I’ve also mentioned my affection for the pizza at Little Italy in Sandy (9284 S. 700 East, 255-0363). I just learned that Little Italy has partnered with Elfie’s Organic Farm in Layton and according to Little Italy owner Kathy Galati, they will be using local, organic, in-season produce in the restaurant “in an effort to give our customers the very best.” Galati informs me that Elfie’s even plans to grow organic escarole so the luscious Wedding Soup at Little Italy will be truly authentic!
Park City’s Washington School Inn has announced its spring lineup of cooking classes. The spring schedule focuses on international cuisine, with hands-on instruction from executive chef Steve Vierk. Classes are held every Saturday from 1-4 p.m. Some of the countries and cuisines covered in the Washington School Inn’s spring cooking classes include Mexico, Japan, Morocco, India, Spain, Thailand and Italy. For more information, visit to WashingtonSchoolInn.com/packages.
Quote of the week: There’s a pizza place near where I live that sells only slices. In the back you can see a guy tossing a triangle in the air. —Steven Wright
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