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Flagstaff Wine Festival and Double Chocolate Bread in Today's Eater's Digest

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Flagstaff Festival
If your weekend plans are nonexistent, we suggest you take a little trip up north for a nice relaxing day surrounded by trees and that other green stuff called grass. The Second Annual Flagstaff Wine & Food Festival takes place in the pines of the Fort Tuthill Amphitheater just outside of Flagstaff this Saturday and Sunday. The two-day event will start at noon each day and features wines from local wineries including Arizona Stronghold, Jerome Winery, Javalina Leap. Nibble on food from over 20 participating restaurants from in and around the Flagstaff area. Tickets start at $15 per person and can be purchased by clicking right here

Chocolate for Breakfast
If you can make toast out of it you can eat it for breakfast, right? Although, we wouldn't actually make toast out of this Double Chocolate Loaf because, well it has chocolate in it and that would be messy, but if we really wanted to we could. Smoother this good lookin' loaf with a fresh batch of peanut butter cream cheese and you're ready to take on the day.

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