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50 Favorite Restaurants in Phoenix 2016

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Could you go for a hearty steak or a stellar slice? Perhaps your sweet tooth needs to be satiated? Look no further. In no particular order, here are 50 of our Valley favorites. 

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The Holiday Table: Valley Chefs' Holiday Traditions

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Grandma’s noodles and fresh-baked yeast rolls slathered in butter and dill. Roasted chestnut soup and sweet panettone French toast. Six Valley chefs share their favorite holiday dishes and traditions—as well as their insight on new seasonal food trends and the tastiest treats to gift (and which they hope to receive).

Photography by Kayla Fisher

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Chef Cullen Campbell of Okra and Crudo

Favorite holiday tradition? Decorating...

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What Valley Baristas Are Drinking This Fall

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Snuggling up with a big crochet blanket and a warm cuppa (near a fireplace, if you’re lucky enough to have one)—this is what fall is all about. Autumn is a vibrant season full of good vibes, allspice, nutmeg, and the inviting scent of a fresh brew of coffee drifting through the room on a chilly morning. We chatted with baristas from four local coffee shops around the Valley to get their take on the best autumn-inspired coffee, tea and other drinks. So grab your favorite mug, light some candles and get cozy.

King Coffee, Tempe

Warm cookies mean fall is...

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Q&A with Celebrity Chef Scott Conant

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The azcentral Food & Wine Experience is a feast for the senses for Valley food connoisseurs. From Nov. 4-6, this culinary spectacle will feature 60 restaurants and counting, grand tastings, various dining experiences and famous chefs, including the highly anticipated celebrity chef and restaurateur Scott Conant. “Chopped” star and owner of such restaurants as Impero Caffè and Scarpetta, Conant will put on an hour-long cooking demonstration on Sunday, Nov. 6. Guests can also take part in a “Soiree with Scott,”

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Q & A: Italian Cooking School, Cook in Sicily

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An idyllic escape from the constant rush of today's world, Cook in Sicily is a cooking school tucked away in the gorgeous rolling hills of Sicily. Here, you can learn the secrets of cooking traditional Sicilian cuisine, while fully embracing the relaxed Sicilian lifestyle full of breathtaking views, incredible food, tasty wine, swims at dusk and much more. Cook in Sicily takes you far beyond the food to the culture of Sicily and what makes this the perfect place to refresh your body, soul and mind. This Q&A with Cook in Sicily co-founder Tawney Hughes takes a deeper look at all Cook in Sicily has to offer.

 

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