Last month, we were in Kansas City for less than 24 hours, but that didn’t stop us from trying out some of the yummiest food we’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting. With the help of my friend Hannah from Stories About Food, we tracked down the best fare we could find.
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It’s not often that Colby and I make our way down to Utah County together (I go hiking in Provo Canyon all the time myself, but it’s rare for both of us to go), so when we had an open Thursday one week and my friend had a date that lived in Provo, we decided to make it a double and go try out a new escape room!
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I’ve lived in Salt Lake City for a total of 16 years of my life, but there are so many things I never knew about it until this weekend – like, for example, the fact that Utah was the birthplace of the very first artificial heart, or that one of our museums has the largest collection of dinosaur fossils in the world. I learned where the Governor’s Mansion is, that our local zoo has a new baby zebra, and that the Great Salt Lake has up to a 12% salt concentration. And all of this because I took a bus tour around the city with US Bus Utah!
Aside from visiting The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Colby and I went to Los Angeles last weekend with one purpose in mind: eat as much delicious food as possible. We showed up without any sort of plan, pretty much winged it the whole time, and I think we fulfilled that goal.
With so many restaurants to choose from in the city, it wasn’t easy to find the best, but we had some pretty dang good food while we were there. So if you’re headed to the City of Angels anytime soon, check out our ratings so you know where we ate in LA, including where to go and what to skip.
If you were following me on Snapchat over the summer, you most likely saw my many escapades to the Salt Lake City farmer’s market and you might know that there are two main reasons I frequent the market: heirloom tomatoes and limeade. The tomatoes are a discussion for another day, but the limeade you can get on sunny Saturday mornings downtown is out of this world, and I’m always sad when the market ends for the season and I can’t get it anymore. That is, until now – because I can now sip on a glass of it anytime I want at Sweet Lake Biscuits & Limeade.