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    It Came From My Cupboard: Pressing Matters

    by Robrt L. Pela If the house caught on fire, I'd grab my French press and run. Oh, and the cats. I'd grab the cats, too. Except that in my horror fantasies, the cats are waiting patiently by the door (even though they've never gone outside in th...

    @ Chow Bella by Robrt Pela on June 30, 2008 @ 11:00 am
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    SHWEET!: Chocolate Tartufo at Il Posto

    By Steve Jansen Il Posto - the Sunnyslope-located Italian restaurant that used to be called Our Gang Cafe - got it right. What does "it" refer to? Well, first of the all, the ambiance, from the sharp looking inside dining area to the New Yor...

    @ Chow Bella by Steve Jansen on June 30, 2008 @ 9:40 am
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    The mysterious "Senor Agwa": From Bolivian coca farmer to edgy liqueur mascot

    By Niki D'Andrea This is "Senor Agwa." At parties acoss Europe and the U.K., he's the face of Agwa De Bolivia Coca Leaf Liqueur, an imported alcoholic beverage made from coca leaves. You can read about Agwa's arrival and buzz in the Valley in this...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on June 27, 2008 @ 1:24 pm
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    Center Bistro's summer hiatus

    By Michele Laudig Remember Damon Brasch, the chef I profiled a few months ago? Well, I ran into him yesterday at That's A Wrap, his CenPho restaurant, and got the latest update on The Center Bistro, the in-house organic eatery at Tempe's I Am The C...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on June 27, 2008 @ 11:26 am
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    Correction: Babaloo's Cuban Cafe in Ahwatukee

    In yesterday's Meal Ticket newsletter, we spoke to Chef/owner Robert Gonzalez about his new restaurant Babaloo's Cuban Cafe in Ahwatukee. We incorrectly identified the location as the corner of 44th St. and Chandler Blvd. The correct address for Bab...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on June 27, 2008 @ 10:54 am
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    Kook's Korner: Blended Prune Pie, Anyone?

    by Robrt L. Pela I'm glad this one still has its (tattered) dust jacket, otherwise I'd have no idea why Ruth Ellen Church is the author of Mary Meade's Magic Recipes for the Electric Blender. Turns out, according to this book's flap copy, that Chu...

    @ Chow Bella by Robrt Pela on June 27, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    A fine time to open a gelato shop

    By Michele Laudig The last couple of weeks have been pretty brutal -- I can only hope that the monsoon season will bring us a break from the extreme heat. In the meantime, there's at least a little relief, in the form of two new gelato shops that h...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on June 27, 2008 @ 8:46 am
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    Bartenders & Baristas: Scott Pierce at Ice Pics

    By Wynter Holden Bartender Scott Pierce (a.k.a Pandora) is a quirky, outspoken and totally flaming queen who isn't afraid to let it all hang out. He loves to wear tight leather corsets, although he switches to muumuus in the hot summer. He digs beeh...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on June 27, 2008 @ 8:12 am
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    Calling all locavores, shopaholics, and foodies on a budget

    By Michele Laudig If you've ever seen the kooky headlines I come up with for my restaurant reviews, you know I appreciate a little wordplay once in awhile. So I'm loving the name of Local First Arizona's annual celebration of groovy local business...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on June 26, 2008 @ 6:46 pm
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    Budget Beat: Via de Los Santos

    By Jay Bennett Is there a restaurant you love so much that you'd go there four times a week? Me neither. I live four blocks from La Grande Orange and love its pizzas and salads like nobody's business, but still, I eat them, like, twice a month, tops...

    @ Chow Bella by Jay Bennett on June 26, 2008 @ 9:30 am
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    Friday night takeout: Wood-fired pizzas from chef Vincent Guerithault

    Photo credit: TracyKreck.com By Michele Laudig Friday night's supposed to be the big night out at the end of the work week, but half the time I feel so frazzled I'd rather be a couch potato, snarf down a pizza, and crack open a bottle of Three Buc...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on June 26, 2008 @ 8:53 am
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    Brew Review: Oatmeal Stout

    By Jonathan McNamara Even the great Hindu sage Valmiki surely could not have predicted that when he penned life into Hanuman, the monkey god in the Hindu epic The Ramayana, the character would end up on a bottle of beer. Yet that's exactly what se...

    @ Chow Bella by Jonathan McNamara on June 26, 2008 @ 8:00 am
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    The Skinny: Ichiban Teppanyaki & Sushi

    By Wynter Holden The rule in my house is that the person with the crappiest day gets to make the decision about what to do that evening. My roommate "A" finalized a bad breakup last Thursday, so dinner was definitely her call. My fingers were cross...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on June 26, 2008 @ 8:00 am
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    Fried: Stuffed Shrimp at Zest

    Fuzzy photo; yummy shrimp by Sarah Fenske It'd been miserably hot and I felt like my brain was fried. I needed a pick-me-up. So of course I chose Zest. This stand-alone restaurant, at 16th Street and Indian School, is practically my favorite pla...

    @ Chow Bella by Sarah Fenske on June 25, 2008 @ 5:55 pm
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    Sneak Peek: Tomorrow's Meal Ticket newsletter and Cafe review

    By Michele Laudig The latest installment of Meal Ticket -- New Times' weekly dining newsletter, out tomorrow -- highlights Cuban flavors around town, where to go for a lavish five-course meal, and which local restaurants are offering special deals o...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on June 25, 2008 @ 9:38 am
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    Shelf Life: Mystery Tea at Food City

    By Wynter Holden While hunting for rum raisin ice pops (yum!) in the nearest Food City today, I stumbled on something in the spice aisle that made me raise an eyebrow. Two, actually. There in the loose tea section was a package of small flowers and...

    @ Chow Bella by Wynter Holden on June 25, 2008 @ 8:00 am
  • All Aboard for the Best Eateries Along the Light Rail


    All Aboard for the Best Eateries Along the Light Rail

    A lot of excitement about the Metro light rail has revolved around the easy new connection between downtown Phoenix and downtown Tempe. And when it comes to dining options, that's definitely a good thing, whether you're a commuter, a student, or just...

    by Michele Laudig on January 1, 2009
  • Champagne Is for True Romantics  and Nurses


    Champagne Is for True Romantics and Nurses

    One night, around 10 years back, I slaved to create this fantastic Moroccan lamb dish. I was drinking wine in the afternoon when my date showed up. For once, I had a date with someone over 25 -- in fact, she was over 40! With no kids, she had plenty ...

    by C.M. Redding on January 1, 2009
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    Gross Out

    by Amy Silverman I'm going to be brutally honest here. If they'd given the AIMS test when I was in school, that's where I'd be today -- in school. And if Maricopa County's restaurant inspectors came to my own kitchen, I'd fail that test, too. ...

    @ Chow Bella by Amy Silverman on June 24, 2008 @ 4:25 pm
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    Bourbon Steak unveils summer tasting menu

    By Michele Laudig Ah, the perks of summer in AZ. Order three courses off of Bourbon Steak's regular menu, and I promise you won't come in at under $55 a person. But for that price, you can get a three-course tasting menu at the swanky Fairmont Sco...

    @ Chow Bella by Michele Laudig on June 24, 2008 @ 3:59 pm
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