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D'Vine Wine Dinner and Homemade Granola Bars in Today's Eater's Digest
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D' Vine Wine Dinner
Tonight, move it on up to the east side for a Wine Dinner hosted by D'Vine Bistro & Wine Bar. Chef Ramon Rice will be serving up a seven-course( yes, seven) dinner that will start off with chicken wings done three ways and end with dark chocolate cake. Cobb salad, pub-style stew, halibut, smoked pork with vegetables, and flat iron steak with mashed potatoes are the in between. Sommelier David Newton will be choosing wines that compliment each course. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 480-654-4171.   

Homemade Goodness
Granola bars are pretty good out of a box, but we imagine they are one thousand times better out of your own oven. Not to mention less preservative and weird ingredients. We think that these Homemade Granola Bars from Susi's Kochen Und Backen Adventures are beautifully done. These surely would not last a day in our house!

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