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Even Stevens Sandwich Shop, St George, Utah

Even Stevens Sandwiches
471 St. George Blvd.
St. George, Utah

'tis the season of giving...

I drove passed Even Stevens on St. George Blvd at lunch time, the parking lot was packed. I am so grateful that we live in a community where people love to eat & help each other.

This is the sandwich shop with a mission. Eat to Give!

For every sandwich you buy, they will donate one sandwich (a voucher of sorts) to one of the three shelters and food bank in St. George. 

Is that awesome or what?

I love it.

Not only that, but I have been privileged to try one of their very tasty sandwiches. It was a Pot Roast Dip. It was actually turkey and it had this sweet pepper jelly on it. The bread was nice and toasty but not like a dry toast, it was definitely fried and it came with au jus and a pickle spear. It was delicious!

I am eager to try out more of their selections. Really good food - with a cause! I love it. Love it. LOVE!

When I did my visiting teaching this month, I didn't come prepared with a sp…

Christmas Lights worth seeing in St. George and beyond!

According to Hedgehog Electric, this is the must see list for Christmas lights in Southwestern Utah.

See map here for route! Thanks to my sister for finding me these links!

There is one newer spot to browse Christmas lights and that is at the new Desert Garden up on Red Hills Parkway next to Pioneer Park aka Dixie Rock!

Okay, that's about all I have to say about that.

One more thing, The Christmas lights display at Town Square at Main and Tabernacle are awesome... much better than at the Temple. I was a little disappointed with how few lights they had up at the temple... but I guess the temple makes up for it by having a nativity presentation and all those cool things you can do inside the visitor center....

which brings up a childhood memory.

When I was a kid, I lived on the corner of  400 S 700 E right across from East Elementary school and Dixie College. My siblings and I used to ride our bikes down to the visitor center. (of course back then the visitor center was on the north east …