Local Food Lab: Anny Sooksri
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Anny Sooksri introduces us to a popular Thai dish: papaya salad. She will demonstrate two versions: one for the more sensitive palette and one for those who can handle a lot of heat.
This is a virtual event. When you RSVP we'll send you the ingredient list and recipes!
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Aldine “Al” Grossi is passionate about two things in life: music & good food. To fans of radio station KRCL, Aldine is known as the Punk Rock Farmer, a head-banging nod to his early years as a Salt Lake City punk rocker. Aldine introduces us to one of the most prolific urban farms in SLC: Wasatch Community Gardens’ Green Phoenix Farm, which empowers Utahns to grow their own organic, local food.
Local Food Lab| Anny Sooksri | Interview Video
- Laura Durham
Laura Durham is the Community Engagement Manager for PBS Utah, curating projects and planning events that utilize local and national media content to bring Utahns together through entertainment and meaningful dialogue. She also produces Contact, a nightly interview program hosted by Mary Dickson. While at PBS Utah, she has served as Chair for the Community Engagement Peer Learning Community for NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association) from 2016 – 2020 and currently serves on the board of the Utah Cultural Alliance Foundation. In 2020, she was appointed by her peers to serve on the PBS Advisory Board as the staff representative. Prior to her time at PBS Utah, Laura worked at the Utah Division of Arts & Museums managing the visual arts program, and later directing communications, marketing, and public value projects for Utah’s arts and museums programming. A dedicated (nerdy) public servant, she served the local community in various capacities with her role as Vice President of the Salt Lake Gallery Association, Program Director for the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll, and as an active member of the Downtown Alliance. She has presented at the Utah Museum Association Conference in Salt Lake City and The Business of Art Conference in Kanab. When she’s not working for or watching PBS, she sings alto with Utah Chamber Artists – a professional choir based in Salt Lake City. She is a published writer having written regularly for 15 Bytes – Utah’s Art Magazine. Laura lives in Salt Lake City and lives for her work and passions.
- Anny Sooksri
Anny Sooksri from Thailand moved to Utah 19 years ago and now owns three Utah restaurants Chabaar Beyond Thai, Tea Rose Diner and Siam Noodle Bar.
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