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    Budget Beat: Thai Basil

    By Jay Bennet It's amazing how many Thai restaurants exist in the Valley. I've been to several but have touched only the proverbial tip of the iceberg, and I'm pleased to report that none of them flat-out sucks (well, there is a certain Thai place o...

    @ Chow Bella by Jay Bennett on July 24, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    The Skinny: 75 Thai Taste

    By Wynter Holden Eating Asian food while on a diet can be a tricky proposition for an American diner. You'd think that Thai, Chinese and Japanese eats would automatically equal diet-friendly. I mean, proportionally (pun intended), how many overwei...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 24, 2008 @ 9:40 am
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    Fried: Ika Kara Age at Hana Japanese Eatery

    It's squidalicious! by Sarah Fenske I have the occasional good fortune to dine with a 15-year-old -- and no, I'm not kidding when I call it "good fortune." This kid is an adventurous eater with a knack for ordering. He's introduced me to the wor...

    @ Chow Bella by Sarah Fenske on July 23, 2008 @ 2:46 pm
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    Coffee Cartel: The Best Part of Waking Up

    By Jonathan McNamara Ah! A steaming hot cup of joe is the backbone to any productive day. Liquid speed with a drop or two of milk and two sugars please! Coffee Cartel is my current supplier of the brown stuff. Find out how owners Jason and Amy Silbe...

    @ Chow Bella by Jonathan McNamara on July 23, 2008 @ 1:25 pm
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    Shelf Life: Meshuggah Marinades at Wal-Mart

    What's the first thing you think of when you see soy sauce? Chow Mein? Sushi? Somehow, gefilte fish and matzo don't make the list for me. That's why I was surprised to see this quirky little line of sauces and marinades at Wal-Mart. The brand is c...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 23, 2008 @ 9:22 am
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    Gross Out: Roaches at the Scottsdale Haagen Dazs

    by Amy Silverman I scream, you scream, we all scream... When we see live cockroaches. Particularly in an establishment that serves food. So imagine the dismay of Maricopa County restaurant inspectors, when on not one but two consecutive visits,...

    @ Chow Bella by Amy Silverman on July 22, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    What the Fork?: Decoding the Thali at Udupi

    By Wynter Holden Reading an ethic restaurant menu can be like trying to decode a mysterious ancient parchment; at least, if you don't speak the language. It can also get you into a lot of trouble if you're remotely picky about food, or allergic to a...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 22, 2008 @ 9:14 am
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    It Came From My Cupboard: What a Grind.

    by Robrt L. Pela It was raining, and we were both on deadline. Neither Kate nor I wanted to go back to our apartments to write, so we went shopping for pepper grinders instead. I don't remember if we knew we wanted pepper grinders, or if we both j...

    @ Chow Bella by Robrt Pela on July 21, 2008 @ 9:04 am
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    SHWEET!: Queen Baklava at Haji Baba

    By Steve Jansen Haji Baba remains, in my humble opinion, one of the best restaurants in the Phoenix area for several reasons. For one, it's so freaking unassuming from the outside and even more so inside. Also, when you step inside, you f...

    @ Chow Bella by Steve Jansen on July 21, 2008 @ 9:00 am
  • Scottsdale’s Café Monarch Serves Tasty Cuisine From a Whimsical Chef

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    Scottsdales Caf Monarch Serves Tasty Cuisine From a Whimsical Chef

    The Valley is big, but when it comes to good restaurants, sometimes it doesn't feel quite big enough. Between newspapers, magazines, TV, the blogosphere, message boards, and just the foodie grapevine, in general, decent eateries can get barraged w...

    by Michele Laudig on November 27, 2008
  • Cooking, Sex, and Lying About Grandma’s Gravy Recipe

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    Cooking, Sex, and Lying About Grandmas Gravy Recipe

    Spooning? What the hell is this guy up to? Is this new column going to be a cooking column or a sex column? Well, dear reader, it will be both. After all, what is cooking if it isn't a way to someone's heart? A way into someone's pants, I say. ...

    by C.M. Redding on November 27, 2008
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    Bartenders & Baristas: Bill Sandweg at Copper Star Coffee

    Notice the short cropped hair, the year-round uniform of board shorts and comfortable sandals. The perfectly tanned skin. The lack of sweat on his brow, even in 100-degree temperatures. Yes, you guessed it. Copper Star Coffee owner and master barista...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 18, 2008 @ 9:17 am
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    Ringtum Diddy AGAIN?

    by Robrt L. Pela My copy of Beth Bailey McLean's Modern Homemaker's Cookbook is signed by the author, whom the cover jacket proudly proclaims is the director of Martha Logan Service. Just what exactly that means is as mysterious as is this peculia...

    @ Chow Bella by Robrt Pela on July 18, 2008 @ 8:45 am
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    Brew Review: Nefarious Ten Pin Imperial Porter

    By Jonathan McNamara Someone ought to get in touch with the marketing department at Ska Brewing. Yes, that's right. I used the word "ska" as in punk with a horn section, "Mirror in the Bathroom," Reel Big Fish, etc. The marketing dilemma this bre...

    @ Chow Bella by Jonathan McNamara on July 17, 2008 @ 2:00 pm
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    Budget Beat: Sabuddy Israeli Restaurant

    By Jay Bennett You don't have to twist my arm to get me to dine on the cuisine of the Middle East. It's, perhaps, my favorite ethnic food -- and has been ever since I was a little kid eating dinner at the house of my Uncle Walid, a Syrian immigrant....

    @ Chow Bella by Jay Bennett on July 17, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    The Skinny: Rumbi Island Grill

    I admit it. I'm in love. It's what I like to call a "culinary crush"; when you find a new local restaurant that you become completely obsessed with. Every time you're hungry and don't have plans, you turn to your crush, where you always know you'll ...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 17, 2008 @ 9:22 am
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    Fried: Pakoras and Samosas at Flavors of India

    You say pakora, I say samosa -- and this time, I'm right. by Sarah Fenske My dearest pal in the whole world is Indian -- she grew up in Mumbai, only coming to the U.S. for college. So I know a bit more about Indian food than, say, Thai or Chinese...

    @ Chow Bella by Sarah Fenske on July 16, 2008 @ 6:50 pm
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    The secret of Matt Pool's success

    The thought of eating at Matt's Big Breakfast is motivation not to sleep in, but The Roosevelt gives us plenty of reasons to stay up late. And just think -- the mastermind behind it Matt Pool, burns the candle at both ends every day. How does downto...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on July 16, 2008 @ 5:12 pm
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    Shelf Life: Island of the Misfit Foods

    By Wynter Holden I've always wondered what happens to imperfect foods. You know, like the accidental square Cheerio. I mean, we live in such a perfectionist society. Studies show that attractive people get more attention and earn more than average...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 16, 2008 @ 9:19 am
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    New in CenPho: Maizie's Cafe & Bistro

    By Michele Laudig Light rail construction has been a real asskicker for restaurants in the Central corridor, particularly those situated right along the future train route. Every time I drive past Fez and Durant's and Pane Bianco, I cringe at the th...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on July 15, 2008 @ 5:57 pm
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