from the press release
TUCSON, AZ – July 16, 2014 – Heirloom Farmers Markets is teaming up with outstanding local chefs from Tucson’s top restaurants to share the rich flavors of local food and mouthwatering recipes. Every Sunday at the new Rillito Park Farmers Market, patrons will discover a new chef and experience freshly prepared gourmet …[more...]
Did you know that the mojito has been routinely presented as a favorite drink of author Ernest Hemingway?
Traditionally, a mojito is a cocktail with five ingredients: white rum, sugar (traditionally sugar cane juice) or simple syrup, lime juice, sparkling water, and mint.
The original Cuban recipe uses spearmint or yerba buena, a mint variety very popular on the …[more...]
Long time readers of Circle of Food know that I (Karyn Zoldan) have been on On the Menu Live (delicious food radio) in the past and what a blast that is.
This time I won’t be a guest but instead will be one of the three hosts. Yes, a trifecta of female fatale foodie-ness along with Rita Connelly (…[more...]
Baskin-Robbins believes that ice cream puts people in a happy mood and they asked a behavioral food expert to do a survey proving what flavors make you the happiest. Salted caramel makes Circle of Food jump for joy as well as rich coffee. And when I think back to my childhood when I ate the most ice cream …[more...]
Have you noticed how anything made with coconut now has superstar status? This dinner is no exception. Check out the particulars, Tucson:
“Dinner with Chefs” at Agustin Kitchen ~ Wednesday, July 9th at 6 pm
Enjoy a five course coconut inspired dinner …[more...]
If you’re in Tucson silently praying or chanting for rain, here are some other things to do involving food and spirits around the July 4th weekend.
While many restaurants are closed, not all of them are so be sure to call first.
Here are a few of my favorites that are open:
Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails
Yep, it’s …
This location has been closed a long time and from the outside it looks ready. Since it’s nearly doubled inside, Circle of Food will be curious to see the finished product when it opens.
The corner of Ina & Oracle is a happening intersection except for that weird traffic turnaround. Who thinks this is …[more...]