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After an unforgettable season of eating and skiing, I’ve compiled a list of a few of my favorite things. This isn’t my “Best of Ever” list, just a compilation of delicious dishes and experiences that somehow missed making the blog but that shouldn’t be missed.
The Second Rule of Weekend Warrior Club: LET EVERYBODY KNOW you're a weekend warrior. Other ways to do this include showing up at 9AM, skiing til 4PM, grabbing a giant lunch and drinks, and celebrating the weather and adventures with a ton (A TON) of skiing.
Women ski differently than men. We ski for the enjoyment, not for the competition (most of us) and we're just built a little different. After a 5 week women's clinic taught by a female instructor, I became a better skier. At Deer Valley, not only good skiing, but of course, good food and great conditions.
Wipe the visions of Salisbury steak, mixed vegetables and mystery gravies from your mind. These buffets (it sounds better if you pronounce it boo-fay with a French accent) offer a bounty of fresh pastries, chef-inspired entrees and tricked-out treats.
With fresh snow on the ground and the holidays around the corner, it's a great time to think of a ski vacation. The great thing is, many resorts run great family deals this time of the year and if you have young kids, chances are...they ski FREE!
Many outsiders think you can't get a real drink in Utah, ABC 4 News Anchor Kim Fischer may have been one of them. After attending the Park City Food and Wine Classic, I have a feeling that those reservations no longer exist...
Recently, the Ski Utah Yeti went social and asked you to identify your summer alias. The responses varied from commercial fisherman to hang glider pilot to wannabe rock star, however, mountain biker/cyclist won out as the most common summer alias. Good thing there's plenty of biking in Utah.
The Cottonwood Canyons have a great free program to learn about wildlife, the watershed and the environment. It's called Ski with a ranger. And with all the great FEET of snow we've received...Emily thinks it's good enough to eat!
I am often asked "where is the best place to take lessons?". There is no right answer because we all look for something different. In starting our weekly lessons at Deer Valley, the Bambi class is small, the food is awesome and Mommy time is superb!
Utah's resorts have plenty of reason to brag in the summer. Hop on your mountain bike and you will see why.