Scottsdale chef, Heather Walker, is busy prepping for the Food Network’s “Spring Baking Championship” on March 12. Walker began her career as a successful cook, when she began competing in food competitions winning over $100,000 in cash and prizes. She has also launched her own Web site, Phoenix Family Foodie, where she...
It is safe to say that Chef Scott Conant is a busy man, with the recent opening of Phoenix's super well-received Mora Italian. However, the superstar chef is making time to do a meet-and-greet with fans at the Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show, March 3 to 5 at University of Phoenix Stadium. Chef Conant has partnered with Sogno Toscano to launch VARRO Select, a line of 40-year aged balsamic vinegar, Fattoria Suvereto olive oil, sun dried tomatoes, olives and artichokes, and he will be on site 12 to 2 p.m. each day to discuss what is in store for the brand. Here, we chat with Chef Conant about Mora, his local favorites and tips for at-home chefs.
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.
- 1. Quiessence at the Farm
One of three restaurants located at Phoenix’s The Farm at South Mountain, Quiessence at the Farm comprises a farmhouse among towering trees and a beautiful patio (where you...
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
Chef Cullen Campbell of Okra and Crudo
Favorite holiday tradition? Decorating...