Old Fashioned Ogden Eats: Bisqusitos
Nov24

Old Fashioned Ogden Eats: Bisqusitos

Leo and Eginia Archuleta have lived in Utah since 1950, where they fell in love with the mountains and a nice home in Clinton. Before moving to Utah, they lived in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. It was in Colorado that Leo and Eginia met, over paper – as pen pals. “He wrote me and I accepted to meet him,” Eginia simply recalled. Hill Air Force Base brought the Archuleta’s to Utah, where Leo was a maintenance worker on missiles. Eginia...

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Old Fashion Ogden Eats: Easy Blueberry Dessert
Sep12

Old Fashion Ogden Eats: Easy Blueberry Dessert

Natalie Kidman, current resident at Legacy House of Ogden and resident of South Ogden for more than 60 years, shares her simply delicious blueberry dessert in this edition of Old Fashioned Ogden Eats. There are many recipes that resident Natalie loved to make and that others rave about. Out of them all, she decided to share this dessert because it’s one that may be fun to make with kids or that can be easily impressive for a dinner...

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Old Fashioned Ogden Eats
Jun26

Old Fashioned Ogden Eats

A local senior living home in Ogden, Utah holds a plethora of old fashioned recipes, waiting to be discovered or maybe revisited. The residents at Legacy House of Ogden, an assisted living and memory care community, have years of experience in the kitchen and secret recipes that will start unfolding here on Indie Ogden, once a month. “Our retirement community has deep roots in Ogden, because of the dear residents we have the...

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Indie Ogden Spotlight- Mason Jar Coffee Roasters
Jan11

Indie Ogden Spotlight- Mason Jar Coffee Roasters

This slideshow requires JavaScript. As a freelance writer, I spend a lot of time hanging out in local coffee shops and I can attest that Ogden has a pretty impressive variety of great places to get a cup of Joe. Whether you’re looking for a simple brew, a specialty latte, or even the perfect cup of herbal tea, even the most selective coffee drinker is sure to find her bliss in O-town. But if you are a true coffee enthusiast, it’s only...

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Indie Ogden Review: Ogden Nurse Midwives
Feb01

Indie Ogden Review: Ogden Nurse Midwives

Ogden Nurse Midwives From the moment a woman finds two pink lines, or a plus sign, or the word pregnant on that plastic stick, she begins to think about the changes that are needed in her life. Then the questions come: Should I eat sushi? Can I take aspirin for this headache? (And when I was pregnant with my first baby) In order to be on the safe side should I just lie in bed for nine months and hope that everything turns out okay?...

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