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ZuZu's Chef's Table and Chocolate Pasta

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ZuZu's Chef's Table
Hungry for a fancy meal and a few glasses of pinot? ZuZu at the Valley Ho in Scottsdale has you covered. Tonight, join ZuZu for their monthly Chef's Table Dinner featuring Row Eleven Wines. The four-course all-pinot noir menu starts with a ginger crusted Ahi with sweet peas and a pinot noir reduction. Next, enjoy a plate of fresh Duncan's Farm greens with truffle shoestring potatoes and a warm mushroom & thyme flan, braised lamb tortellini & a slow roasted chop, and a generous slice of ZuZu's carrot cake with cream cheese frosting for dessert. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m., $52 ++ per person. Call 480-248-2000 for reservations. 

Chocolate What?

That, friends, is a bowl of chocolate pasta with chocolate sauce. We're going to go ahead an give this one a thumbs down. We never thought we'd ever say no to chocolate but this is a bit too much. If you want to actually attempt this daring recipe, click here

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