Get Ready For Take-Off: Wine Tasting Flight School at ACI

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Posted on: September 2nd, 2015

Ch-Ch-Cha-Changes!

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Posted on: August 28th, 2015

Delicious Destinations for the week of 08/24/2015

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Posted on: August 23rd, 2015

Restaurants

Arizona Culinary Institute's Jim Baker

The Dining Room Master Now Welcomes You to du Jour Restaurant at the Arizona Culinary Institute

Posted on: July 23rd, 2015

Arizona Culinary Institute Proudly Welcomes Jim Baker as its Newest Culinary Instructor Arizona Culinary Institute’s on campus du Jour Restaurant is already renown in the valley of the sun for its gastronomic excellence and impeccable service from the school’s next generation of outstanding chefs, but with the addition of Jim Baker, the French fine... Read More
Hot Dogs on the grill

Hot Diggity Dog! It’s National Hot Dog Month!

Posted on: July 19th, 2015

No matter who you are you have certainly. on one occasion or another, embraced the simplicity of a hot dog. This hand held treat can be mainstream with a little mustard or crazy messy and full of flavor like in an Arizona favorite like the Sonoran Dog. There are so many ways to dress... Read More
Sanctuary Bartender Brawl

Bar Brawl Series at Jade Bar

Posted on: July 19th, 2015

If you have been out and about lately, you’ve probably noticed that restaurants have really been elevating their cocktail offerings. Diners are becoming more and more interested in the story and creativity of their menu options; a gin and tonic is just not cutting it anymore. Our local mixologists are some of the best... Read More
Different Pointe of View Summer Menu Series

Summer Menu Series: Different Pointe of View

Posted on: June 30th, 2015

If you’ve never dined at Different Pointe of View you are missing out on not only one of the bet restaurants in the Valley but one that also features some of the best scenic views of Phoenix. The restaurant is situated 1,800 feet above the city and they are presenting Valley diners with a... Read More

Food & Drink

Flying Leap Graciano

Flying Leap Vineyards: Graciano that’s a real treat

Posted on: August 30th, 2015

Most wine drinkers who are fascinated with the exploration of grape varietals will eventually get around to the beloved Graciano grape.  Simply put, this Spanish grape is Tempranillo’s darker, bolder cousin!  So if you like ‘em tall, dark and deep, you can be thankful that many American wineries feel the same way about this... Read More
Changes_Healthy Food

Ch-Ch-Cha-Changes!

Posted on: August 28th, 2015

Life is funny; crazy exciting at times and stressful and gruesome at times. The last year and a half has been an intense roller coaster for me, full of changes: My sweet friend Amy moved to Oklahoma I took on a new job within the company that I had worked at for about 2... Read More

Kitchen

Classic Hostess Double Glass Chalkboard Beverage Dispensers

How to add some major class to your next party with Classic Hostess

Posted on: August 21st, 2015

The end of the summer always puts me in the mood for a celebration. School is back in session and my husband and my birthdays are mid-August; all great reasons to celebrate. This summer I also made the decision to leave my “day job” and with that combined with our birthdays, my husband and... Read More
5 Tips to create an Efficient Kitchen

5 Tips to Create an Efficient Kitchen

Posted on: June 15th, 2015

Kitchens are often the heart of a home as the hub of food preparation and social activity. It’s where the kids enjoy after-school snacks or where you invite guests for a cup of tea. Kitchens get a lot of foot-traffic because they are so versatile. But they also grow disorganized with daily use. Spend... Read More
Moles & Mezcal

SOL Cocina: Inaugural Moles & Mezcal Festival April 22nd to April 30th, 2015

Posted on: April 22nd, 2015

Whatever you do, don’t miss the inaugural Moles & Mezcal Festival at SOL Cocina at the Scottsdale Quarter. It starts Wednesday April 22nd and goes through Thursday April 30th. The festival takes place with the release of SOL Cocina Executive Chef Deborah Schneider’s newest cookbook, Salsas and Moles. From 5 pm to 10 pm guests can... Read More
Chef Ducas Beer Can Smoked Chicken

Chef’s Table: Lon’s Executive Chef James Ducas

Posted on: March 31st, 2015

Executive Chef James Ducas, of Lon’s at the Hermosa Inn, has an intense passion for all things Arizona. Now, I realize that he is not a native, and has technically only been in the Valley since 2007, but that doesn’t negate the focus and care that he puts into the food he creates at... Read More

Events

Vivo! Ristorante

Delicious Destinations for the week of 08/24/2015

Posted on: August 23rd, 2015

The summer is coming to an end and the heat and routine of the beginning of a new school year coupled with the last fleeting memories of your epic summer vacation can lead to boredom or a tiny touch of laziness. Don’t be defeated by the heat, check out these delicious destinations that are sure... Read More
Zach Garcias Ego Dinner

Zach Garcia’s Ego Project: Zappone Takeover

Posted on: July 28th, 2015

It’s a very special thing when one can take a passion and turn it into a career, if even for one night. At 6pm on August 30th, Zach Garcia will do just that with what he is calling his Ego Dinner. Zach Garcia is a self-described avid eater, home cook, diner-outer and food nerd... Read More

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