After a review of MCSO's hiring practices, Sheriff Joe Arpaio has issued a press release to assure the public that not everyone working for the Sheriff's Office is a white-skinned American.See also:-Joe Arpaio's Office Commits Worst Racial Profiling in U.S. History, Concludes DOJ-Joe Arpaio Looks Li ... More >>
Old Town Sarajevo manager Sladjana Ahmetovic tells me in Bosnia, most dishes can be eaten at any time of day.
"There are no set times for food like breakfast, lunch, and dinner," she says. "If you want cevapi in the morning you can have it."
I like that idea.
Considered a national dish in Bosnia, ... More >>
In the 16th and 17th centuries, the skills of the pastry chef were added to those of the bread maker so that in modern Britain (as opposed to France), domestic and commercial bakers used the talents of both. Though the lines have been blurred, the benefit of combining these two trades mean ex ... More >>
While we often decry the proliferation of monolithic food chains in the Valley, our home manages to host some unusual ethnic eateries, Tempe's Beaver Choice springs to mind. Northern Phoenix's Caffe Sarajevo certainly fits that model: It's located in a strip mall, well loved by ... More >>
The best ethnic food is often the most difficult to find. So each week we'll spin the globe and search for a new other-worldly spot to expand our eating horizons around the Valley.
This week we go to Bosnia at Caffe Sarajevo.
The small cevapi sandwich (5 sausages) with ... More >>
A former sailor and Phoenix UPS driver was sentenced to 10 years in a federal prison today for passing secrets to a Pakistan man who ran an Al-Qaeda recruitment Web site.Paul R. Hall, who has apparently changed his name to Hassan Abu-Jihaad, was arrested in Phoenix in 2007 and charged with terrorism ... More >>