Felicia Campbell is the food editor of Phoenix New Times. She has written about food, culture, and cars for digital and print publications all over the world and is the author of The Food of Oman: Recipes and Stories from the Gateway to Arabia (Andrews McMeel, 2015). Her husband learned quickly that she’d rather get a bag of avocados than a bouquet of roses.
24 hours ago | Eat This Now
This week we are kicking things off with tequila tastings, eating bacon brittle in Tempe to get over the midweek hump, and grabbing free coffee to see us through the end of the work week. This is our Metro Phoenix drinking and dining plan for the ...
1 day ago | Taco Summer
La Frontera 1, also known as La Frontera Comida Mexicana, has been parked at the intersection of 16th Street and Van Buren for a decade, where the immobilized truck has become a staple of late night dining.
4 days ago | Guilty Pleasures
Okay, so we all know these national food holidays are nonsense, but that doesn't mean we're above using them as an excuse to eat. National Junk Food Day is so vague. Does it mean sweet, salty, fatty, or just plain over-the-top? How about one dish ...
4 days ago | This Weekend
Being outside makes cooking and eating more fun. Just ask our food editor, who spent the weekend doing some no-frills cooking at a campground in Show Low.
5 days ago | Closed for Business
The southern-style counter at DeSoto Market served its last meal this week, and the space is officially closed for business. But Chef Stephen Jones has plans for a new opening later this year.
7 days ago | Eating the World
Luis Lopez and his wife Elvira opened Elvira's Belizean Cafe in an unassuming former diner in Chandler. Homey, easy-to-love dishes like stewed chicken with coconut rice and beans and crispy fried "panadas" have made the first Belizean restaurant i...