Slow Food Tucson recently became Slow Food Southern Arizona! The chapter now encompasses Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, and Cochise counties. The new name represents a growing commitment to the Slow Food movement, as well as new possibilities for expansion, enhanced membership, and increased programming.
These two events are mutually exclusive but they both happen on November 10.
I love the idea of a Coffee Crawl visiting the city’s best coffee houses for roasting seminars and sampling. How very caffeinated!
The event happens from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Participating java joints include:
Cartel Coffee Lab
Sparkroot – …
Tucson: World Margarita Championship – October 26
The World Margarita Championship™ ~ Friday, October 26 ~ 6-9pm ~ Tucson Museum of Art
The event will feature exciting …[more...]
Arizona Restaurant Week – Sept 15-23
It’s that time of year again when we have emerged from our summer smother and are starting to look forward to the (Jewish) New Year, Autumnal Equinox (Sept 22) and Harvest Moon (Sept 29).
Arizona restaurants awaken and ruffle their proverbial feathers visioning a profitable …[more...]
In a nutshell: According to this ABC article, the animal rights group, Compassion Over Killing, filmed an undercover video showing electrically prodded cows and downer animals going into the food supply. The food at this Calif. slaughterhouse supplied 20 to 30 percent of meat for In-n-Out Burger and USDA national school lunch programs. In-n-Out has …[more...]
Today, August 15, 2012, is the 100th anniversary of Julia Child’s birth.
Julia Child is the reason we have the Food Network today. She showed us how to cook. She showed us how to cook with butter and cream and to make vegetables friendly. Julia had absolutely no attitude. She even showed up …[more...]
Tucson Culinary Altruism
You have to love this town because of all the culinary altruism where restaurants and organizations reach out to help the community. Here are four immediate opportunities.
Cooking for the Cure
Thursday, July 26 – 6 to 9 p.m.
Benefits: Susan G. Komen for the Cure Southern Arizona
Tucson’s favorite chefs …