Outdoor Dinner Parties and SELF Mag Blog-Off Results

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A round-up of tasty morsels from Valley food blogs.

Beverly Burch of The Willows posed a very exciting question on her blog this week. She asked, "Wouldn't it be fun if my daughter Christine (former chef of Palatte) hosted dinner parties you could attend with friends for a flat fee? Appetizers, dinner, dessert, all included. Would you go to something like that?" Um, yes please. That sounds like a delightful idea. What do you think?

Chef/Nutritionist Michele Dudash posted the results of the blog off she competed in with 4 other bloggers to be the next Eat Like Me blogger for SELF Magazine. While she didn't win, she is "taking this valuable experience and turn it into something even more fabulous." She has some new plans for her own blog that might help some of you get ideas on how to continue to eat more healthfully, like sharing what she chooses to eat on a regular day. Check it out.

Hey metro Phoenix eaters, if you have a food blog or know of one we've missed, leave word in the comments section.

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