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September 23 - 26 spend an evening down south for the Tucson Greek Festival at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. Live music, Dancing and of course plenty of food. Everything from Gyros to Pastitsio, and of course Spanakopita. Wanna learn how to make it yourself? Don't miss out on the abundance of culinary demonstrations that will be taking place. Admission is only $3 and kids under 12 are free. Click here for the full schedule.
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If you can't make it down to Tucson this weekend, have no fear. The Phoenix Greek Festival is next weekend, October 9 -11 at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral. celebrate the 50th year of this favorite festival with lots of food, dancing, art, and fun activities for the kids. Click here for more information.
While everyone else is busy making soups and watching leaves change colors, we are still stuck in triple digits, longing for the day that we can make our own soups without sweating our behinds off in the kitchen. Until then we will keep cooking like it's still summer. These Shrimp Tostadas with Avocado Salsa can be made with minimal time spent in the kitchen. Perfect for an easy and satisfying weeknight meal.