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Mesa Riverview welcomed an unconventional ice cream parlor equipped with unique flavors, fun mix-ins and blasts of liquid nitrogen.
When we eat a York peppermint patty, we get the sensation... That they'd be delicious transformed into a holiday cookie. So we did. The result is a simple drop cookie that is simultaneously delicate and fudgy with a heady punch of mint. They beg to be paired with hot cocoa.
Inspired by Sky Bar candy bars, these 4-in-1 cookies combine all your favorite flavors — chocolate, peanut butter, caramel and white chocolate — on top of a light spritz cookie. Feel free to play with the toppings, perhaps flavored chocolate chips, candied cherries or finely chopped sweetened dried fruit.
Imagine a chocolate peanut butter cup, but instead of peanut butter the chocolate shell encases a gooey marshmallow filling. There's your Mallo Cup candy bar. And it turns out this decidedly retro treat happens to be delicious when transformed into a holiday cookie — our frosted chocolate drops. The result is similar to a fudgy brownie remade as a drop cookie and topped with a marshmallow buttercream frosting.
Sometimes you crave a caramel sugar bomb sort of candy bar, and sometimes you want something a bit more refined.
So what would you do with 100 Grand?
The holiday season is my favorite time of year. As a mother, it’s even more special to see the sparkle and joy of this festive season through the eyes of my precious twin daughters.
Is it even possible to eat a Kit Kat bar without triggering that "Give me a break!" earworm from the '80s? Seems not. So our cure to keep us from humming "Break me off a piece of that Kit Kat bar!" for the rest of the day is to bake up a batch of these shortbread cookies inspired by that breakably delicious candy.
So how do you eat a Twix bar? Do you use your teeth to scrape all of the chocolate-caramel topping off, then go back and eat the naked crunchy cookie? Do you nibble first some chocolate-caramel, then some cookie, then back to chocolate-caramel, and so on? Or do you wholesale devour it, cookie, caramel and chocolate all at once?
The East Valley is home to several farmers markets every week, but what you might not know is that there is more than just local produce offerings available. A handful of these local, small companies work out of a shared kitchen in Chandler owned by AZ Food Crafters and sell their products at farmers markets around the East Valley. Check their websites (listed below) for details on current offerings and market locations.
It’s my favorite time of year, when the weather starts to cool, football is on every Monday night, and Sundays are spent making memories with friends and family at tailgating parties. This football season, take a load off your party planning. Instead of barbecuing in the parking lot, pick up some tasty eats on the way. These East Valley picks have game-winning catering options and are affordable for crowds of any size.
DES MOINES, Iowa — There's a hole in the wall in Des Moines that's just that: a food joint called Hole in the Wall.
MWC Bistro has scheduled its first Wine Festival in Gilbert to take place on Dec. 13.
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Every season has a reason, and for me, fall means pies. Whether your preference is a traditional American apple pie, holiday pumpkin or a modern take on a savory meat hand pie, these East Valley pie crafters are baking up sweet and savory slices of heaven.
As we get deeper into fall, the evenings are getting cooler, but the action on the field is just starting to heat up. To help make sure you are good and warmed up for the game with a good meal and some libations, here are some spots nearby to check out before and/or after yet another glorious evening on the football field.
Jews from across the Southwest will gather in the Valley on Oct. 11-12 for “Sacred Waters,” a program sponsored by the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), to explore the role of water in Jewish tradition and ritual, as well as the relationship Jews have to water in the Southwest and, geopolitically, in the Middle East.
Floridino’s Pizza & Pasta
590 N. Alma School Road, Suite 35
(480) 812-8433 or Floridinos.net
Floridino’s Pizza and Pasta opened in Chandler 18 years ago and is known for creative Italian eats, like pizza muffins and oven-baked sandwiches, in addition to pizzas, pastas and desserts. Floridino’s also has a banquet room that can host parties of up to 60 people and a catering arm that services larger groups.
Oregano’s Pizza Bistro
1960 W. Germann Road
(480) 265-4580 or Oreganos.com
La Stalla Cucina Rustica
68 W. Buffalo St.
(480) 855-9990 or LaStallaCR.com
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96 W. Boston St.
(480) 779-8080 or PaletasBetty.com
Paletas Betty specializes in handmade paletas, a traditional Mexican popsicle made of fresh fruit and cream. The business also offers a specialty drink called Agua Vita made of white tea blended with fresh fruit.
3111 W. Chandler Blvd.
(480) 792-1300 or TheCheesecakeFactory.com
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Cold Stone Creamery
3163 W. Chandler Blvd.
(480) 722-7767 or ColdStoneCreamery.com
3155 W. Ray Road
(480) 268-7249 or Culvers.com
When East Valley residents are looking for a brief getaway to decompress and escape the sweltering summer heat, they usually turn their eyes northward to the cooler climes of Prescott, Flagstaff or the Mogollon Rim. However, they’re doing themselves a disservice if they chose to ignore our neighbor to the south.