Roy's Wine Dinner and Summer Pasta in Today's Eater's Digest

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Franciscan Oakville Estate Dinner
Tonight, Roy's at Desert Ridge will be hosting a very special wine dinner feature pairings from Napa Valley winemaker Franciscan. the five course meal will feature Citrus Lobster Dim Sum, Ginger Honey Seared Scallop, Kurobuta Pork, Wagyu Flay Iron Steak & Lacqured Fois Gras and will be finished off with a grilled peach tart. $65.00 per person + tax & gratuity call 480-419-7697for reservations. 

Try to Stay Cool
We don't have to remind you that it's hot outside and it's not going to cool down anytime in the near future. Phoenix blogger Tessa over at Handle the Heat know this too and has a great recipe up for a light meal that won't weigh you down in case you have to venture out in to the summer swelter. Whole Wheat Pasta with Summer Veggie Sauce. Not only does it look delicious, it's also healthy. while your there, check out the rest of her blog and all of her pretty food pictures.

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