Darby Doyle

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Darby Doyle is a typical Utah housewife. But to be clear, the definition only applies if the housewife you imagine home-brews on the regular, wrangles chickens and kids, makes charcuterie from the game meat she just 'brought in', and ends the day with a smokin' cocktail party for a few dozen of her closest friends. Darby's a professional historian, recovering archeologist, freelance writer, and the delicious mind behind "A Bourbon Gal in Utah" (a blog about cocktails, cookery, and domestic bad-assert written from her tiny SLC kitchen). She also happens to be our in-house gourmand and after-hours mixologist. She's been referred to as "a refreshing paradox of vulgarity and southern charm." Read any one of her fact-filled and sassy stories and you'll get the message.
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Meat, Your Maker | Creminelli
Darby Doyle
Businesses + Events
Meat, Your Maker | Creminelli
4/7/2017 | Darby Doyle
What the Oscars are for film, or a Grammy awards excellence in music, the Specialty Food Association “sofi” award goes to the best of the best in the gourmet food world. In 2013, Cristiano Creminelli brought this golden statue [it really does look a bit like an Oscar, but wearing a chef’s toque]...
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Cocktails 101 | Cafe Brulot
Kerri Fukui
Restaurants + Cocktails
Cocktails 101 | Cafe Brulot
4/6/2017 | Darby Doyle
Leave it to New Orleans restaurateurs to invent a drink all about outrageous and potentially dangerous spectacle. Combining caffeine and liquor with citrus and aromatics then set on fire, the Café Brûlot embraces all that’s grand, garish, and glam about The Big Easy. After all, this is the town s...
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Cocktails 101 | Arsenic + Old Lace
Kerri Fukui
Restaurants + Cocktails
Cocktails 101 | Arsenic + Old Lace
4/6/2017 | Darby Doyle
There’s a classy retro vibe we’re sensing this spring. Shaking off the winter scruff and coming out fresh-faced and glossily-coiffed. Think Cary Grant and Grace Kelly in their heyday, with all of their iconographic polished-yet-breezy warmth. Makes us wish for lush, dark, velvet-lined speakeasy n...
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