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Beehive State buffet: 41 ways food is feeding Utah’s economy

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Cirkels stroopwafles can be purchased at The Store and The Store II in the Salt Lake Valley as well as the University of Utah Hospital gift shop. They come in a variety of flavors, including traditional caramel with sea salt, salted caramel with milk, dark or white chocolate, salted caramel with peanut butter and salted caramel with dark chocolate espresso.

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A few more » The Grand America chefs rounded out the Utah food offerings with "bangers and mash" using Colosimo Sausage and Yukon gold potatoes from Dibble Farms; spinach and pea souffle made with romano cheese from Gold Creek Farms and croutons from Volker’s Artisan Bread; the antipasto station featured Creminelli Fine Meats, Beehive Cheese, Heber Valley Artisan Cheese, Vosen’s bread and marinated vegetables from Sevillos Fine Foods; there were savory beef pies with Snowy Mountain Sheep Creamery cheese and peach jam from Amour Spreads; Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches with pork and Seal Sama teriyaki sauce; tea sandwiches with Stone Ground Bakery bread and Butchers Bunches Monkey Bizzness Spread; and finally to wash it all down there was Wasatch Brewery’s Brigham’s Brew root beer, Gossner Foods flavored milk and Apple Beer.


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