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(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune) Lock-N-Load Java coffee
Utah’s Lock-n-Load coffee featured on national recipe blog
First Published Apr 11 2013 09:55 am • Last Updated Apr 11 2013 01:28 pm

Utah’s Lock-n-Load Java is being featured in sweet and savory recipes on the 37 Cooks blog throughout April.

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The blog challenges cooks to create recipes using an ingredient or theme. The site settled on Utah’s Lock-n-Load because one of the cooks’ husbands received a care package from the coffee company while deployed in Afghanistan.

Lock-n-Load is co-founded by Carl Churchill, a retired Army veteran, and his wife, Lori Churchill.

The cooks received Lock-n-Load’s nine coffee blends and four single origin coffees to experiment with. Most of them have come up with two recipes. Creations include marinating flank steak in a coffee balsamic sauce and a coffee glaze for doughnuts.

Owner Lori Churchill said she’s seen an uptick in business — both from current customers wanting to try new flavors and new customers sent from the cooking blog. The self-described foodie calls the cooks "artists. They’ve taken our product and created these delicious recipes," she said.

To view the recipes, go to http://37cooks.blogspot.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/LockNLoadJava

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