With several Oktoberfest celebrations right around the corner, we thought it only fitting to share our favorite Valley restaurants for German eats like schnitzels, sauerkraut, and sausages -- all washed down with a stein-full or two of German ale, of course.
Want the German goodness to go? Pick up ... More >>
These days, most of us have never experienced (or have forgotten) the joy of going to a real live butcher or the intoxicating fragrance of fresh smoked meat or even the taste of imported cheese straight off the wheel.
Most of us just hit the grocery store and pick up whatever's in the neatly wrapp ... More >>
Still under construction, the interior of O.H.S.O. is shaping up quickly.In the past few months, the stretch of Indian School Road between 40th and 64th Streets has been bustling with new restaurant activity like Kitchen 56, Black Cat Coffee House, Cave & Ives, and (maybe) a second location f ... More >>
A few weeks ago we wrote about Hungarian paprika, and a reader left a question: "Where can I find gurkha also known as blood sausage? I live in Phoenix area."
While blood sausage is found in every cuisine from Asia to America, we could not find a nam ... More >>
Landjager is a traditional, dried German sausage made in Southern Germany and Switzerland. Though the name literally means "country hunters," there's nothing gamey about the taste of landjager. It's a popular snack food in Germany and Switzerland (like beef jerky for the U.S.), and also a popular me ... More >>
We understand that in the 24-hour news cycle it can be difficult to keep up. Worry not! We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries:
Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings "Troubled" by AIG Hiding of Name a ... More >>