“On Thanksgiving Day, all over America, families sit down to dinner at the same moment — halftime.” ~author unknown
I found this article in the New York Times fascinating. They provided 50 dishes with recipes from the 50 states + DC and Puerto Rico…the United States of Thanksgiving. Let’s see.
I grew up in Ohio…OMG…English Peas …[more...]
from the press release
Tucson, Ariz– Philanthropy never tasted so good! Each fall, Chef/owners Jim “Murph” Murphy and Jeff Azersky kick off the season with a donation to the Community Food Bank from the …[more...]
Here’s what’s on the menu? Indian pizza, BYOP, Pieology
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Vero Amore and The Twisted Tandoor are teaming up again to offer one of the world’s newest taste sensations — the Indian Pizza!
Circle of Food and friends went last month and we’re going back. These flavor combinations are positively addicting.…[more...]
Circle of Food can think of many ways to celebrate. If you’re in Tucson, here’s one idea:
Blanco Tacos + Tequilas is celebrating but not just for a day, let’s live it up taco-wise from October 4 through October 10.
Chef Eddie Coronado is featuring a Chipotle Chicken Taco. Blanco’s chipotle marinated chicken is lovingly braised with …[more...]
Talk about connections. Just say you’re Oprah Winfrey and you read a book that you love (The Hundred Foot Journey) by author Richard C. Morais. Then call up your friend Steve Spielberg and ask him to make this book into a movie.
The story is about an immigrant Indian family (with …[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...]
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 …