Kathy Stephenson, Salt Lake Tribune

Kathy Stephenson

Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Kathy:

Greg Skedros, Greek pharmacist who founded beloved Chinese restaurant, dies at 93

Greg Skedros, Greek pharmacist who founded beloved Chinese restaurant The Mandarin, dies at 93. → Read More

Have you eaten a Korean corn dog? Here’s where to find this crunchable snack in Utah.

Yummy's Korean BBQ in West Valley City sells Korean corn dogs, a crispier — sometimes cheesier — twist on the all-American snack. → Read More

One of the best cheesecakes in America is made in a West Valley City bakery and — surprise! — it’s gluten-free.

The pomegranate cheesecake from Gem City Fine Foods — a gluten-free, nut-free and vegan bakery in West Valley City — won silver during the 2021 Specialty Food Association competition. → Read More

‘Utah Booze News’ podcast: Cedar City and St. George are becoming wine country

On the latest episode of Utah Booze News, the owner of IG Winery in Cedar City talks about the growing number of wineries and vineyards in Southern Utah. → Read More

This new system for canning soda and beer could get more trucks off Utah roads

Utah-based Vobev said it will streamline the process for canning, filling and shipping beverages, when it opens its new Salt Lake City production facility later this year. → Read More

Salt Lake City festival celebrates Polynesian artists and Utah’s DIY spirit

Polynesian art, food and culture was celebrated Saturday, as part of the annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival. → Read More

This trio just launched Utah’s first Japanese sake company

Tsuki Sake is the first modern-day producer of Japanese rice wine in Utah. → Read More

Here’s why you can only buy one bottle of Patron tequila at a Utah liquor store.

State-run liquor stores are limiting purchases of Patron tequila, in response to a global shortage of Mexico’s famed blue agave plant. → Read More

‘Utah Booze News’ podcast: What are the top sellers at state-run liquor stores?

On the latest episode of “Utah Booze News: An Alcohol Policy Podcast,” the Executive Director of the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control shares the list of the state's top-selling beer, wine and spirits. → Read More

Salt Lake City business owner sues the DABC after it took away her bar license

The owner of Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House is asking a judge to reinstate her bar license, after it was revoked by the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. → Read More

Salt Lake Tribune reader vote for the best pad thai in Salt Lake County. Here are the winners.

The owners of Sawadee Thai Restaurant have developed a loyal following since opening in 2006 and in a recent online poll, the eatery’s pad thai was deemed the best in Salt Lake County. → Read More

Tell us who makes the best pad Thai

Which Salt Lake County restaurant makes sthe best pad Thai? Readers of The Salt Lake Tribune vote in this online poll. → Read More

You get more time to submit a nomination for Utah’s Top Workplaces

The deadline to nominate your company for Utah's annual Top Workplaces awards has been extended to May 28. → Read More

Ski season is done and these Park City restaurants will take a spring break

With the end of the ski season, many Park City restaurants and bars have — or will — temporarily close for the shoulder season. They'll return in a few weeks with new Spring menus. → Read More

There is no more ‘beer to go’ at Utah restaurants and bars. Here’s why.

Utah liquor agency has put the brakes on 'beer to go' at restaurants and bars. → Read More

LDS Church names new Primary presidency and general authorities

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints named 11 new leaders on Saturday — including three women to oversee the Primary and eight men as general authority Seventies. → Read More

There’s a food truck ‘takeout night’ happening near you

The Food Truck League has started its weekly “takeout nights” in cities along the Wasatch Front. → Read More

Here’s where your rotten kitchen scraps are turned into natural gas and fertilizer

Wasatch Resource Recovery is accepting small volumes of residential food waste at its 2-year-old digester in North Salt Lake. → Read More

There were 22 new deaths from COVID-19 and 686 new cases reported Saturday

Utah's latest coronavirus data released from the state Department of Health. → Read More

You voted: See which Utah restaurant has the best cheesesteak this side of Philly

Salt Lake Tribune readers voted for their favorite Philly cheesesteak shop in Utah — and here are the winners. → Read More