Tucson

Tucson on list of worst cities to live in America

Tucson came in as the 31st worst city, based on quality of life. Source: Tucson on list of worst cities to live in America

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Pie-eating contest, coffee drinking will benefit association’s work with Tucson foster kids

Two events to raise money for Arizona’s Children Association. Source: Pie-eating contest, coffee drinking will benefit association’s work with Tucson foster kids

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Tucson Thai chef Dee Buizer earns one of Thailand’s highest culinary honors

Tucson Thai chef Dee Buizer earns one of Thailand’s highest culinary honors https://tucsonfoodie.com Full coverage Source: Tucson Thai chef Dee Buizer earns one of Thailand’s highest culinary honors

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In the Arizona Desert, Tucson Models Affordable Food Access

Tucson is a foodie town. But rather than artisan breads and local avocados drawing crowds of tourists, it’s the relationship between diverse plants and people that earned it the distinction of being the first UNESCO City of Gastronomy in the United States in 2015. The UNESCO distinction came as a result of Tucson’s long agricultural […]

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South side food hall cooks up unique community eating experience

Jesus Bonillas Jr. and Guillermo Gallegos, both Tucsonans, invested $2 million dollars into the food hall concept through their company called the Common  Group, which focuses on real estate projects in under-served areas. The building used to house the American Meat Co. which served as a Tucson staple for 62 years until closing in 2015. […]

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Native Seeds/SEARCH Workshop: Selecting Seeds

Gardening Workshop with Native Seeds/SEARCH Spring Season Vegetable Gardening in the Desert This workshop is FREE. Native Seeds/SEARCH will be set up at the market (8 AM – 1PM) and offering seeds, local food products, and other items for sale. Come by and bring your gardening questions! Upcoming Topics: Container Gardening Protecting Your Garden During […]

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NS/S Annual fall plant sale

With cooler temps arriving in the southwest, many gardeners are taking trowel to soil. Native Seeds SEARCH is excited to bring back our fall veggie plant sale to help tucson gardeners fill their beds. We will be offering an array of leafy greens, herbs, and other cool season plants that do well in our climate […]

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Tucson Holiday Showcase

The Sysco Holiday Showcase is the perfect place to find fresh new ideas and culinary concepts in time for the holiday season. Come join us and find ways you can make your menu special for the holidays!

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Arid Abundance Potluck (Cowpeas)

Tucson has an abundance of arid adapted foods, some wild some cultivated. This month we will be Celebrating the Seed Library of Pima County Public Library’s #oneseedpimacounty project. We will discuss growing and harvesting of cowpeas, share our recipes and cooking advice, and sample dishes that feature cowpeas. Please Join us for this celebration of […]

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