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Scottsdale-Based Restaurant Service Blog and a Pumpkin with Gruyere Soup Recipe

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

We were alerted to this Scottsdale-based blog about customer service from an ex waiter who spent many years in kitchens and he's ready to tell his stories and get yours on Amazing Service, Really. We thought that his post on Front of the House (FOH) versus Back of the House (FOH) titled A House Divided Cannot Serve was thoughtful and insightful for those of us who might not have worked in the hospitality industry.

If you have extra jack-o-lanterns or other various winter squash lying around, here's a very French recipe to get your taste buds excited. It's Pumpkin Soup with Gruyere from Carolyn Van Slyke of Boho Farm and Home. She served it to some party guests and they begged her for the recipe. This might be a perfect make-ahead starter dish for Thanksgiving.

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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