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Scramble Continues Cooking Classes for Kids

Scramble Continues Cooking Classes for Kids

Posted on: August 16th, 2016 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

Some of my best memories from my childhood are of being in the kitchen with my grandmother. She had the hefty task of raising 14 children and that meant creating a lot of meals. She was an amazing cook and by the time I was able to spend time with her; the pressure was... Read More

Meatless Monday Cooking Class at Luci’s

Posted on: September 13th, 2015 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

  On Sunday September 13th, come to Luci’s Healthy Marketplace for their Meatless Mondays Cooking Class! This is the second in a series of five classes by blogger, recipe developer and dining enthusiast, Joanie Simon, of Joanie Simon Media. Vegetarian Sushi, Tabbouleh Stuffed Mushrooms, Sweet Potato & Spiced Garbanzo Tacos and Chocolate Orange Pots... Read More

Summer trip to Italy… no passport required!

Posted on: May 30th, 2013 by Amy Martin 2 Comments

So what if you don’t have your passport… or loads of extra money in the bank to fund an international summer vacay? Join Executive Chef Christopher Nicosia this summer at one of the Valley’s most picturesque restaurants for a culinary exploration of Italy. No passport required! SASSI recently announced its Summer Food & Wine... Read More

Learn to make your own cheese with hands-on instruction from Gina’s Homemade

Posted on: January 15th, 2013 by Amy Martin 1 Comment

Local favorite cheese-making shop, Gina’s Homemade, is sharing all their cheesy secrets with a series of classes so you can learn how to make your own fresh cheeses at home. The first class, Italian Cheese Making 101, will be held at their North Scottsdale Market location on Tuesday, February 5th from 6-8pm. Bring a date... Read More

Chopped…The Class at AndyFood

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

Ever watched the show Chopped on the Food Network and thought, ‘I could do that’?  Now is your chance! Andy Broder of AndyFood has added Chopped… The Class to his list of culinary instructional courses. On July 22nd you will have the opportunity to participate in this fun and moderately competitive experience. The class, which is $65 per person and from... Read More

Weekend Guide December 3rd-5th

Posted on: December 3rd, 2010 by Amy Martin No Comments

Planning ahead for your weekend out? We’ve highlighted some of our favorite weekend events to make it a little easier (and tastier!). Here’s our Weekend Guide for December 3rd-5th. Friday, December 3rd 10am-dusk – Arizona Wine Festival – $12 This weekend, head out to the 2010 Fall Tempe Festival of the Arts for the Arizona Wine Festival... Read More

An Evening of Cooking at AndyFood Culinary Studio

Posted on: November 1st, 2010 by Taryn Jeffries 2 Comments

Our world is in a funny place right now. The economy is, well, questionable at best. Many people are struggling with providing for their families. As we are confronted with fast food restaurants on every corner providing cheap, quick and not terribly healthy fare, we can sometimes be conflicted with dinner choices. Most families... Read More

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