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A team of Mongolian chefs prepares many stir-fry dishes on the 650-degree circular grill. After cooking each creation, they add sauce and the starch each guest has selected to make for a one-of-a kind meal.
The finished bowl is exemplary of the five steps behind the Genghis “Build Your Own Bowl” process: choose your protein, season your protein, pick your vegetables, select a sauce and call your starch.
Accompanied by a frozen margarita, the topopo salad comes presented as a mound of chopped chicken shreds, piles of marinated lettuce, peas, beans, and carrots, and is surrounded by columns of cheese, avocado slices and tomatoes.
The Sahuaro omelet is both massive and tasty filled with artichokes, mushrooms, tomatoes, green chiles, onions, spinach, jack and cheddar cheeses and accompanied by breakfast potatoes.
The sweet corn and green chile custard entrée proves to be both a tasty and elegant vegetarian dish.
The Sunflower Arts and Crafts Club presents $1,000 to Roadrunner Elementary School. Pictured from left to right: Club Secretary Velma Whittingham, Outgoing President Chris Naughton, Principal Elizabeth Armenta, Incoming President, Jeanne Collins, and member Evelyn Moore.
Mr. K’s 3 Meat Rib Meal comes with two sides for $14. Shown here are Ribs, Green Chili Corn Bread and Mac n Chesse.
The Shrimp Pasta proves to be both pretty and tasty as tagliolini pasta, four jumbo shrimp, tomatoes and basil are mixed together producing flavors of garlic and spice.
Mark Kelly, former astronaut and husband of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, visited Mesa Verde Elementary School Tuesday to return the school’s yearbook that he took on his final mission into space.
A selection of charcuterie and cheeses are accompanied by San Tan Devil’s Ale, and Silvertab zinfandel.
Alex Ballesteros, 7, sits on the lap of Santa (Elk member Tom Teal) while Mrs. Claus (Elk member Gail Markwell) listens about what he wants for Christmas.
Elk member Mary Aldrich assists Roadrunner Elementary School children in opening their Christmas gifts.
Shopping for clothes in the boys’ section, Elks members, Barb and Steve Thomas, assist 5-year-old Holden Matthews Thomas Cochran.
A cheese crisp with green chilies proves to be a sizeable and delicious group appetizer.
A half portion of Picazzo’s Berry-licious proves to be plenty for two people to eat, and also appealing to the eyes.
More than 500 students and staff get excited when they learn the Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge donated $1,200 in art supplies during a special assembly Nov. 18.
Picazzo’s caprese appetizer is served as kebobs with mozzarella balls, cherry tomatoes and basil leaves.
Members of the Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge were happy to show the students of Roadrunner Elementary School the $1,200 in art supplies they donated. Pictured is Elks members Alane Asp, at far left, Joyce Garcia, middle, and school Principal Elizabeth Armenta, at right.
At approximately 10:40 a.m. on Nov. 6, officers from the Tucson Police Department’s Operations Division in Midtown acted in response to a report of a suspicious vehicle.