Finally. Real, quality food writing arrives on the pages of Utah's major newspaper:
MIDWAY - Let's be clear: Tarahumara (tah-rah-oo-mah-rah) isn't a dive. If its obscurity classifies it as a hole-in-the-wall, then it's a pretty hole in a pretty wall. It exists in a town with few dining options; most of them aren't very good. But what makes the restaurant stand out even more is that it serves food that fills the belly and struts a lot of bold flavor, yet doesn't price itself out of the range of budget eaters and locals who bring along the whole family. On any given day, Spanish and English chatter fills the dining area. (Read the entire article here)
Now I have a hankering for ceviche.