What’s on the Tucson Feeds Paris Menu?

What does Parma, Italy; Phuket, Thailand; Bergen, Norway; and Tucson, Arizona have in common? Along with a dozen other cities scattered across the global scape, they all have been chosen as World Cities of Gastronomy by UNESCO, a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Tucson is the first U.S. city to be chosen which […]

Tucson: GUT Popup Dinner June 25

Everything is coming up Tucson gastronomy with GUT. When UNESCO chose Tucson as their World City of Gastronomy all hell broke loose in a good way which called media attention to Tucson tourism and its fab food and restaurant scene. Enter GUT – Gastronomy Union of Tucson is a collaboration of more than 30 local […]

The Parish Bartenders Win Cocktail Challenge

What an awesome event. Circle of Food was there sampling and I have to admit I also voted for this drink as my first choice. My second choice was from Contigo as it smelled like the desert (in a good way). All the cocktails represented Tucson well. Tucson Feeds Paris Cocktail Challenge presented six outstanding […]

6 Finalists Compete in Tucson Feeds Paris Cocktail Challenge

Congratulations to the six finalists who will be competing in the Tucson Feeds Paris Cocktail Challenge to have their cocktail represent Tucson, UNESCO City of Gastronomy, in Paris with Janos Wilder. You can taste these cocktails and vote for your favorite on Thursday. June 1 at The Carriage House from 5 to 7 pm. Tickets […]

Tucson Dining: Global Culinary Tours, Pop Up Dinners, Road Trips

Getting on a jet plane and flying halfway around the world is so not fun anymore. If you won’t be flying to a foreign destination – no worries – here in Tucson you can eat like a globe trotter at Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails Around the Globe Culinary Tour in celebration of our UNESCO City […]

Winner of Tucson Cocktail Challenge Represented in Paris

Fun event to choose the  Tucson UNESCO Paris-bound cocktail – keep reading… With Tucson’s entry into the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in 2015 as the first US City of Gastronomy has come a wealth of publicity and awareness of the culinary history of the “Old Pueblo” around the world.  Recently, the city received an invitation […]

North Italia Tucson for Authentic Taste of Italy’s Regions

North Italia is a Fox Restaurant Concepts (FRC) that should not be missed. According to Vitopaolo Prencipe, assistant general manager, Italy has 20 different regions each with their own ingredients and generations of growers and producers. Additions to the new menu features menu items from the center of Italy combining north and south for Italian […]

Tucson Mother’s Day Dining, Bright Ideas

Mother’s Day is May 14. Get a little fancy and send Mom an invitation to brunch whether handmade, digitally-creative or from a card or paper store. Forget flowers from the grocery store and give it some thought. What about a gift that keeps on giving all year like a subscription from Amazing Clubs? Wine? Beer? […]

Food Recall: Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Waffles, French Toast

The food recall was initiated after testing indicated the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in the plant environment. Pinnacle Foods Inc. is voluntarily recalling all “Best By” dates of Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Frozen Waffles & Frozen French Toast Slices distributed nationally in the United States and one product into Mexico because they have the potential […]

Think Food and Hunger for Arizona Gives Day

April 4th is Arizona Gives Day. It’s the one day when thousands of people use their credit cards to give generously to their favorite Arizona-based charities. And what a giving society we are. Since 2013, the single, statewide day of giving has raised $7.4 million for Arizona nonprofits. Here are some food-based charities to consider: […]