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Robert Mondovi Wine Tour and Peanut Butter "Art" in Today's Eater's Digest

Hungry for your early morning serving of food news, with no preservatives or additives?Wine TourThe Robert Mondovi Winery are taking their wines on tour this spring. First stop; Scottsdale. Catch the Robert Mondavi Discover Tour this weekend, April 9-10 at the Scottsdale Culinary Festival's Great American Picnic. All levels of...
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Wine Tour
The Robert Mondovi Winery are taking their wines on tour this spring. First stop; Scottsdale. Catch the Robert Mondavi Discover Tour this weekend, April 9-10 at the Scottsdale Culinary Festival's Great American Picnic. All levels of wine drinkers, self proclaimed "experts" to the folks that have only enjoyed wine from a box, are encouraged to stop by and sample their goods. Representatives will be on hand to help the newbies learn more about different wines and answer any questions the more experienced drinker may have. $5 per person + the price of admission into the picnic ($10) + $1 per sample.

Peanut Butter and What?!
We're really not sure what to think of Peanut Butter & Co.'s Nutropolitan Museum of Art. Is it art? Is it edible? Obviously a way to promote their peanut butter, but do they really think the right way to go about this is by slapping some of their PB on bread and then topping it with olives? Yikes! Other horrific combinations include peanut butter, romaine, croutons and anchovies and peanut butter topped with caviar. See for yourself here. Let us know of you're as grossed out as we are.



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