There’s nothing like cookies fresh from the oven. Nobody knows this better than RubySnap’s owner, Tami Steggell. And she is passionate about them. Especially those that feature distinctive and unique flavor combinations. Tami joins our hosts Chef Lesli Sommerdorf and Brandon Young in the latest episode of the Taste of Harmons Podcast.
RubySnap is a past winner of our Local Development Grant. And we are thrilled to work with Tami and company, selling delicious frozen cookies that you take home and bake yourself.
You’ll want to listen as Tami shares her fascinating journey into cookie baking and also learn just how she comes up with her unique, creative flavors.
Check out this video from when RubySnap were awarded one of our Local Development Grants in 2016.
Tami Steggell is the founder of RubySnap Bakery in Salt Lake City, where fresh cookies abound in creatively distinctive flavor combinations. She is originally from Arizona but spent much of her life in the Middle East and traveling Europe and Asia. Tami has a degree in architectural design from Brigham Young University, and spent 15 years in that industry. She is now running the successful RubySnap company, which has steadily grown from year to year. Her brand is fashioned after the WWII era and an idealism of yesteryear. At that time, fresh food meant cooking from crops in season and enjoying the full flavor experience of real ingredients.
At Harmons, we’re lucky to have incredibly talented artists at each store, and we’re sure you’ve seen their amazing chalk art as you wander throughout every location. We’re excited to be able to feature some of their work on our podcast blog. The the second picture in this post is by Alex Tingey of our Taylorsville location.