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Elements' Summer Prix Fixe Dinners and Chocolate Smoothies in Today's Eater's Digest

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Summer Sanctuary

Paradise Valley's luxurious Elements wants to feed you this summer -- so they came up with an "affordable" prixe-fixe menu for two to lure the foodies in. Created by executive chef Beau McMillian, guests  can enjoy their choice of tomato and watermelon gazpacho or local organic greens with a soy sesame vinaigrette to start, pasta, chicken or shrimp tempura for the main course and either the PB Bomb or strawberry rhubarb funnel cake for dessert. Chef Beau & Co. are even throwing in a half bottle of Veuve Clicquot (that means fancy French champagne).  The new three-course prixe-fixe menu starts at $100 ++ and will be  served  from 5:30 till 9 p.m.  Sunday through Wednesday.  Call 480-607-2300 for reservations. 

Chocolate Breakfast Smoothie
Chocolate for breakfast? Yes please! Once summer hits, we ditch the pancakes and go for  fruit smoothies. We love Linda Wagner's Chocolate Smoothie -- bananas, chocolate powder, almond milk and Stevia.  Quick, vegan, and sugar free.  The perfect breakfast or anytime snack. 

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