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    Swan Song - New Hyatt chef is Golden

    Oh, wow. That's all I can say about the Golden Swan at Hyatt Regency Scottsdale. I stopped in for dinner the other night, and couldn't believe what treasures I found. There's a new chef in the swanky resort restaurant. There's a new style of cuisin...

    by Carey Sweet on January 9, 2003
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    And the Wiener Is . . . - Dogging the town's frankfurter joints

    It's a few minutes past the noon hour, and my hot dog lies limp and ruined, a wizened gray tube of half-eaten meat on a soggy heap of celery-salt-dusted bun. Around it sprawls a litter of neon green relish, bits of slippery pickle, sliced tomato and ...

    by Carey Sweet on January 2, 2003
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    Van Dulce - Chevy rules Mexico's roads

    It might sound stereotypical, but Mexicans love their Chevys. Not Chevrolet. Just Chevy. Even the carmaker knows how much the shortened brand name is loved south of the border. For the past few years, GM has been selling a car and a small pickup in M...

    by Silvana Salcido Esparza on January 2, 2003
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    Inn Sync - New resort restaurants set a tony table

    Call 2002 "The Year of the Resort." While national economists wrung their hands over a plunging stock market, and the number of Arizona residents with a net worth of one million-plus plummeted by an amazing 31 percent (poor things -- $999,999 doesn't...

    by Carey Sweet on January 2, 2003
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    Good Wine, Cheap Chow

    Q. I enjoy trying really interesting wines with dinner, but am not confident of my knowledge. Where's a place with great food and staff with topnotch wine recommendations? A. It's hard to go wrong at Wright's in the Arizona Biltmore resort. The res...

    by Carey Sweet on January 2, 2003
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    Crash Course - Chef Jessie's Casita serves sizzling Sonoran fare

    Most days, it seems, there's not much in life I'm sure of. But there's no doubt in my mind now that this is the best tortilla soup I've ever had. Of the countless versions I've sampled over the ages, there have been chicken-stock broths that almost b...

    by Carey Sweet on December 26, 2002
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    Movie Buffet - Mexican films give new meaning to "cinema fare"

    Growing up, I couldn't help forming a deep connection between delicious Mexican food and the movies. That's because every Sunday, the Salcido Esparza family enjoyed a really good home-cooked meal followed by a trip to the only Spanish-language cinema...

    by Silvana Salcido Esparza on December 26, 2002
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    Pho Phix - Seeking noodle soup with a Bang

    Forget the ho, ho, ho. The holidays at my house find me belting out choruses of pho, pho, pho. That's pho, as in the traditional noodle soup of Vietnam. The stuff is beloved to me, and it's become my winter tradition. What better way to greet the ...

    by Carey Sweet on December 26, 2002
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    Worth the Weight - Drinkwater's City Hall piles on the portions -- and the pounds

    I've got an idea for a fail-proof, get-rich-quick scheme. First, eat out. Do it a lot, and be sure to finish everything on your plate. Next, go home and park it on the couch, exercising only your fingers for the remote control. Soon, you'll turn i...

    by Carey Sweet on December 19, 2002
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    T-t-t-t-tamales! - Visions of cornhusks dance in their heads...

    In my younger, more militant days, I remember being scandalized by a vintage Warner Bros. cartoon, "The Timid Toreador," which featured Porky Pig in a Mexican sombrero and carrying a large pot. The porker was selling tamales on the street and singing...

    by Silvana Salcido Esparza on December 19, 2002
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    Great Danish - In the Raw blends coffee and canine cuisine

    The aroma of fresh-baked muffins curls through the air -- a heady fog of carrot-ginger, corn-cheddar, and banana. The baker has just pulled the tray of miniature-sized treats from the oven and will let them cool for a few minutes before she doles the...

    by Carey Sweet on December 19, 2002
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    Check, Please!

    Q.I'd like to do something different for New Year's (no hotel buffet) but don't have a ton of money to spend. What's something cool and cheap? A.Go early bird to the party at Sapporo, the hot-spot sushi club at Scottsdale Road and Thunderbird in Sc...

    by Carey Sweet on December 19, 2002
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    Tapas Dancing - Bistro Madrid is a place for profound contentment

    After days of eating sleep-inducing Thanksgiving turkey, I'm ready for a jolt to my taste buds. And Bradley and I are absolutely starving. After spending the day fastening a new, remarkably heavy metal roof to my barn, struggling in the chill an...

    by Carey Sweet on December 12, 2002
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    Rancho Cooks Among Us - Phoenix Ranch goes to market

    While I was traveling through Mexico on a bus, I spent countless hours looking out the window as we drove through villages, townships and cities. But what sticks in my mind are the ranchos we passed and their rows and rows of corn and overgrown nopal...

    by Silvana Salcido Esparza on December 12, 2002
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    On Tapas the World - Ibiza Caf dishes Euro flair

    Call it a Spanish invasion. At the same time Bistro Madrid (see review in this issue) opened in Ahwatukee this spring, Ibiza Caf threw open its doors within rock-tossing distance of the canal at Scottsdale and Camelback. Named after an island off Sp...

    by Carey Sweet on December 12, 2002
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    Home for the Holidays

    Q. I'm looking for really good, something-special bread for my Christmas party. Any suggestions? A. I'll be filling my pantry with specialty loaves from Arizona Bread Company (70th Street and Shea in Scottsdale; and Scottsdale and Pinnacle Peak roa...

    by Carey Sweet on December 12, 2002
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    Cheese Whiz - Craving comfort cuisine? Gotta have Soul in the Hole.

    Mom is making macaroni and cheese. The noodles are boiled and drained. The saucepot sits on the stove, heat rising to slow burps of milk, cream and chunked Velveeta. She takes the pan, pours the thick cheese liquid over the pasta, and frowns. "I f...

    by Carey Sweet on December 5, 2002
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    Door-to-Door - Tamale vendors take it to the streets

    I slipped on the steep cobblestone street as I tried to catch up with her. With the speed of a jack rabbit, her barefoot steps moved with short and quick motions. "Margarita, please wait for me," I implored, fearing that I might lose sight of her....

    by Silvana Salcido Esparza on December 5, 2002
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    Meow Mix - Gourmet gossips gather 'round The Table

    Never underestimate the power of word of mouth. I rely on it heavily when choosing where to eat. If, for instance, a chef tells me he despises some new place, I'm there in a heartbeat. The latest place to hate seems to be The Table, a tiny two-doze...

    by Carey Sweet on December 5, 2002
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    From Italy to Ibiza

    Q.I feel so stranded in Fountain Hills. Where can I find good, authentic Italian food? A.Skip over to Olives Big City Italian on North Saguaro Boulevard, overlooking the eastern foothills of Fountain Hills. Signatures include baked-on-site focaccia...

    by Carey Sweet on December 5, 2002
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