Crepes at Jobot Coffee, Inside Arizona Stronghold, Raw Vegan Snacks for Babies

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A round-up of tasty morsels from Valley food blogs.

Phx Rail Food reviewed Jobot Coffee's menu and is highlighting the fact that this newish Downtown coffee shop is also a creperie - just what the doctor ordered. Sweet ones like the peanut butter, banana, and raspberry jam crepe and savory ones like the pizza crepe are listed on the menu. Here's the full review and a crazy but good coffee drink called the espresso sunrise (hint: mixed with OJ).

Renee from the "Wine a bit. . . . you'll feel better" blog shared her visit up to Prescott and into Arizona Stronghold Winery. She was able to do some barrel tasting and learn more about AZ wines and how Arizona Stronghold is in such high demand. Check out her visit and some of her tasting notes.

Kristen Suzanne of Kristen's Raw shared what she feeds her daughter Kamea. Just another day in the life of the child of a raw vegan chef. One surprising favorite: sauerkraut. Here's the full list of vegan raw kid approved picks.

Hey metro Phoenix eaters, if you have a food blog or know of one we've missed, leave word in the comments section.

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