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Utah Valley Foodie Out to eat in Utah County. Great food does exist! Pages Home Purpose Directory Restaurant Photography Thursday, August 21, 2014 O Falafel in Salt Lake City (Sugar House), Utah Favorite: Basil Labaneh ($6.45): Yogurt reduced to soft cheese blended with basil and olive oil. Falafel: ($6.45) Gril
HomeAboutRecipe IndexMeal PlanningFree E BookContactYou are here: Home / Family / Provo Food AdventuresProvo Food AdventuresApril 9, 2011 by Leigh Anne 15 CommentsAs I mentioned before I spent a few days in Provo, Utah last week visiting my three Utah kids. Because several of you have asked I am sharing my Provo Food
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gordy(gordy)blog Skip to content HomeContact this foolI’m Gordy (Gordy) Search for: THE ULTIMATE PROVO FOOD BLOG August 23, 2015December 3, 2015 gordy When I found out I was leaving Provo, I knew there were a couple friends I needed to say goodbye to (and by “friends,” I mean “foods,” and by “say goodb