The 10th year reunion for WordCamp happened Feb. 15-17, 2019 downtown Phoenix which has provoked reflections and had hit the refresh button for me as well. For those of you that don’t know, WordPress is a free and open-source software content management system for websites. Over 32% of the internet is using WordPress and so […]
The ACFAZ held an American Academy of Chefs/ Presidents Awards Dinner on January 21, 2109 at Mirabel Golf Club executed by Executive Chef Bruce Christensen and his staff of Mirabel Golf Club. Here is the Album from the event. The evening started at 4 PM which gave attendees time to socialize and a chance for […]
The Cactus Section of the Institute of Food Technologies is hosting a Happy Hour networking event on February 27, at O.H.S.O. Brewery in Arcadia at 5:30PM– 8:30PM Address: 4900 E. Indian School Road in Phoenix. From the Cactus IFT email blast: “O.H.S.O is a restaurant, local nano-brewery, distillery, and dog-friendly social hot-spot. They have over […]
My first introduction to the Garden Goddess, Suzette Smith, was at the 2018 Peddler’s Son Food Show and it was love at first taste. This segment interests me for a few reasons; raw foods and gut health. As a 9 year vegetarian and 4 month vegan, these changes only happened as a by-product of a […]
January Openings and Closings: Hello Tap&Bowl, Goodbye Mac’s Broiler & Tap Published February 6, 2019 by Dorian Boddie of the Phoenix New Times January 2019 restaurant openings and closing in Phoenix Metro.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce Community Foundation presents, the Ahwatukee A’fare – a prohibition era themed evening of art, jazz, dance, drinks and bites. Professionally produced by HDE Agency, the inaugural event will be held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 5-9 p.m. at Desert Foothills Park. Throwing it back to the roaring 20’s, […]