Blue Lemon Joins Utah Adoption Exchange For Donation Drive
SANDY, Utah – For those looking to make a difference this holiday season, another option is at Blue Lemon.
The restaurant is joining in on a donation drive for the Utah Adoption Exchange.
KSL TV’s adventure specialists Trace Worthington and Sean Smith headed to Sandy to find out more.
“I’m making a mess more than anything else back here,” Sean said from the kitchen.
Sean was joined by Chef Todd, who was cooking up breakfast.
“We change our menu twice a year,” Chef Todd said as he cooked up sausage, hashbrowns and eggs. “This is from our winter menu. It’s just a great American breakfast.”
He said helping out the Utah Adoption Exchange is all a part of Blue Lemon’s culture.
“We want to share with the community a great opportunity this time of year to be able to give back,” he said.
The restaurant will be offering the maple glazed chicken on Friday, and 50 percent of those sales will be donated to the Utah Adoption Exchange.
Chef Todd showed Trace and Sean what was going into the special dish, which includes coating the chicken in pure maple syrup.
You can bring items to Blue Lemon to be donated to the Utah Adoption Exchange. Needed items include children’s clothing, underwear, socks, pants, sweaters, coats, shoes, toys and blankets. The items will need to be new.
There are donation bins at all five locations of Blue Lemon — Farmington, Cottonwood Heights, City Creek, Sandy and Highland — through Friday. For more information, go to bluelemon.com.
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