Utah Artisan Tasting
With the slow, farm to table food movement gaining in popularity, the Kimball Art Center is adding a new Utah Artisan Tasting area to Arts Festival. This area will feature six Utah small hand-craft food producers, who diligently source their raw materials and create high quality award-winning produces. Come to the Festival and check out Utah Artisan Tasting area to sample their specialties. The Utah Artisan Tasting area will be located at the top of Main Street.
Produced locally right downtown near Liberty Park. They’re made with fresh, ripe fruit, organic cane sugar and lemon juice, in traditional copper jam pans.
Gluten-free, preservative-free, and completely vegan Indo-Persian Cuisine.
Dana Brewster and Mark DelVecchio have owned Millcreek Cacao Roasters for one year. Dana has owned and operated Millcreek Coffee for twenty years. Millcreek Cacao Roasters uses a pure heritage cacao called Arriba Nacional which is grown in shaded cacao farms in Ecuador’s coastal lowlands.
Venessa Dobson is a native New Yorker and Michael Dobson is a native to Utah. Each of their experiences as world travelers played a major part in starting Pop Art. All of the corn and some of the spices they use are organic, their oils are GMO free and the cheese flavors use rBST free cheese.
Artisan breads locally produced with local hands using locally sourced ingredients. We are on a mission to “Keeping Utah crusty!” Here is what we are currently baking: Italian style baguette with olive oil and sea salt, bouille with roasted yam and molasses, potato and olive oil foccacia with fresh herbs, citrus and herbs de provence, Wasatch beer bread, chocolate chipotle, and everything bread. We bake in the afternoon to provide you with fresh bread in the evening. Our stick breads come fresh out of the oven at 3:30pm except Sunday and Tuesday.
European artisan cheeses handcrafted from the famous French Lacaune, East Freesian and Icelandic dairy sheep breeds grazed on high mountain pastures in the heart of ski country in Eden, Utah.