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    Good Luck Black Eyed Peas

    Since it'll still be wintertime here for, oh, a few more days at least, and since January's not quite over, we've decided it's still good fortune to eat 'em. For more on the folklore of New Year's black eyed peas (apparently this tradition dates back...

    @ Chow Bella by Kathy Monkman on January 28, 2009 @ 11:57 pm
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    Forking: Baked Corn Casserole

    See this recipe in slide show form. In this week's Forking column, Colin Redding illustrates the results of mixing dating with kids and America's favorite starch. Think you know some corny jokes? Watch out for this one. Yet cobs of the ye...

    @ Chow Bella by Jonathan McNamara on January 28, 2009 @ 9:17 pm
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    Fun With Wagyu: Pastrami at Noca

    Owner Eliot Wexler was busy tracking down wagyu brisket -- definitely an unusual cut of the pricey, succulent Kobe beef -- while chef Chris Curtiss was fine-tuning the ultimate recipe. Wexler was inspired by both the killer pastrami at the famed Katz...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 28, 2009 @ 11:56 am
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    Vote for Maya Dailey for White House Farmer

    A few months back, the New York Times magazine published a special Food Issue, with an intriguing essay by Michael Pollan, an "open letter to the Farmer in Chief," explaining why the President-elect should consider national food policy a matter of n...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 28, 2009 @ 10:32 am
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    Art Burn: Something's fishy at Nouveau Bistro

    Every restaurant owner seems to fancy himself (or herself) an art expert these days, whether it's the Burger King franchisee with a taste for retro prints or the young, hip entrepreneur who decorates with bold abstract paintings. Each week, we'll be...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on January 28, 2009 @ 8:04 am
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    Food Blight

    There is a shell of a building at the southeast corner of McClintock and Broadway in Tempe that can't hold a restaurant to save its soul. Every time some aspiring businessman gets the bright idea to open a new venture there, I want to go in and slap ...

    @ Chow Bella by Rene Gutel on January 27, 2009 @ 11:15 pm
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    Waiter Confidential: What I've Paid to Play

    The time we spend in this business can be a gamble. From the easy money to the nightlife and liquor-fueled libidos, there's a risk we run of getting addicted to the action. I'm the perfect example: That not-so-lucky winner you hear stories about. ...

    @ Chow Bella by Anonymous on January 27, 2009 @ 3:20 pm
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    Pizza Fusion Burglarized After Fundraiser for Local Family

    It can't all be appetizing news. Today's big story is downright nauseating. The fundraiser that Mesa's new Pizza Fusion restaurant held in conjunction with its grand opening -- which was intended to help Frank and Tracy Smith, who were seriously i...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 27, 2009 @ 1:50 pm
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    Thursday: Kikuichi Cutlery at Phoenix Knife House

    If you're steeped in the culinary world -- whether professionally or just as an enthusiast -- you're probably already familiar with Phoenix Knife House, the go-to shop for chefs in need of a good blade. But this Thursday, there's a...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 27, 2009 @ 8:08 am
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    Chef Beau MacMillan to Appear on Today Show

    But publicity for a local chef is certainly an unusual perk for the Phoenix culinary world. Turns out, executive chef Beau MacMillan, from Elements at the Sanctuary on Camelback, is the lucky one getting the national exposure on the Today Sh...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 26, 2009 @ 6:26 pm
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    Chestnut Lane Cafe Takes Over Old Kohnie's Space

    Tucked into the tiny Camelback Road (4225 E. Camelback) spot that housed Kohnie's until last summer, Chestnut Lane is already doing a booming breakfast and lunch business. "I think people just want to get back to basics," says Levine. "We are reall...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 26, 2009 @ 3:49 pm
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    Caffiend: Ed Hardy's Celebrity Energy Drink

    Tattoo pioneer Ed Hardy was one of the first artists to start using color in his tattoos, more than 40 years ago. His energy drinks (which come in orange, apple, and pomegranate flavors) are touted as "tattoos for the tongue." Hardy's brand of clothi...

    @ Chow Bella by Niki D'Andrea on January 26, 2009 @ 9:00 am
  • Gallo Blanco Café at The Clarendon Kicks Up the Taco Shop With Cochinita Tortas and Fresh Crepes


    Gallo Blanco Caf at The Clarendon Kicks Up the Taco Shop With Cochinita Tortas and Fresh Crepes

    When I called Doug Robson, chef-owner of the fantastic new Gallo Blanco Caf at the Clarendon Hotel, I almost expected him to ask me not to write about his restaurant. "I wanna be just kind of quiet about it," he said, pausing to take a deep breat...

    by Michele Laudig on May 28, 2009
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    Monday Night Martha: Depression-Era Dinner

    What's lovely about grandmotherly recipes is that they often have a heavy reliance on mayonnaise and canned goods, which are ultra cheap and easy to cook with. Tonight's menu is Salmon Cakes and Broccoli Supreme. Broccoli Supreme 20 oz frozen broc...

    @ Chow Bella by Rene Gutel on January 25, 2009 @ 3:09 pm
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    New in Peoria: WineStyles

    Located at Park West, the new open-air shopping center at the northwest corner of the 101 and Northern, WineStyles is a national franchise known for organizing its wines by style and color instead of varietal or region. ...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 23, 2009 @ 4:19 pm
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    Brew Review: Rogue's Hazlenut Brown Nectar

    We found it absolutely delicious and really felt like part of the process when brewing sediment crossed our palettes. Every beer since has fallen a bit flat in comparison with that home brew goodness we tasted. Where's the feeling of being part of th...

    @ Chow Bella by Jonathan McNamara on January 23, 2009 @ 3:53 pm
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    Andrew's New American Opens in Chandler

    Citrus Cafe, the long-running French bistro in Chandler (2330 N. Alma School), just reopened two weeks ago after a brief hiatus. Now it's called Andrew's New American at Citrus Cafe, and as the name suggests, chef-owner Andrew Paparella is ushering ...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 23, 2009 @ 3:34 pm
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    Saturday: Pizza Fusion in Mesa Celebrates Grand Opening

    That's the thinking behind Pizza Fusion, an Earth-friendly pizzeria with franchises across the country. The restaurant serves certified organic food, operates out of LEED-certified buildings, and even uses hybrid cars for pizza deliveries. The newe...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 23, 2009 @ 12:09 pm
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    Bombay Spice Makes Way for San Gabriel Mexican Cafe

    JNK Concepts, the company behind Bombay Spice, is replacing the 16th Street and Glendale Ave location of the healthful Indian restaurant with another one of its concepts, San Gabriel Mexican Cafe, opening Monday. Currently, Illinois has the only oth...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on January 23, 2009 @ 11:18 am
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    Phoenix Phoodies: Takamatsu brings Korean BBQ to AZ

    It's easy to see what protein-starved athletes and Atkins enthusiasts love this place. Takamatsu's barbecue is a meat lovers' paradise. Piles of tender meat, like kalbi (short ribs) or bulgogi (sliced beef), wait for diners to cook them to perfection...

    @ Chow Bella by Sloane Burwell on January 23, 2009 @ 8:57 am
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