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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.

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Best New Dining Spots for the 2014-2015 Ski Season

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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.

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Sock it to ‘Em: Best Stocking Stuffers for Skiers

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December 9 2014    0 Comments

This year, don’t be that Santa that forgets stocking stuffers and has to drive to 7-11 at four o’clock on Christmas morning to grab a few lame items. Candy bars, an ice scraper and the latest copy of Us Weekly will surely give away your unpreparedness. Be the cool elf by hooking up your good little girls and boys—regardless of age!—with a stocking plump with little packages they’ll actually love.

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Winging It: Utah Resorts Have Top Turkey Dinners

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November 21 2014    0 Comments

Maybe your oven is broken or your family is stuck in Buffalo. Maybe you need a break from drunken uncles fighting over the wishbone. How about Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings prepared just for you, served fireside while snow falls, piling up on your favorite run? Sound good? Here are a few of this year’s options for turkey day dining, mountain style. Feast and give thanks for your blessings…especially snow days, of course.

Dining

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A Renaissance of Coffee

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September 16 2014    0 Comments

Early-morning energy-booster. Mid-day warmer. Après-ski soother. Coffee is a fix, a conversation, an ever-present elixir in the American lifestyle. It’s also ever-evolving, today experiencing a renaissance as it finds a place among aficionados, being sipped and compared like Cabernet. In the ’90s, the old cuppa Joe was primped up to become the frappuccino. Today, lighter, small batch roasts are the trend, as well as single cup and “pour-over” brewing methods. Whatever your jive, here are a few spots to get your java.

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Heat Retreat: Summer Dining in Deer Valley

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July 17 2014    1 Comment

Cool your heels, heat up your appetite in the high country.

Dining summer events

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