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Feeding Super Bowl visitors a year after New York's restaurant scene did it is a hard act for any city to follow. But for downtown Phoenix, the NFL's big game is a chance to simply score some points as a major culinary player. The city's mission: To simply get the word out that the desert city is a foodie's oasis.
The East Valley is home to several farmers markets every week, but what you might not know is that there is more than just local produce offerings available. A handful of these local, small companies work out of a shared kitchen in Chandler owned by AZ Food Crafters and sell their products at farmers markets around the East Valley. Check their websites (listed below) for details on current offerings and market locations.
Final call for regular season high school football before the November playoffs, so grab a beer and some tasty bites before heading to the field to watch the pigskin fly.
Every season has a reason, and for me, fall means pies. Whether your preference is a traditional American apple pie, holiday pumpkin or a modern take on a savory meat hand pie, these East Valley pie crafters are baking up sweet and savory slices of heaven.
The high school football season is just kicking into full gear, but as any good fan knows, you need plenty of good food to keep those cheers coming before, during and after the game. Below, you’ll find this week’s top five matchups, along with great places to grab a bite to eat before and after the game.
High school football season, that annual rite of fall, is upon us. The game is only part of the experience for football fans. It’s also about getting together with people in your community, before, during and after the contest.
Hear that? There it is again. It sounds like beat-up Ford trucks on dirt roads and boys in overalls going fishing. It sounds like front-porch stories and sticky Mississippi summers. It sounds like wistful if-onlys and lovely lullabies and bluegrass jigs. Oops, I must have left my latest Amos Lee album playing.
Zucchini bread is fine and all, but when you're staring down a mountain of summer abundance, how much of it can you really eat?
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — There's no shortage of hot dog stands hawking that spicy, oh-so-Alaska treat, the reindeer dog, in downtown Anchorage. But only one of them has consistently long lines.
Just months after announcing its expansion this fall into downtown Gilbert, at the corner of Gilbert Road and Page Avenue, Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, is announcing plans for its third Valley location.
Four Peaks holding drive for teacher supplies
Casanova Brothers Pizza
929 N. Val Vista Drive
(480) 539-6200 or CasanovaBrosPizza.com
Founded by brothers Michael and Anthony Casanova back in 2008, this pizza joint maintains a familial atmosphere highlighted by a stacked menu. Pizza toppings run the gamut from staples like pepperoni, sausage and black olives to selections like eggplant and fresh basil. Pizza is available as a whole pie or by the slice for customers looking for a quick bite for lunch.
Oregano’s Pizza Bistro
328 N. Gilbert Road
(480) 882-9336 or Oreganos.com
THIRD PLACE - TIE
Grimaldi’s Coal Brick Oven Pizzeria
2168 E. Williams Field Road, Suite 502
(480) 814-7722 or GrimaldisPizzeria.com
Sal’s Gilbert Pizza
1150 S. Gilbert Road
(480) 633-2226 or GilbertPizzaAZ.com
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Joe’s Real BBQ
301 N. Gilbert Road
(480) 503-3805 or JoesRealBBQ.com
Opened in January 1998, Joe’s Real BBQ has served as one of the Heritage District’s hallmarks. It offers residents a free meal every May and follows the motto “clean, delicious and friendly.” Founded by barbecue connoisseur and titular Gilbert native Joe Johnston, Joe’s Real BBQ cooks all its meat in one of three Oyler pits and uses pecan wood to smoke turkey, sausage, pork and other products.
2206 E. Williams Field Road, Suite 101
(480) 722-2781 or FamousDaves.com
2795 S. Market St., Suite 104
(480) 988-0724 or RynosBBQ.com
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ST. LOUIS — The Broadway Oyster Bar may be a mere block from the home stadium of the St. Louis Cardinals, but its heart lies in another Mississippi River city nearly 700 miles south.
In this May 7, 2014 photo, Hot Doug's owner Doug Sohn takes an order from doctors, Peter Kim and Subin Kim, from New York City at his gourmet hot dog diner in Chicago before they head to the airport to return home. Sohn announced he was shutting the doors of his "sausage superstore" in October. The diner has been a must-stop destination that has attracted locals and those from around the country for the past 14 years. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
In this May 7, 2014 photo, local tube steak aficionados and those from around the country line up outside Hot Doug's, a gourmet hot dog diner in Chicago. Owner Doug Sohn announced that he is shutting the doors of his "sausage superstore" in October after nearly 14 years for no other reason than he felt like it was time to move on. In a city long known for its love of hot dogs, this was news nobody relished. The establishment has become a must-stop destination for both locals and wiener fans from around the country. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
In this May 7, 2014 photo, Hot Doug's owner, Doug Sohn takes an order as local customers and out-of-towners line up outside his gourmet hot dog diner in Chicago. Sohn announced he's shutting the doors of his "sausage superstore" in October after nearly 14 years for no other reason than he felt like it was time to move on. It was bad news for locals and fans from around the country have turned the diner into a must-stop destination. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
In this May 7, 2014 photo, Doug Sohn, owner Hot Doug's, takes an order from John Schmidt, a local tube steak aficionado at the gourmet hot dog diner in Chicago. Sohn announced this week that he is closing the doors of his "sausage superstore" in October after nearly 14 years for no other reason than he felt like it was time to move on. In a city long known for its love of hot dogs, this was news nobody relished. The popular diner is is ones locals wait an hour to get inside and wiener fans from around the country have turned into a must-stop destination. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)