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Noca Beer Dinner, Kitchen Witches and Donut Men in Today's Eater's Digest

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Hungry for your early morning serving of food news, with no preservatives or additives?

Beer Pairing Dinner
Get your tickets now for Thursdays beer pairing dinner with with Four Peaks Brewery at Noca on Camelback. The four course tasting menu will feature Crispy Chicken Thighs, Berkshire Pork Belly Sopas, Oatmeal Stout Braised Shortribs, and an Oatmeal Stout Shake for dessert. A Maine Lobster Corn Dog will be available for the Supplemental Course. All four(or five) courses will be matched with a delicious Four Peaks brew. Tickets are $48 per person for dinner, $12 for beer pairings, plus tax and gratuity. The supplemental course is available for an extra $20. Call (602) 956-6622 to RSVP.


"Kitchen Witches"
Don't miss out on a little bit of theater with a foodie twist this fall. Tempe Little Theater presents "Kitchen Witches" the story of two feuding cable access cooking show hostesses who will entertain you with with their foodie fighting in this comedy written by Caroline Smith. Performances run from September 17 through October 3. Tickets go on sale this Wednesday. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. 

DONUTS!
We love donuts but could do without the severe guilt that follows indulging in those delicious circles of fried dough and sugar. Feel only half the guilt by whipping up a batch of these Baked Cinnamon Donuts., no frying needed. Don't forget to make your own little donut man to add a little extra fun to your day!

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