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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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    Veggie Girl: Fate

    By Megan Irwin Fate's House Dynamite dish with tofu -- and in the way back, more tofu. I really love the tofu here. I love Fate for several reasons. I love that it serves Republic of Tea iced tea. I love that it played a huge role in making the ...

    @ Chow Bella by Megan Irwin on July 15, 2008 @ 5:26 pm
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    Gross Out: Old Goulash at Black Forest Mill German Restaurant

    by Amy Silverman The other day, I got upset with my mother because I found a can of diet Dr. Pepper in her fridge that had expired in 2005. "Look," she said. "Your father and I grew up in the bomb shelter era -- you know, back in the day when you...

    @ Chow Bella by Amy Silverman on July 15, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    What the Fork?: Kataifi at Razz's

    By Wynter Holden Unlike the infamous "mouse shit chili" incident I blogged about in the inaugural What the Fork, sometimes I just get plain lucky when ordering an unidentifiable item at a restaurant. One case is Kataifi, an item I discovered on the ...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 15, 2008 @ 9:02 am
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    Flashback to the 90s: Buca di Beppo goes retro

    By Michele Laudig Do you remember what you were doing 15 years ago? Or, more precisely, do you remember what you were eating? Buca di Beppo, the Italian restaurant chain, is hoping to use nostalgia -- for cheap prices, anyway -- to spark customers'...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on July 14, 2008 @ 5:48 pm
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    It Came From My Cupboard: Cutting Edge

    by Robrt L. Pela Do people use cookie cutters anymore? I have a big round box of them in my kitchen cupboard, but I never use the fucking things. I like to bake, but I don't know that I've ever read a cookie recipe that included the direction, "Us...

    @ Chow Bella by Robrt Pela on July 14, 2008 @ 9:38 am
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    SHWEET!: A monsoon dessert to almost die for

    By Steve Jansen I risked my life for this. There was a point during yesterday's monsoon that I thought my four-door sedan and I were about to be splattered on the median wall of the U.S. 60. During that moment, I wondered what would be writ...

    @ Chow Bella by Steve Jansen on July 14, 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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    Kook's Korner: Liver Soupy

    There's so much wrong about this recipe, I hardly know where to begin. It's from The Mike Douglas Cookbook, which in itself is enough to give one pause. I have a lot of peculiar celebrity cookbooks in my collection (my favorite: Candy Hits by ZaSu ...

    @ Chow Bella by Robrt Pela on July 11, 2008 @ 9:28 am
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    Bartenders & Baristas: Amy Ziegler of the British Open Pub

    By Wynter Holden 38-year-old bar manager Amy Ziegler is a tall, slender, no-nonsense blonde who looks like she could do some serious damage to any boozehound who treats her like a Coyote Ugly babe. As a kid she dreamed of being a ballet dancer, but ...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 11, 2008 @ 8:00 am
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    Brew Review: Cave Creek's Chili Beer

    By Jonathan McNamara I've been betrayed. Past experience and a few bumper stickers have lead me to believe that beer is liquid proof that the gods want us to be happy. Oh, how I have been living in naivety! I took a chance on a beer labeled with ...

    @ Chow Bella by Jonathan McNamara on July 10, 2008 @ 1:59 pm
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    Burrata alert: Caprese at Fine's Cellar

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    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on July 10, 2008 @ 12:51 pm
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    Budget Beat: Downtown Phoenix Public Market

    By Jay Bennett On Saturday mornings, I like to head downtown to what is casually referred to as the farmers market, at Second and McKinley streets. It's really called the Downtown Phoenix Public Market, a more suitable name than "farmers market" bec...

    @ Chow Bella by Jay Bennett on July 10, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    The Skinny: Child's play at Darcy McGee's

    By Wynter Holden In my notebook of odd dieting theories, I have one that's completely ridiculous. Not that the idea is bad, mind you. Just that executing this particular plan requires that I look like a complete fool in front of dozens of stranger...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on July 10, 2008 @ 9:26 am
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    Happy hour idea: Running of the Bulls celebration at Sol y Sombra

    By Michele Laudig You have to hand it to the Spaniards -- they've come up with one of the world's most, uh, unique ways to work up an appetite: running their asses off as ornery bulls chase them down the street. That's their idea of a party. Sol ...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on July 9, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    Fried: McDonald's French Fries

    Mmm ... good! by Sarah Fenske I'm starting to think I've got a problem. I was on a ship for seven days eating some of the best food known to man: wild Alaskan salmon, pecan-crusted trout in beurre blanc sauce, prime rib and giant prawns stuffed ...

    @ Chow Bella by Sarah Fenske on July 9, 2008 @ 10:59 am
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