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  1. Now that California has its own chef's category, it'll be interesting to see if Arizona's chefs can win in the Best Chef Southwest category.
  2. I adore this place, but rarely go there. It's hard with a toddler and preschooler in tow. But we've always loved going to this farmer's market, getting lunch and buying lots of groceries. The chocolate croissants are soooooo good.
  3. For cheap eats and an eclectic mix of Mexican, Chinese and Jamaican food, try Chino Bandido. http://www.chinobandido.com
  4. I started watching the show a few episodes into its run, and was curious ... was her homosexuality discussed earlier in the series? Or was it mentioned for the first time last night?
  5. I've heard nothing but good things about Atlas Bistro, and AZ Wine Co. is an awesome store. A must-see for wine lovers.
  6. LOL. My question exactly. I'm so glad she's gone. No more watching her crying or being snippy to everyone. I think the way GR is going to reveal the winner next week is pretty cool. More exciting than just saying "And the winner is ... "
  7. I was also curious if her classy remarks were her downfall last night. But I think the bottom line is she doesn't have what it takes ... she worked her butt off and turned out some good stuff, but she simpy doesn't have the experience necessary when compared with the others. That said, after the way the final three behaved last night, I wish none of them still had a shot at this thing. They're all jerks, IMHO. Although I loathe Jessica the most. She's either crying about something or acting snotty. Girlfriend needs to grow up and put on her big-girl panties.
  8. I also found that cover to be extremely unappetizing. Right when I saw it, I showed it to DH, who shared my less-than-enthusiastic reaction. The food magazine I always thought had gorgeous photography is Savuer, although I haven't picked one up in about a year.
  9. Yikes, that would be disappointing. I did not make it to The Farm at South Mountain after all due to a family illness. Someday I'll get there. :)
  10. Incidentally, I'm going to The Farm at South Mountain tomorrow with my mom, aunt and my two urchins. We're going to have lunch ... don't know if we'll hit the Happydirt Veggie Patch, but I'd sure like to.
  11. Try the Guadalupe Farmer's Market, which is actually a year-round store. It has a fair amount of produce, and is a great place to get the seasonal stuff. I love going there when tomatoes and mangos are at their peak. The place also sells a lot of dried chiles, and containers of fresh-roasted chiles, too. It's at Guadalupe Road and Avenida Del Yaqui, which is just east of Kyrene. 9210 S Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, AZ 85283 - 2526 (480) 730-1945
  12. I have only been to Richardson's once, and the food was very good. While I don't recall exactyl what I ate for the main course, as it's been quite awhile, I do remember that it had the red chile sauce. And of course, being a Los Dos Molinos fan, I wanted to see whose red sauce was better. I definitely prefer Los Dos. However, that said, Richardson's does offer very good New Mexican food.
  13. Oops, sorry to be vague. :) Greenville, S.C.
  14. Barmouche closed down last year, I believe. All the talk of Barrio Cafe is making me hungry. I've only been once, but it was absolutely awesome. I wish it was closer to me. (I live in Mesa.)
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