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Tony Morales creates a 3 course meal at Posh Restaurant on October 4th

Posted on: September 29th, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Monday, October 4th, Tony Morales (long-time foodie, BBQ genius and all-around funny guy, with a hint of “snarcasm”) will be flexing his culinary muscles at Posh Restaurant, creating a 3 course meal for “Chef 4 a Night” priced at $29. Founder and creator of Desert Smoke BBQ, once you’ve tried the sauce, you’ll know... Read More

Taste of the Nation Re-cap

Posted on: September 28th, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Sunday, September 26th, Taste of the Nation was held at Sanctuary, to benefit hungry children in America. 100% of ticket sales went to support Share Our Strength’s efforts to end childhood hunger. Guests were invited to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail reception and silent auction, and later be seated for a 5-course dinner with wine... Read More

Weekend Guide September 24th-26th

Posted on: September 21st, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Planning ahead for this weekend’s festivities? We’ve outlined some of the valley’s weekend events and menu specials that caught our eye, to make it a little easier. Here’s our Weekend Guide for September 24th -26th, Friday through Sunday… Enjoy! Friday, September 24th Dinner Hours – Arizona Restaurant Week (September 18th- 26th) Participating restaurants will... Read More

Events and happenings at The Farm at South Mountain

Posted on: September 16th, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Tuesday, September 7th, The Farm at South Mountain re-opened its gates for the season and announced: Truffled eggs, Belgian waffles, farm garden sandwiches and seasonal salads have made a comeback at The Farm again! New art will be featured at the artist studio and cottage as well as an Italian donut stand opening in... Read More

Over 30 area restaurants set to participate in TASTE Chandler’s Culinary Festival 2010

Posted on: September 16th, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Saturday, October 2nd, 32 area restaurants will be showcasing their best bites and beverages at TASTE Chandler’s Culinary Festival 2010. The event will take place in Historic Downtown Chandler from 6pm to 10pm at AJ Chandler Park (3 S. San Marcos Place), between Arizona Ave. and Buffalo St. Portions of event’s proceeds will benefit... Read More

Einstein’s Review: My name isn’t Dave

Posted on: September 13th, 2010 by Amy Martin 3 Comments

One morning, much like every other morning, I found myself without breakfast and needing a quick pick-me-up. Einstein’s, at 7th street and McDowell was on my path and a bagel sounded delish. I ordered the Nova Lox on an Everything Bagel. The Nova Lox breaks down as: Sliced lox (cold smoked salmon), plain schmear,... Read More

Sweet Republic in Scottsdale: all-natural, artisan ice cream that’ll knock your socks off

Posted on: September 13th, 2010 by Amy Martin 1 Comment

Sweet Republic has gotten a lot of hype lately and there’s no question why. Their artisan ice cream beats any we’ve tried. We know that’s a bold statement, but it’s true. Sweet Republic’s ice cream is handcrafted and made with all natural ingredients; no artificial flavors or colors are used. Ice cream is made... Read More

Taste of the Nation Culinary Event Fights Childhood Hunger on Sept. 26th

Posted on: September 12th, 2010 by Amy Martin 1 Comment

September 26th, at Sanctuary Resort & Spa, Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation hosts its 22nd annual culinary event. Eleven of the valley’s finest chefs and restaurants will prepare an exquisite meal, each based on a different region of the country, for guests of the event. Proceeds (100% of ticket sales) benefit Share Our Strength, a... Read More

Blue Wasabi offers new, unique roll: Swimming with the Fishes

Posted on: September 8th, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Last week, I had the opportunity to try Blue Wasabi’s new roll, Swimming with the Fishes, at the Scottsdale location. The roll was released the last week of August and was offered free, for a short time, for anyone who had participated in their recent “name our new roll” contest. As soon as I arrived,... Read More

Recap: 2010 Phoenix Cooks! Food Festival

Posted on: September 8th, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Sandwiches, pasta, wine, dessert, wine, chocolates, salads, wine, pastries… did we mention wine? The 2010 Phoenix Cooks event, held on Saturday, September 4th 2010, was spectacular and worth every penny of the ticket price! So many fantastic chefs and restaurants exhibited and showcased their best offerings. Our “Top 5” most delicious samples at Phoenix Cooks: 1. Braised... Read More

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