Taste 2010, Crave Potato Chips Make Their Debut and Bacon on a Cupcake in Today's Eater's Digest

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If you're an architecture buff and a foodie then you won't want to miss the free panel discussion tonight at 8 at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. David Tyda will be interviewing the architects behind Uptown Phoenix's most creative adaptive re-use of Midcentury Modern buildings, such as Postino's, The Parlor and Tuck Shop.

Denee McKinley from The City of Phoenix Development Services Department will also be there to address the pros and cons of re-using these buildings. For more information click here.

Taste 2010 "A World of Flavor" sponsored by University of Phoenix to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of the Phoenix Metro area

is happening this Sunday, April 11th, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Kierland Commons. Guest can stroll and enjoy sampling various wines and culinary delights from restaurants such as BLT Steak, Fogo De Chao, Stingray Sushi and many more. Visit Taste 2010.com for tickets and Directions.

If you happen to be at Phoenix International Raceway over the next few days for the Subway fresh Fit 600, keep an out for Crave Potato Chips. This new snack is the creation of Former Arizona Cardinal player Jamir Miller who is now the CEO and Founder of Sack Time Snacks, Inc. The local based snack company will be debuting thier Crave Chips (which happen to be all natural and kettle cooked) at the races. Visit the Crave website to find out more.

Bacon makes everything better, even cupcakes. Maple Bacon Cupcakes, don't ask questions just try them.

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