First Friday at the Market, Free Cooking Demo, Champange Brunch and Stuffed Avocados in Today's Eater's Digest
Market First Friday's
Tonight while your downtown at first Friday, escape the hustle and bustle of Roosevelt row and stop by the Phoenix Public Market. From 7 to 10 p.m. enjoy live music inside the market and also outside in their brand new courtyard. Phoenix Public Market is located just 3 blocks south of Roosevelt on the corner of Central and Pierce and is open until 11p.m. tonight. Click here to visit their website.
This month Williams-Sonoma is offering up free in store cooking technique classes. First up is steak! Sunday, June 6th learn what all those fancy meat terms like grass-fed, marbled and rib-eye mean. Once you know what you're eating they will share all of the secrets to cooking that perfect tender and juicy piece of meat. Future classes include Sticks, Skewers & Satays and Summer Desserts. Visit William-Sonoma's website for more details.
"Le Grand Petit Dejeuner"
Now that is too hot for weekend yard work, Saturday and Sunday mornings can be fun again! Petite Maison in Scottsdale is serving up brunch from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. The Three course pre-fixe brunch menu is served with "flowing" glasses of champagne, mimosas and bellinis, all for only $29 per person (plus tax and tip). reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 480-991-6887. Click here to view the brunch menu.
Raw Foodies Unite!
If you don't like your food to ever be warmer then a hot summer day in Phoenix, Sunday is your day to hang out with folks just like you. This Sunday the two largest Raw Food Meetup groups in Arizona will join forces to host the 2nd Annual Combined Raw MEGA-Potluck. The potluck will take place from 5 until 7 p.m. at South Mountain Park in Phoenix. You must RSVP for this event. For more details and to RSVP, click here.
Who wants to turn on an oven when it's 100+ degrees outside? Nobody. Instead of slaving over a hot stove, make these super quick and easy vegan, Stuffed Avocados with Chipotle "Mayo" for healthy change.
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