"America is a national melting pot that celebrates a diverse landscape of cultures and histories. In Utah, we are lucky to share in a rich tapestry of immigrant diversity for all manner of reasons—from the pursuit of education or prosperity to family and safety concerns. This tapestry comes to life every Saturday at the Downtown Farmers Market." Continue reading story here.
ARGENTINA’S BEST EMPANADAS: CLC CRAFT FOOD
"For Ana Valdemoros, food has always been a gateway to adventure. A native of Argentina, Valdemoros developed a fond attachment to the empanada, a savory hand pie that can be stuffed with all manner of tasty fillings. “Empanadas were something that I loved to make for myself and friends,” Valdemoros says." Continue reading story here.
SALT LAKE CITY UNVEILS REMODELED CULINARY INCUBATOR KITCHEN
"Salt Lake City restaurateurs have some new hope after an incubator kitchen opened its doors in the Poplar Grove area. It’s called the Square Kitchen, and it’s been a project eight years in the making. The kitchen is fully furnished to provide space for cooking large meals for cooks, caterers, food truck operators, and young restaurateurs." Continue reading the story here.
SALT LAKE 'INCUBATOR KITCHEN' WILL HELP LOCAL SMALL FOOD BUSINESSES GET OFF THE GROUND
"When Ana Valdemoros finished her degree in city planning, she began an internship. But, like many new post-grads, she still needed to find a way to pay the rent. So she put a skill she learned as a child to use, making empanadas and selling them at farmers' markets." Continue reading the story here.
IMMIGRANT FROM ARGENTINA, LOCAL ENTREPRENEUR, PICKED TO FILL SALT LAKE CITY'S VACANT COUNCIL SEAT
"Analia Valdemoros ... got a vote of approval from all six council members ...." Continue reading the story here.
VIVIÓ 13 AÑOS EN RÍO GRANDE Y AHORA ES CONCEJAL EN ESTADOS UNIDOS
"Llegó de Córdoba a Río Grande a los 5 años y terminó la secundaria en la ciudad riograndense. Hoy es concejal del estado de Utah." Continue reading the story here.
DONOVAN MITCHELL GETS A BRIDGE NAMED AFTER HIM IN SALT LAKE CITY
"Valdemoros, who credited Mitchell for often being the first player off the bench to cheer on teammates when he's not playing, won't even mind if her husband keeps yelling at the TV at home."Donovan, you inspire us with your kindness, your loyalty and how freely and unselfishly you give up yourself to our community," she said. "Thank you, and keep the hammer dunks coming." Continue reading the story here.
COMMENTARY: TIME FOR A MILLENNIAL LATINA IMMIGRANT ON THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL
"About five months ago, Councilwoman Ana Valdemoros took the oath of office as the first Latina in Salt Lake City’s history to become a City Council member. Although 21 well-qualified candidates submitted applications expressing their interests in the position...." Continue reading the story here.