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Tequila and More Tequila
Tonight, Scottsdale restaurant Cein Agaves invites you to their "Passport to Tequila" event in their upstairs Cantina. Espolon, Cabo Wabo, and Hornitos will all be in attendance with samples of their fine agave spirits. The tequila starts flowing at 6:30 p.m. and will continue on until 11 p.m. Just $15 per person. Click here for the details.
For those of you on the west side of town, you don't have to miss out on the tequila fun. Tomorrow, Tiburon in Litchfield Park is throwing a wine and tequila party. Sample various Tequilas from Patron or sip on wine from the Robert Mondavi Private Select series. Hors d'oeuvres such as Ahi Tartar, Chips with Roasted Avocado Salsa and even a carving station with Pork Loin Sliders will be served. Live music and a jewelry and art exhibit complete the night. Tickets are $20 per person. Visit Tiburon's website for details.
Mini Corn Dog Time
The state fair is still 49 days away. That means 49 days till we can pig out on everything and anything that can be battered and thrown in a fryer. Like corn dogs. For those of you that can't wait until October 14th, try making a batch of these super cute Mini Corn Dogs because not only does everything taste better fried, everything also taste better in mini form.
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