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20: Natalie Morris

9 years ago by Chow Bella
From now 'til we publish the 2012 edition of Best of Phoenix, New Times and Chow Bella present 100 Tastemakers -- Valley residents who make the cut in our culinary scene. Some you'll know; for others, it'll be a first introduction (but likely not the last). While you're here, check...
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Big Brain Update: Natalie Morris

10 years ago by Michele Laudig
​In preparation for this year's Big Brain awards, we're checking up with a few of last year's winners. Know an emerging creative who could use $1000? Nominate 'em right here before March 14. Today we're checking in on last year's foodie winner, Natalie Morris. The past year has been la...
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Natalie Morris' Perfect Food Day

10 years ago by Jennifer Woods
Natalie Morris really gets around when it comes to food. She went to culinary school, wrote about food, then wrote some more about food. She went clear across the globe only to learn more about food and returned eating fewer foods as she's mostly vegetarian these days. You can find...
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Natalie Morris' 5 Best Soups in Metro Phoenix

8 years ago by Phoenix New Times
The countdown to Best of Phoenix is on. Mark your calendar: This year's issue will be on newsstands September 26. What better way to warm up than by asking some local "experts" to list their own personal bests? This week Natalie Morris -- the founder/owner of Good Food Finder (a...
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Big Brain Update: Good Food Finder's Natalie Morris

7 years ago by Heather Hoch
Leading up to this year's Big Brain Awards, we're checking in with past winners. Up today: Natalie Morris. Natalie Morris won her Big Brain award in 2010, before we had a culinary category. As our "wild card" category pick, her dedication to quality and sustainability of food, combined with her...
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Photos From Last Night's FnB Fundraiser for Natalie Morris

11 years ago by Michele Laudig
Thank heaven for food spies. Slow Foodie-about-town Valerie Paxton was at FnB last night for a special fundraising dinner for local Slow Food advocate Natalie Morris, who's about to head to Italy to get her master's in food culture and communications at the University of Gastronomic Sciences. Paxton took lots...
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April 1 In Blogs: Space 55, Pitchfork, Natalie Morris, and Jan Brewer

10 years ago by Jonathan McNamara
​​In the 24-hour news cycle, it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries:...
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How Natalie Morris Went to Italy and Came Back a Vegetarian

10 years ago by Jennifer Woods
We knew that last year's Big Brain award winner, Natalie Morris, was back in town but she recently shared with us a little secret that we almost couldn't believe. After eating her way around the world -- trying foods like Tibetan yak cheese and Icelandic preserved shark -- she came...
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Big Brain Award Winner Natalie Morris Makes Art of Gastronomic Proportions

11 years ago by Michele Laudig
Natalie Morris was a Slow Foodie by pure instinct. During culinary school at the Art Institute, the budding chef hadn't heard about the global movement to eat seasonal, local food, but she immediately recognized a key issue: "Why do we have to keep ordering food from one big company? It's...
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Foodista Natalie Morris Offers Her Own 12-Days-of-Christmas Locavore Gift-Guide

8 years ago by Nikki Buchanan
On the off chance we haven't provided you with enough holiday gift-giving ideas for every conceivable kind of food and drink-oriented person in the universe (did we overlook the gluten-free, nut-allergic grill-master on the Paleo diet?), we thought we'd hook you up with local food maven Natalie Morris, who is...

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