A familiar face of the local food movement, Natalie Morris, has been given the opportunity of a lifetime: to study at the renowned University of Gastronomic Sciences in Parma, Italy.
¡Bienvenidos Here! is an initiative of ASU’s art and community class taught by Gregory Sale. It is intended to encourage the bridging of the ASU community with Phoenix, specifically the Garfield district.
Nov 7, 2009 (Sat) 10AM – 4PM Local First Arizona will celebrate locally owned businesses with the 5th Annual Certified Local Fall Festival. The free, family-friendly festival will showcase a variety of local businesses, restaurants, live music and children’s activities. Unique vendors will show off their wares & our favorite Arizona restaurants will be giving… Read more
I know it seems silly to go to a Middle Eastern market for white peaches, but I’m comfortable with my silliness.
So, I am doing something fun this week. I am reviewing a movie that I have never seen before, ‘Babette’s Feast,’ and also talking about my recent foray into cooking at home — let’s call that ‘Chad’s Feast.’
If you want healthy, delicious food to grace our public schools’ cafeterias, now you can take a stand. This Labor Day (Monday, September 7) Slow Food Phoenix will be staging an eat-in at the Arizona State Fairgrounds in response to the Child Nutrition Act, and the public is welcome to come and show its support.