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Studio Vino Hosts Wine Tasting to Benefit Casting for Recovery

Posted on: September 29th, 2011 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

Casting for Recovery is a unique and inspiring organization. Founded in Manchester, Vermont in 1996 by a breast cancer reconstructive surgeon and a professional fly fisher, Casting for Recovery quickly morphed from a grassroots group to a nation-wide program assisting and inspiring thousands of women. The organization provides cancer survivors one weekend, free from stress... Read More

Rico’s Hosts Oktoberfest Beer Dinner on October 6th

Posted on: September 29th, 2011 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

I have had a long love affair with beer, of all shades and origins. Most of my friends (and my husband) would prefer a nice glass of wine to accompany a meal – but I have always been and remain a beer lover. I also love a good charity event that partners up with... Read More

Wendy’s Hosts Complimentary Preview of New Urban Design on September 29

Posted on: September 28th, 2011 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

Of all of the big fast food restaurants in the Valley, when my family wants a quick and tasty drive-thru treat, more often than not we opt for Wendy’s. We like the fresh flavors as well as the frequent menu updates and additions. Get ready for a new look from Wendy’s. They are rolling... Read More

Bobble: An Eco-Friendly Alternative for Bottled Water

Posted on: September 28th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

Ever used a Bobble? Bobble, created by Move Collective, is a patented, reusable water bottle that filters water as you drink. Its unique design removes chlorine and organic contaminants from tap water, reducing the need for plastic bottle waste. Americans spend over $15 billion every year on bottled water. Most plastic bottles are discarded... Read More

Northstar Merlot: Perfect with Roasts

Posted on: September 25th, 2011 by Tom Peiffer 1 Comment

One of the best entrees for large gatherings is the classic beef roast.  No matter what the cut, if it has been broiled or roasted, the flavors are unbeatable.  Picking a wine that is goes along with it can be tricky because many cabernet sauvignons are a little too big and bold for beef... Read More

New Restaurant: Bar en Gril Open in Gilbert

Posted on: September 22nd, 2011 by Amy Martin 1 Comment

There’s a new restaurant in Gilbert on the southwest corner of Val Vista Drive and Elliot Road: Bar en Gril. Product of Aaron Lopo, the restaurant’s mission is to pair an everyday family-friendly dining environment with classic bar food, and of course, to offer the neighborhood a comfortable spot for sports-watching. Aaron has planned... Read More

Adams Media Offers Free Cookbook eBook Through September 24th

Posted on: September 20th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

To celebrate the change of seasons (the first official day of autumn is September 23rd), Adams Media is offering the The EVERYTHING Soup, Stew, and Chili Cookbook eBook by Belinda Hulin for free through September 24th. The free cookbook offers over 300 recipes of inexpensive, warm, comforting meals straight from the stovetop. Recipes include:... Read More

Different Pointe of View Hosts Insider’s View Winemaker Dinner on September 21

Posted on: September 19th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

Continuing their Insider’s View Dinner Series, Different Pointe of View –one of my favorite restaurants- is hosting another installment of the series on September 21st. Designed as an intimate dining experience for guests, the dinner is limited to 12-14 guests and includes a four course meal prepared tableside by Chef Anthony DeMuro in the... Read More

Say ‘Yes’ to Chimis

Posted on: September 19th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

Did you know that 33 out of 50 states have at least one official state food, but Arizona doesn’t (yet)? To put Arizona on the state food map, Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen is helping to launch a campaign to vote the chimichanga as Arizona’s official state food: the “Check Yes for Chimi!” campaign. Macayo’s Mexican... Read More

In Season at Seasons 52

Posted on: September 18th, 2011 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

On Tuesday, September 20th, Seasons 52 is switching up their menu to reflect the autumnal offerings. You can guarantee that you will find the greatest the season has to offer, served up with pleasing presentation and a laundry list of health benefits. Did you know that nothing on the menu is over 475 calories?!... Read More

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