Luke Ciotta, What Are You Eating?

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Luke Ciotta

Ciotta is the drummer for local pop/rock group Absent Akridge

What'd you eat for dinner last night? Pasta with vodka sauce and a Greek salad

Favorite food: Hummus and pita

Least favorite food: Anything deep-fried

Favorite dessert: Rice Pudding

Favorite local restaurant and meal to order there: Chen's Garden (16720 E Avenue Of The Fountains, Fountain Hills), Thai Style Chow Mai Fun

Favorite local bar and cocktail to order there: Still a youngin', but I like Green Tea Frappuccino's from Starbucks.

Favorite thing to cook at home: Artichoke fritata

Favorite memory involving food: 100-foot long ice cream sundae that later became a full-on food war

Recipe or food tip to share: Enjoy the food you eat and, even more, the people you share it with.

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