Empire Canyon Lodge, nestled high in the Wasatch Back has the allure of that one well marketed image so often captured: ski resort lodge. The drive to Empire Canyon Lodge obliges as mood setting fodder. Those who experience Fireside Dining, Empire Canyon Lodge’s allure, will receive a just reward. Fireside Dining is graciously roomy. Quaking aspen
Dark like the night, her black brown eyes looked intently ahead as she drove. Focused is she on the task at hand, which as always is, arrive alive. The goal: experience one side or the other of life’s never ending allure of self-indulgence or self-control. Seafood Buffet, here we come. It is early evening. She is as
Back in the day, you might drive through the streets of Downtown Anywhere, U.S.A., and see hook-up trailers with food vendors selling quick lunches to local workers escaping their offices for a bit of ethnic fare. Standard chicken, beef and pork were most often offered for the ultimate in fast food eats, and sometimes a
Cold days swooshing your way down the mountain beg for a mid-day stop for a steaming bowl of hot soup. Of course, the chefs at Deer Valley Resort readily remedy these cravings with daily specials of spoonable meals like Tomato with White Bean and Kale Soup, Roast Sirloin with Sun Dried Tomato and let us not forget
All in. That’s the only attitude to adopt when the annual Deer Valley Winter Menu Tasting invitation arrives. It is the best reason, ever, to take a one-night (…and morning? More on that, later.) hiatus from my wheat-free, dairy-free, sugar-free eating habits. Savoring the flavors of the ski season, Deer Valley style, is the way
Anyone who has heard the slightest whisper about Deer Valley Resort has learned it is synonymous with quality. But quality doesn’t always mean pricey, precious or pretentious. The folks at Deer Valley know their guests well, and when it comes to dining, they know that it isn’t always about sipping champagne and cracking crab legs.
You look at this photo and you see a pretty girl and a handsome guy sipping away on a sunny day. And that’s all you should see. For me, I see all of the behind the scenes work that goes into producing a photo like this one. Hours of coordination, contemplation and creativity to create
The Brass Tag restaurant, located in the Lodges at Deer Valley, will be offering a spring special prix fixe menu through Thursday, June 18, 2015. Enjoy a flame kissed prix fixe for $34 per person (tax and gratuity not included) featuring the following: FIRE ROASTED GARDEN VEGETABLE GAZPACHO fresh Dungeness crab, haricots verts, fennel —–
Deer Valley Resort announced the promotion of Jodie Rogers to director of food and beverage. Julie Wilson, Deer Valley’s former director of food and beverage for over 30 years, will be retiring from the director position and transitioning to consulting for special food and beverage projects for Deer Valley Resorts, including Solitude Mountain Resort.
On New Year’s Eve, the year of my 50th birthday, I vowed to try something new each week for the rest of my life. It could be something as simple as trying a new food, restaurant or museum exhibit to something a bit more daring, like giving stand up paddling a go. The “thing” itself