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(Family Features) Fall has arrived, and with it comes the king of all seasonal flavors – pumpkin pie spice.
(Family Features) Whether you’re preparing for a big gathering or hosting a small dinner with loved ones, make any get-together a special occasion with a twist on delicious, seasonal classics.
These new Hotel Congress Bar Eats and craft cocktails are impossible not to enjoy. Whether it’s the scrumptious bites from Executive Chef Michael Byrer or thirst quenching drinks from the cocktail dream team, David Clark and Matt Talavera, guests can enjoy these generous tidbits and tastes in the Tap Room, Lobby Bar, Club Congress Bar, and on the plaza. The $5 Bar Eats are no doubt a bargain and can be savored daily from 4 p.m. to kitchen close while the Book of Drinks cocktails are available all the time and only $5 during Happy Hour from 4 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. With seven new editions to the menus, the Hotel Congress continues to solidify their reputation for having something for everyone.
(StatePoint) Anticipating holiday guests? By keeping a few flavorful, unique items in the pantry and refrigerator, entertaining can both look and be simple and innovative. One easy, yet impressive way to entertain your guests’ taste buds is with a cheese plate.
(NAPSI)—Being away on business or vacation can mean frequent unhealthy fast food or expensive restaurants but one clever cook has the perfect solution.
(Family Features) Whether cooking for a crowd or serving up a regular weeknight meal for two, nothing warms the body and pleases the appetite like a bubbling pot of rich, flavorful chili.
(BPT) - Fall brings cooler temperatures, changing leaves, and most importantly (many will argue) football! Nothing beats rooting for your team with good friends and good game grub. Whether you’ll be cheering from the couch or chanting in the stadium, you can easily up your game when it comes to awesome tailgate fare. Make these dishes ahead of time, so you can just pack them in the cooler or set them out on the table on game day and not miss a minute of the action.
(NAPSI)—Breakfast has long been considered the most important meal of the day, but hectic morning routines can sometimes get in the way of starting the day with a wholesome meal. California avocados, in season now, are the perfect fruit and nourishing breakfast solution for any busy morning schedule.
Backyard entertaining is getting a Mexican makeover as grillers put a new spin on summer staples like beer can chicken, corn on the cob and even frozen beverages. This menu full of vibrant flavor is perfect for a fiesta inspired cookout, just in time for Labor Day.
(BPT) - Don’t let the first “ding-dong” of the doorbell catch you up to your elbows in dirty dishes and half-finished appetizers.
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Food Network host, top-selling cookbook author and hard-working mom Marcela Valladolid has teamed up with Safeway (NYSE: SWY) to create the Marcela Valladolid brand. The new Safeway-exclusive Marcela Valladolid brand offers a wide assortment of quality and flavorful food products that make it easy for shoppers to bring home a real taste of Mexico.
Who would want to spend hot summer evenings in the kitchen? This summer, leave dinner to Epazote Kitchen & Cocktails, the new dining concept at Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort.
About a mile north of Cortaro Road along Silverbell Road, nestled in an area of Marana predominantly filled with homes is the Station Pub and Grill.
When it comes to dining at establishments offered by the Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain, there is no question it will probably be intriguing and tasty. Recently, Cayton’s Restaurant introduced a new dining choice for visitors, taking the all-American experience of burgers, shakes, salads and sandwiches to a new level.
The holiday season is all about getting together with family and friends. Have guests over for a no-fuss, no-stress cocktail party. For a memorable party for you and your guests, serve a festive cocktail and a couple of elegant but easy-to-make appetizers.
Tucson’s sweet side will be revealed as the city’s best pastry chefs, bakers and restaurants compete in Southern Arizona’s largest dessert competition on Friday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m.
Getting one’s driver’s license has long been treated as a huge rite of passage for 16-year-olds across America. It represents freedom and the dawn of adulthood and always comes equipped with fantasies of late-night joyrides and blasting the radio at top volume. What I’m about to say then is not that the dream is dead, but that maybe it has lost some of its luster.
After 90 years in business, it’s hard to review an entity like El Charro, which has become one of Tucson’s most popular places for lunch, Happy Hour and dinner.
Oregano’s Pizza Bistro opened the doors to a second Tucson location on March 27 on the Northwest side.
There’s a new craze in Tucson, and the Town of Marana recently got a taste of it when hundreds of residents filled the Tower Theatres parking lot on Feb. 6 to go truck hopping.
Oro Valley’s Sabino Artisan Chocolates offers a large selection of smooth, silky and melty temptations ranging from milk, dark and white sweetness.
Tucked away at the edge of Marana you can find a diamond in the rough restaurant—Dove Mountain Grill. Last week I was prepared to sample the bar menu, but upon walking inside, my guests and I felt compelled to sit down for a full-fledged dinner. Maybe it was because of the beautiful décor, or how we were greeted, but once inside we got the feeling that this restaurant knew what they are doing with food—and this feeling steered us in the right direction.