This week’s recipe comes from the deep corners of my pantry and fridge. Let’s be honest, we all experience those moments when you feel like there is absolutely “nothing” to eat in the house. I came up with this recipe one evening when I had nothing to make for dinner and was too lazy to go grocery shopping or order takeout. My kitchen happened to be stocked with a box of pasta, lemons, garlic, and parmesan cheese. Put these all together and voila, you have a quick and yummy dish.
Families of all ages are invited to this magical 90-minute production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Admission is FREE to the public. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy theater under the stars (blanket seating near the front of the stage and lawn chair seating farther back).
Faced with the dilemma on what to make for dinner earlier this week, I stumbled across a recipe I hadn’t made since cooking school. I remembered this dish being absolutely delicious yet relatively simple. With most of the ingredients (despite a few exotic elements) in my fridge and pantry, this North African classic was on its way to the rescue.
This week’s recipe is meant specifically for a couple occasions we all encounter. For example, that awkward moment when your neighbor, friend, or in-law has a get together and you foolishly offer or get suckered into bringing something.
Help bring the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships to St. George! St. George has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to host the 2021 Ironman 70.3 World Championship race. Ironman has been on a worldwide search for the right venue and St. George has been chosen as 1 of 2 finalists.
Start the season with a bang! The Red Rock Rampage is known for unique and challenging mountain bike trails, breathtaking scenery, and good ol’ dirty fun, and will take place all day on Saturday, March 30. Challenge yourself on this fantastic course and enjoy the great spring weather of Southern Utah. This beautiful course consists of a seven-mile loop with 455 feet of elevation gain.
Without getting into the technicalities of pancakes, and believe me when I say there are many different types of pancakes from all over the world, a Swedish pancake is a variation of pancake with Nordic origins that is very similar to a crepe. Who doesn’t love Scandinavian pastries and French Crepes?! Instead of pulling out the old Bisquick box that has been in the pantry for 5+ years, how about trying this week’s recipe that is sure to be a pancake favorite and maybe even a new tradition.
World music aficionados, unite! Extasis brings to life the beautiful sounds of Argentine tango music. The brilliant trio ensemble of Evan Orman on bandoneon, Claude Sim, viola, and Michael Tilley on piano will showcase popular Argentine tango composers including Astor Piazzolla, Rosa Melo Di Piuma, and Armando Pontier.
The curtain rises. Charley and Jack are in love with Amy and Kitty, but Amy’s about to go away. How fortuitous! Charley’s Aunt Donna Lucia is coming to lunch, so she can chaperone and Charley will be able to propose. But when Donna Lucia is late, who other than their friend Babbs dresses up to pretend to be Charley’s Aunt. Got it? Great! This show promises to be exciting, full of love, mistaken identity and laughs for all.
As part of our new SunRiver website, we're announcing a few major changes to the structure of our blogs. As of March 2018, all SunRiver blog posts will be published under the umbrella of Bucketlist Living.
When it comes to comfort food, breakfast reins supreme. The idea that sugar, butter, and starches are socially accepted as a meal uplifts my spirits. Or maybe it’s just the feeling of eating food after a long slumber that is most comforting.
Sylvia—A Hilarious Play About a Man, A Dog and A Midlife Crisis! Greg and Kate have recently moved to New York City from the ‘burbs after becoming empty nesters. Greg—who’s suffering through a mid-life crisis—meets a stray dog, Sylvia, in the park, and becomes hopelessly smitten. When he brings her home, Greg’s wife, Kate, is “less than enthusiastic.”
The Dixie Quilt Guild encourages, promotes and preserves the art of quilt making. Through Guild activities we make friends with others who share our fascination with this art form, add to our knowledge of techniques, improve our skills, find solutions for challenges, and accomplishments.