OGDEN — Located in a 30-year-old strip mall, sharing space with a Little Caesars, an Army recruitment center and a Metro PCS, Sitara India might not look like much from the outside.
LAYTON — Honey, I shrunk the Sonic.
Cute kids and pizza. The two are meant to go together. But unlike pineapple and ham, the kids don’t belong on the pizza, they just love to eat it.
It’s time to embrace ugly produce and fruit and veggies a little past their prime.
Farmers markets offer visitors a chance to purchase fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables in an atmosphere that also most often invites musicians and vendors of local crafts.
How does Peter Piper do it?
BRIGHAM CITY — The Idle Isle Cafe, an iconic restaurant in downtown Brigham City, celebrates its 97th anniversary this week with various events and menu specials.
It’s finally warming up in Northern Utah, and that means it’s time to get outside and soak up the sun — and that includes when you’re dining out.
April 25 is National Zucchini Bread Day and a good excuse to experiment with the simple yet heavenly homemade bread.
Ogden Restaurant Week is in full swing as diners taste the best 25 local restaurants have to offer.
Calling all amateur food critics.
Introverts, rejoice! Northern Utah’s Little Caesars restaurants have launched a new service that’ll get you your pizzas and breadsticks with as little human interaction as possible.
If you’re looking for new places to eat in Davis County, you’re in luck. Multiple restaurants have opened up in the last two months.
OGDEN — A new greasy spoon is coming to the former Karen’s Out West Cafe space.
OGDEN — Oktoberfest? That is soooo last fall.
OGDEN — Aside from green beer, there’s nothing that says St. Patrick’s Day quite like a steaming plate of corned beef and cabbage.
OGDEN — A new juice bar, with a slightly religious twist, is scheduled to open next month on Historic 25th Street.
OGDEN — We’ve all been told not to eat raw cookie dough. (Not that it stopped most of us from doing it when Mom wasn’t looking.) But one of the latest dessert trends is making it not only safe, but tastier than ever before.
CLEARFIELD — The freaky fast sandwich shop has come to Clearfield.
OGDEN — She teaches cooking classes and her name is Cindy Child — yes, she has heard every Julia Child joke in the book.
Among the recipes often shared by Kitchen Kneads head cooking instructor Cindy Child are sticky buns, whole wheat bread and Death by Chocolate, that are listed below.
With Friday being National Banana Bread Day, some of you might be thinking about making a few of those tasty loaves.
National Tortilla Chip Day is Saturday, Feb. 24, so the Standard-Examiner asked readers to tell us where they go for their favorite chips and salsa or nachos.
There are good tacos in Ogden.
Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch?
You probably don’t need an excuse to grab a plate (or two) of Korean barbecue, but celebrating the 2018 Winter Olympics is a one.
If you’re looking to share a romantic dinner with someone special in your life, look no further. Here are six restaurants around Northern Utah offering unique menus for Valentine’s Day.
Twelve years ago, Rachelle Rose moved from California to Utah. One of the first things she noticed: the lack of local, fresh produce in the grocery stores.
Ogden is home to many meat processors and distributors. They mostly sell to local restaurants, but also have small retail operations open to the public.
Jon Contos started Arrowhead Urban Farms around three years ago. His fields are 10 inch by 20 inch seed trays. His farm is in Ogden’s East Bench, on a quarter-acre lot in the basement of his home.
LAYTON — Ah, the power of a sandwich.
Ogdenites hoping for a taste of 4 Brothers Pizza will have to drive to Layton — at least for the foreseeable future.
OGDEN — Move over, pizza. You’re not the only delivery game in town anymore.
SOUTH WEBER — As delicious as a Burly Burger may be, there are two potential problems with it: It could be bad for you, and it could be bad for the planet.
Pat Winslow is channeling his passion for beer and a wave of local support into a new brewery called Ogden River Brewing.
HARRISVILLE — Harrisville lunchgoers who have found themselves torn between Thai, Indian, Japanese and Korean eateries can now have it all in one place.
OGDEN — Veronica and Jose Alcocer are finally ready to set out on their own.
OGDEN — Volunteers have organized six upcoming free Thanksgiving meals for those in need in the community this year. They will take place at:
Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story spelled Bec Sato’s last name as “Soto” not “Sato.”
CLINTON — A little bit of New York is coming to Utah.
RIVERDALE — The fifth restaurant in Riverdale’s Town Square development is set to open this week.
ROY — If you’re going to have your own personal motto, it may as well involve turning mealtime into money.
Outside eggs and bacon, few dishes or drinks capture the essence of brunch quite like a bloody mary.
OGDEN — Forget about ketchup.