Pop-Tarts Shop and Northern Arizona Wine Dinner in Today's Eater's Digest

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AZ Wine Dinner Meet Up

Tomorrow night join Jim Wiskerchen from mywinehelper.com at Fire it Up Grill in Chandler for a four course dinner paired with wines made right here in Arizona. For only $25(plus tax and gratuity) per person, enjoy Pina-melon Feta Salad, Nicoise Salad with Ahi Tuna, Organic Beef Stir Fry with Water Chestnuts, and Chipotle Double Chocolate Cheesecake. This dinner will showcase wines made up north from Freitas Vineyard, Juniper Well Ranch, Oak Creek, and Granite Creek. The last event sold out, reserve your spot by clicking here


Pop-Tarts, The New Cupcake?

Lately, we have noticed a lot of people have been making their own Pop Tarts. Not to mention we just got word that New York City will be the lucky recipient of the very first Pop-Tart shop which opens August 10th. We are a little jealous. The new store will feature the Varietizer, which allows you to create your own custom filled pop-tart. Yum!

Until we get our own Pop-Tart shop we'll have to keep making our own. This recipe for White Chocolate Rasberry Pop-Tarts should tide you over for a bit.  

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