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14 days of recipes for Valentine’s Day: Day 4 The Love Bite

Posted on: February 4th, 2012 by Amy Martin 1 Comment

No matter if you’re coupled up or single, we’re pretty sure you’ll still be hungry for some sweet treats no matter if you choose to celebrate the love-filled holiday or not. Who would pass up all that chocolate? Not us. Throughout the 14 days leading up to the big day of hearts, kisses, and... Read More

14 days of recipes for Valentine’s Day: Day 3 Oven Roast Chicken

Posted on: February 3rd, 2012 by Amy Martin 1 Comment

No matter if you’re coupled up or single, we’re pretty sure you’ll still be hungry for some sweet treats no matter if you choose to celebrate the love-filled holiday or not. Who would pass up all that chocolate? Not us. Throughout the 14 days leading up to the big day of hearts, kisses, and... Read More

14 days of recipes for Valentine’s Day: Day 2 Valentini Cocktail

Posted on: February 2nd, 2012 by Amy Martin No Comments

No matter if you’re coupled up or single, we’re pretty sure you’ll still be hungry for some sweet treats no matter if you choose to celebrate the love-filled holiday or not. Who would pass up all that chocolate? Not us. Throughout the 14 days leading up to the big day of hearts, kisses, and... Read More

14 days of recipes for Valentine’s Day: Day 1 Olive Oil and Lemon Curd Cake

Posted on: February 1st, 2012 by Amy Martin No Comments

No matter if you’re coupled up or single, we’re pretty sure you’ll still be hungry for some sweet treats no matter if you choose to celebrate the love-filled holiday or not. Who would pass up all that chocolate? Not us. Throughout the 14 days leading up to the big day of hearts, kisses, and... Read More

30 Rock’s Buffalo Chicken Shake: Would you try it?

Posted on: December 16th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

We’ll try anything once, but a Buffalo Chicken Shake? Might be a stretch! 30 Rock SuperFan Robert Bishop (of Lunch Blog KC) and 30 Rock writer Tracey Wigfield conquer one of the show’s most bizarre edible concoctions: the Buffalo Chicken Shake. Robert shares the full recipe for this creation in the video below. Would... Read More

Phoenix Food Blogger Selected for Emeril’s One-Pot Blogger Cooking Party

Posted on: September 13th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

Theresa Greco, creator of the Food Hunter’s Guide To Cuisine blog, has been selected by William Morrow Cookbooks to participate in their “One-Pot Blogger Cooking Party” to celebrate the release of Emeril Lagasse’s latest cookbook. As one out of twenty total bloggers selected, this is an honored opportunity. Theresa has received an advance copy... Read More

The Artisanal Kitchen Introduces New Balsamic Vinegar

Posted on: September 9th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

Anna Zoitas, owner of Seven Deuce Inc., her specialty food product business that includes The Artisanal Kitchen and Urban Tribe brands, recently released a new authentic Modena Aged Balsamic Vinegar, the Aceto Balsamico di Modena, from Modena, Italy. The smooth, decidedly sweet and full-bodied vinegar, ideal for cooking and dressing, was selected as a... Read More

Pat Crocker’s New Cookbook “150 Best Tagine Recipes”

Posted on: September 6th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

Tagine: A tagine is the name for both the cooking vessel and of the recipes themselves. Tagines are specialty dishes from North Africa, and specifically, Morocco. As an avid fan of Moroccan food and its fragrant flavors, the easy-to-prepare factor of tagine recipes is an added bonus. If you’ve never seen a tagine, it’s... Read More

Recipe: Vincent Guerithault’s Layered Crab and Avocado Celery Root Salad

Posted on: August 12th, 2011 by Amy Martin 1 Comment

Chef Vincent Guerithault of Vincent’s on Camelback shares his recipe for Layered Crab and Avocado Celery Root Salad that he created especially for the California Avocado Commission. Layered Crab and California Avocado Celery Root Salad Recipe courtesy of Chef Vincent Guerithault *Photo courtesy of the California Avocado Commission Serves: 4 Ingredients: 4 ripe, fresh California... Read More

Cool Off with New Summer Drinks at Fogo de Chao

Posted on: July 15th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

The summer heat is on! The folks at Fogo de Chão have created three new refreshing cocktails for guests to take a brisk respite from the ubiquitous Valley heat. The new beverages include the Tarragon Pineapple Tini and two batidas (paying homage to Fogo’s heritage, batidas are the most famous blended frozen drink of the... Read More

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