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Arizona Community Farmers Market Group

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 17:08

Arizona Farmers’ Markets:

A Very Brief History  by Dee Logan

Once upon time, about 24 years ago an interesting concept was discussed and organized in the

office of then mayor Terry Goddard and the forward thinking members of the Phoenix City

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Arizona Centennial- 100 Years of Desert Dining by Elin Jeffords

Monday, April 9, 2012 - 16:09

The great American restaurant cities share certain traits. They are generally long-established, situated on waterways or the coasts and have a rich tradition of emigration (think New York City, Boston, Chicago, New Orleans and San Francisco). To some extent that leaves the Western interior of the country playing hospitality catch-up. Phoenix is a prime example of a frontier desert outpost that didn’t spread its mythical wings and take off until after World War II and the advent of air-conditioning. Before that, culinary pickings were mighty slim.


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Welcome to the Cuisine of Arizona Blog

Friday, April 6, 2012 - 10:29

For more than a decade, Cuisine of Arizona has been the Arizona's Premier Culinary Guide to Fine Restaurants and Wineries - the ultimate restaurant, recipe and winery resource for foodies, travelers and industry insiders. This incredible, artfully presented guide includes current menus, descriptions and photographs of the top restaurants and wineries with detailed information about each one of them, as well as favorite recipes from some of the world's top chefs.


Stay tuned for more blog entries!

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