Writer and Photographer Kyndra Kelly othing says fall time like these bright orange foods! Not only are they beautiful, but they are also delicious!...
Happy food makes you healthy and happy!
Painter Amado Peña doesn’t know what to expect when he reunites with ceramist Rich Lopez for a unique collaboration at the Thunderbird Artists 25th Annual Fall Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival, but that’s part of the fun.
Arizona is known for stunning desert landscapes and pristine golf courses. Over the past few years, Arizona has also become known for its thriving culinary scene, and continues to attract award-winning chefs from across the world to share their take on global cuisine.
Across the North Valley, artists have been doing just that as they fire clay molds and glass to create some of the most beautiful, unique bowls for this year’s Foothills Empty Bowls Lunch and Art Auction to honor World Hunger Day.
There is nothing better than a warm, creamy plate of pasta in the fall time. The Boursin cheese in this dish adds such a depth of flavor, and creaminess unlike anything else! Boursin cheese is available at most grocery stores. Feel free to add protein of your choice to this dish. As-is, this recipe is vegetarian friendly.
Wine lovers rejoice! An extraordinary event is coming to Arizona that will feature food and wine pairings curated by an acclaimed international chef and one of the world’s most celebrated winemakers, all in a spectacular setting.
A great way to use up any meats and veggies you have leftover is to turn them into something delicious! This tasty soup can be put together in a matter of 15 minutes. Add a tablespoon of fish sauce for more of an umami flavor. Red curry paste can be adjusted according to your heat tolerance.
Though the heirloom tomatoes make this tarte a work of art, feel free to make this all year long with any fresh tomatoes and any kind of cheese. Makes a terrific appetizer, or a light lunch/dinner!
It begins with a slight whiff of something wonderful. Within a few hours, the scent of the summertime barbecues of childhood begins to fill the air, and by mid-day, it becomes an aromatic dinner bell for anyone fortunate enough to find themselves within a radius of a city block or two.
For many chefs and culinary professionals, the most coveted and meaningful recognition in the industry is the James Beard Award. The James Beard Foundation represents excellence in the culinary industry through its awards, advocacy training, educational initiatives and scholarship programs. In late September, the James Beard Foundation will come to Phoenix as part of its 10-city annual Taste America tour.