Calvados and Rum
A detailed look at two of the world's most interesting spirits: Calvados and rum. The podcast, from the Guild of Sommeliers, features importer and aut...
Plat of Zion
Created by Mormon settlers, the grid of Salt Lake City was part of an effort to create a spiritual utopia. Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of Jesu...
Great Salt Lake Is No 'Dead Sea'
Parts of Utah's Great Salt Lake are 10 times saltier than the ocean. But the lake is host to plenty of life, including salt-loving microbes that can t...
Utah Relaxes Restrictions on Restaurants Serving Alcohol
Good news for booze enthusiasts in Utah: One of the most burdensome of the state’s many restrictive liquor laws was just relaxed, meaning bartender...
How an ancient potato helped people survive climate shifts
on hcn.org Utah-area tribes explain the continuing relevance of North America’s oldest spud. By Maya L Kapoor.
How Utah's Old-School Liquor Laws Forced Bartenders to Get Creative
America's driest state is a breeding ground for inventive cocktails reimagined out of necessity. By Dan Q Dao.