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Luxury Thanksgiving Table Servingware


Thanksgiving dinner is the perfect day to bring out the nice dishes, silverware and servingware. Here is a roundup of some luxurious options to add to your collection this year.


Q&A with Chef Paul Bartolotta


Chef Paul Bartolotta is a two-time James Beard Award-winning chef from Wauwatosa, Wis. He trained in both Italy and France, and later returned to the United States, where he opened a restaurant with his brother. The two of them now operate a restaurant group, The Bartolotta Restaurants, with 11 different eateries. Bartolotta will be leading the all-star chefs panel at azcentral Food & Wine Experience on Sunday, Nov. 8 outside of Scottsdale Fashion Square.

AFM: How did you get involved with azcentral Food & Wine Experience?

PB: A good friend of mine in Chicago had friends in the...


Holes in One: The Valley's Donut Craze

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By Mellisa Larsen

Photography by Cori Roberts

Like cupcakes before them, the Valley is, well, nuts about doughnuts. Spots have sprouted throughout the Valley within the last year, all producing innovative and, most importantly, mouthwatering favors. Many are thinking outside the box—or ring—as some of the newest local doughnut makers are churning out varieties like chocolate-rose-pistachio and spicy Thai coconut that are making sweet teeth swoon. Read on to get to know a few of our...


Farm to Table: More than a Trend?

“Farm to table” is all the rage these days. For example, here in the foothills we have Quiessence, and the JW Marriott spa has decided to cash in on the trend as well.  



New York: A Taste of the Five Boroughs


photo courtesy: Long Island CVB

New York: dream or reality?

Both, of course, especially for those who have enjoyed its multifarious culinary excellences.

Every block is a new experience, a new world, a celebration as much of diverse food as the ethnic diversity of America. Each of the five boroughs is a food adventure as is Long Island, from the bridges and tunnels out of the city to the fabulous Hamptons.

Of course Manhattan, originally the home of the Lenape Native Americans before Verrazano and succeeding ships arrived, has you-name-it everything: French...

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