Food and Drink
Utah produces more than fresh powder. Enhance your ski vacation with once-in-a-lifetime dining experiences. Restaurants that feature seasonal, local foods—using only what's available for their in-the-moment dishes—are bringing memorable meals to the plate.
Featured Local Dish - Koosharem Trout
Raised in crystal clear waters in central Utah, these fish are ethically and responsibly harvested in the morning and on your plate in Salt Lake City within 18 hours. They're hand-fed and grown in water that does not intersect with public aquifers or systems, nor is it recycled. After the water flows through the fish once, it is diverted for irrigating crops on the farm and cattle ranch.
Where to try it: Talisker on Main. An intimate, elegant restaurant in the heart of Historic Park City. Inventive menu with dressed-up, down-home dishes such as fried chicken with shelling beans or lobster beignets.
The Dish: Koosharem Trout with clams and mussels, paired delicately well with the bite of fennel, pepperoncini and picholine olive.
515 Main Street, PC, taliskeronmain.com, (435) 658-5479
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by Pam's Plate
December 14 2014 0 Comments
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by Pam's Plate
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