Brenna Sakas, What Are You Eating?

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Brenna Sakas

The actor, model, owner of Crowning Concepts Pageant Consulting, CW6 spokesperson, Miss Arizona USA 2006 and Chaos Comedy improviser has a musical improv show this Saturday, March 13 at Arizona Virtual Studios (4614 E. McDowell Road, Phoenix).

What'd you eat for dinner last night? Steamed chicken with brown rice.

Favorite food: La Grande Orange margherita pizza. Least favorite food: All seafood.

Favorite dessert: Oregano's chocolate chip pizza cookie.

Favorite local restaurant and meal to order there: I love going to Z'Tejas and eating cornbread and the Tejas Trio. And, if I'm really hungry, I'll get a bowl of the tortilla soup, too.

Favorite cocktail: Pinot grigio.

Favorite thing to cook at home: Southwestern mac 'n cheese with chicken.

Favorite memory involving food: Every Thanksgiving and Christmas meal I can remember, my grandmother brings her famous "Grandma Rolls," and my dad will toss one to everyone at the table. It's a fun way to start the meal!

Recipe or food tip to share: I take time before each meal to pray and give thanks to the Lord for His many blessings. Sometimes I have to slow down and remember that everything I have is because of Him.

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