Utah farmers earn national honors
Utah farmers Joel and Becca Ferry of Corinne were top 10 finishers in the Young Farmer & Rancher Achievement Award competition recently at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s national convention in San Antonio, Texas. The award recognizes young farmers and ranchers who have excelled in their operations and exhibited superior leadership abilities. Participants are evaluated on agricultural operation’s growth and financial progress, Farm Bureau leadership and leadership outside Farm Bureau.
Mike Gibbons, a dairy farmer from Lewiston, also was among the top 16 finishers in the National Young Farmer & Rancher Discussion Meet. Gibbons was one of 36 state winners from around the country in the competition, in which participants are evaluated on their ability to exchange ideas and information on a predetermined topic.
Help name new cupcake cookbook
Utah baker Janell Brown, author of "One Sweet Cupcake" cookbook, is letting fans help her name her second recipe book. Brown, the owner of One Sweet Slice bakeries in Sandy and South Jordan — and the winner of an episode of "Cupcake Wars" on The Food Network — is accepting title suggestions on her blog, JanellBrown.com, through Monday, Jan. 27, at 9 p.m. The winner will receive a free signed copy of the new book, with his or her name in the "acknowledgments," and a dozen gourmet cupcakes. A committee of One Sweet Slice employees and Cedar Fort Publishing executives will pick the winning name and announce it by Feb. 1. Brown’s new cookbook will include recipes that contain fruits, vegetables and other treats specific to each season.
Winter cheese class
Learn the back story behind Beehive Cheese and Creminelli Fine Meats and how to enjoy them together and with wine. Sponsored by SLC Bites.
When » Sunday, Jan. 26, 2 to 4 p.m.
Where » BTG Wine Bar, 63 W. 100 South, Salt Lake City
Tickets » $25, wine pairings are an additional $20. More information at facebook.com/SLCB3
Wines from Willamette Valley
Enjoy a multicourse dinner at Solitude Mountain resort, featuring wines from the Willakenzie Estate in Willamette Valley, Wash. The winery specializes in pinot gris, pinot blanc and pinot noir wines. Bernard Lacroute, owner of Willakenzie, will be on hand to answer questions. The menu, created by St. Bernard Chef, Josh Cornell, includes handmade ricotta gnocchi and Piemontese beef roulade.
When » Wednesday, Jan. 29
Where » St. Bernard’s, 12000 Big Cottonwood Canyon Road, Solitude.
Cost » Five-course tasting menu, $59; wine pairings an additional $39
Reservations » 801-536-5508 or 801-536-5500
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