Utah Food Festival

Utah Food Festival

Indulge your taste buds at the Utah Food Festival on May 4th and 5th at NHMU, a celebration of our region's rich culinary heritage, spanning from ancient ancestral foods to contemporary delicacies. Guests can sample and shop an array of tantalizing flavors from local artisans, delve into delicious workshops led by culinary experts, and enrich their knowledge of food history with insightful lessons.

Workshops are hosted by our amazing partners at Harmons, Caputos, Caffe Ibis, Prime Corn, and Wasatch Community Gardens. They sell out fast, so register soon by following the links below.

The festival will also feature Scientists in the Spotlight, an Oolitic Sand Experience, a Kid's Drop Off Zone, a Dino Diner Activity Zone, and Food of Utah Gallery Tours! Museum scientists will also present talks on topics such as Fermented Foods and Fungal Delights, Harvesting the City: The Case for Urban Foraging, Importance of Getting Lunch in Human Evolution, and the Four Corners Potato: The 10,000-year-old Utah Food.

The festival is included with regular Museum admission, and is free for Museum Members and University of Utah faculty, staff, and students. Admission can sell out so we encourage you to reserve tickets in advance. 

Workshops require an additional fee and seats are limited. Register by following the links below.

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