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Best Valley Farmers' Markets

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According to the Arizona Farm Bureau, Arizona agriculture is a $10.3-billion industry. The Valley offers numerous farmers’ markets that offer up almost anything you can think of—from farm-fresh fruits and veggies to just-cut flowers and homemade gifts. Instead of rushing to the grocery store, soak up some sun and...

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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: 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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Luxury Thanksgiving Table Servingware

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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.

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Q&A with Matthew Grunwald

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Scottsdale native and professional chef Matthew Grunwald knows a thing or two about cooking. Starting June 7, the 22-year-old will compete on Food Network Star as the show’s youngest ever contestant, where he’ll simmer, slice and sauté to the death against 12 other finalists – some twice his age. And although he’s hungry for the win, Grunewald is adamant that it will always be about the food. “It’s a catalyst for bringing people together,” he says passionately...

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