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Giving Back: Chef Zane Participates in Taste of Wasatch

Giving Back: Chef Zane Participates in Taste of Wasatch

Executive Chef Zane Holmquist, a Utah native, is passionate about giving back to the community. For 13 years he has represented Stein Eriksen Lodge at various charity events locally and nationally. Most recently, Chef Zane and his team donated their time at the 14th Annual Taste of the Wasatch event at Solitude Resort. Steins along with more than 50 local restaurants, wineries, breweries, and food... »

Mud, Sweat and Cheers: A Park City Tradition

Mud, Sweat and Cheers: A Park City Tradition

Consider yourself a mountain biker or a foodie?  Then grab your bike and your wine glass and head up to Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley for the fourth annual Mud, Sweat, and Cheers from 10a – 1p on Friday, July 6th as part of the Park City Food & Wine Classic.  You do not have to be an expert on your bike to participate.  The group will break into smaller groups based upon ability. Don’t own y... »

Veggie U Food & Wine Classic

Veggie U Food & Wine Classic

My passion for community involvement is as strong as my passion for creating mouthwatering masterpieces. I take all the programs I participate in very seriously and am involved in programs I feel truly make a difference. It is my great pleasure to participate in the Annual Veggie U Food & Wine Celebration again this summer. The event is this Saturday, July 16, 2011, on the grounds of  The Culi... »

8th Annual Food & Wine Celebration to benefit Veggie U

8th Annual Food & Wine Celebration to benefit Veggie U

On July 17, 2010, Chef Zane and 30 of the top chefs from around the country are converging on Ohio to attend the 8th Annual Veggie U Food & Wine Celebration. Why? Because it benefits an organization solely focused on helping kids become healthy adults…Veggie U!  Veggie U, a not-for-profit organization at the Culinary Vegetable Institute, is committed to fostering a synergy between educat... »