Utah dinners aren't just Jell-O and funeral potatoes

Oct 17 2013 - 9:05am

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Erica Berger and Ukranian Borscht
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Melvy De La Rosa and Guatemalan Enchiladas
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Adrianna VOlk and Feijoada (Brazilian Bean Dish)
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Erica Berger and Ukranian Borscht
NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner
Melvy De La Rosa and Guatemalan Enchiladas
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Adrianna VOlk and Feijoada (Brazilian Bean Dish)

You won't find just green Jell-O and funeral potatoes on Utah's dinner tables.

There's borscht at the Berger home, feijoada at the Volks', and enchiladas Guatemalan-style over at the De La Rosas.

"Everywhere you go, church gatherings, family gatherings, there is always food, and food brings people together," said Adrianna Volk, who moved to Utah from Brazil after meeting her future husband there.

These photographs and recipes represent a small cross section of the culinary diversity in the Top of Utah.

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