Season's eatings in Salt Lake

The town's full of tempting food shops―you just need to know where to look

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Bakers Cash & Carry. WHAT: No-frills industrial space that's the go-to source for bricks of fine European and American chocolates, flavoring essences and oils, candymaking tools and molds, and everything you need for fancy cake baking. WHEN: 9-6 Mon-Fri, 9-1 Sat. WHERE: 367 W. Paxton Ave.; 801/487-3300.

Rico Mexican Market. WHAT: Fresh tamales, burritos, salsas, tortillas, and special entrées for busy nights or parties; traditional Mexican candies, art, decorations, and piñatas too. WHEN: 10-6 Mon-Sat. WHERE: 779 South 500 East; 801/533-9923.

Xocolate. WHAT: Fine handmade chocolates and hand-dipped fruits, from plump strawberries to dried mango. And don't miss the buttery English toffee, conveniently packaged for gift giving. Xocolate also serves exceptional hot cocoa and espresso drinks. WHEN: 10-7 Mon-Thu, 10-9 Fri-Sat. WHERE: 863 East 700 South; 801/487-2802.

Liberty Heights Fresh. WHAT: Purchase fine oils and vinegars, farmstead cheeses, organic produce, olives, and almost any specialty food item you can imagine. WHEN: Open daily. WHERE: 1242 South 1100 East; 801/467-2434.

SEE: Horne Fine Art. WHAT: Take a retail break: Moving Inside is a show of original paintings and drawings inspired by the change of seasons. WHEN: 12-6 Wed-Sat through Dec 24. WHERE: 142 East 800 South; www.hornefineart.com or 801/533-4200.

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