Rene Gutel

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  • Realeza Michoacana vs. La Reina MichoacanaRaspados are basically Mexican snow cones, but they're better than their US counterparts because real fruit juice is drizzled on top of the ice, instead of the sugary syrup most of us are used to. This giv...

  • 6 years ago

    Is it ever too early for pie? Yes, it's barely October but some Valley stores already have Christmas decorations up, which means like it or not, the holiday season is here. We happen to love the period between October and January and will take any...

  • The Fry Bread House vs. Sacred Hogan Navajo FrybreadIndian tacos are bean tacos with lettuce and cheese, served on fry bread instead of a tortilla. In this Battle of the Dishes, we scope out two central Phoenix locales to compare the best for you....

  • 6 years ago

    For dinner tonight, try this quick quiche recipe courtesy of my husband. He calls it his "3-2-1 Quiche" and he used to make it when he was a latch-key kid in the seventies. It's one of the few things he cooks, and it's excellent...

  • Honey Bear's BBQ vs. Monti's La Casa ViejaWe thought we'd let word-of-mouth lead us to excellent peach cobbler in Tempe. A week later, we're unsure whether we found the best in town, but we had fun hunting.In One Corner: Honey Bear's BBQ7670 South...

  • 6 years ago

    This week's Monday Night Martha recipe is an old stand-by in the Gutel household: shirred eggs. "Shirred" is a funny word that means "to bake in a shallow dish." That means you finally have a chance to bust out those ramekins that collect dust in ...