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We all have our favorite cookie recipes that are part of our family traditions this time of year. In my parents’ household, holiday baking included sugar cookies and spritz.
On Monday evenings, runners, walkers, kids in strollers and wagons, and the occasional dog gather on the patio at Maynard’s.
I've tried a new cold, beet soup and I thought I'd share it with you before the weather cools off too much. Does that sound overly optimistic for a desert dweller?
My husband and I are pretty adventurous about food, so looking back, I'm surprised that it took our daughters to introduce us to hummus – a Middle Eastern spread or dip made with chickpeas and sesame.
I had the most exciting afternoon last week, at the apprentice chef meeting at Lodge on the Desert as they prepared for their September 8th Primavera Cooks! meal.
Contributed photo, Prosciutto-wrapped halibut sits atop a bed of creamed corn and spinach.
Are you enjoying the abundance of inexpensive berries this summer — nature's own multivitamin and mineral pills? I can't think of a food that tops berries for color, flavor, and visual appeal.
I love gazpacho.
After a hot summer day that involved way too much yard work, my husband and I dined at the bar of a Greek restaurant and got to chat with the owner.
As a child growing up in Phoenix, I always looked forward to the Fourth of July. My family would sit on top of our patio roof with an enormous bowl of popcorn while we enjoyed the fireworks from Turf Paradise.
Is there an opening in your Saturday morning calendar? Hit the Oro Valley Farmer's Market.
What a thrill to be the new cooking columnist for The Explorer.
Marana church recognized for growth, reach
The Fine Arts and Crafts Guild at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church will hold its annual Masterpiece Festival all day Oct. 4.