In: Apres-Ski Chili

by Pam's Plate

January 15 2015    0 Comments

Nothing beats coming home from a stellar day skiing to a big bowl of something hot and hearty to warm your bones. Snowbasin’s White Bean Chicken Chili will do the trick and we’ve hooked you up with the easy recipe.

Dining

Read More

Eat Like a Local: SLC’s 9th & 9th District → Alta

by Pam's Plate

January 8 2015    0 Comments

If you’re on a ski vaca staying in the 9th & 9th District, use this guide to chart your way through a great day of eating, on and off mountain. Every local is different, of course, but I chose some new and old favorites.

Dining

Read More

Parties for Hosting, Marshmallows for Toasting?

by Pam's Plate

December 28 2014    0 Comments

Grab a stick, find a fire. We’ve found gourmet goods to rev up the classic s’more, plus resort spots for après-ski roasting.

Read More

Best New Dining Spots for the 2014-2015 Ski Season

by Pam's Plate

December 14 2014    0 Comments

Planning your ultimate ski day or vacation (or lifetime!) is all about the food—after the actual skiing, of course. Nothing starts or caps a day on the slopes like the perfect après dining experience. With Utah’s ever expanding food scene, it’s hard to keep up with what’s new. Here’s a short list of a few recommended spots that have opened (or become hot) since last season.

Read More

Show More Posts