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Chanfana will be served with a 2008 Pinot Noir from Wedell Cellars.
President George W. Bush, in lambasting Europe for its ban on importing most of this country's genetically modified foods, is on the side of science, common sense, fairness and humanity. He is, in short, on the side of the angels, while the Europeans are on the side of superstition, avarice, shoddy politics and inhumanity.
Ever sit down at a restaurant and become so tantalized by all the yummy-looking dishes that picking just one becomes a ridiculously excruciating enterprise?
NEW YORK — Stocks soared in the U.S. and Europe Thursday after the European Central Bank president vowed to "do whatever it takes" to preserve the continent's monetary union.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Danes will get a new chance to adopt the euro in a referendum, the prime minister said Thursday.
FRANKFURT, GERMANY - The surging euro is confounding critics who once doubted it could rival the dollar, pound and yen — but Europe’s shared currency still annoys some consumers five years after its introduction in cash form.
FRANKFURT, Germany - The dollar fell slightly against the 12-nation euro Monday as dealers assessed hurricane damage to U.S. oil production
BERLIN - The U.S. dollar reached a new all-time low Friday against the euro, which hit $1.3548 in extremely light holiday trading with most European foreign exchange markets closed.
FRANKFURT, Germany - The euro kept on rolling against the U.S. dollar on Monday, climbing above $1.25 for the first time in its five-year history.
ROME - The Italian Cabinet passed an emergency decree Wednesday backing all bank deposits up to 103,000 euros ($141,400), the level at which they are currently insured.
NICOSIA, Cyprus - EU newcomers Cyprus and Malta adopted the euro Tuesday, bringing to 15 the number of countries using the currency with increasing clout over the slumping U.S. dollar.
Has it really been three years since Romeo’s Euro Café moved to downtown Gilbert? For more than a decade, I regularly stopped by its former strip mall location just north of Mesa’s Fiesta Mall to gorge myself on chef Romeo Taus’ pita sandwiches.
FOR DESSERT: Romeo Taus, chef and owner of Romeo\'s Euro Cafe, holds a Dark Desire chocolate cake from his downtown Gilbert restaurant\'s dessert case.
After 13 years, owner Romeo Taus said he decided to move his Euro Cafe from Mesa’s Fiesta Mall area to downtown Gilbert as part of a needed downsizing and a desire to reach out to more customers.
Romeo Taus is chef and owner at Romeo’s Euro Café, 207 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert.
PARIS — French President Nicolas Sarkozy offered Greece "resolute" European support Sunday and vowed to wage a determined fight to deter speculation against the euro.
One way to cozy up your bed for fall is to add Euro shams to lean against when you read.
Romeo Taus, above, of Romeo’s Euro Cafe in Mesa, prefers something with an Asian or Southwestern flair when he goes out for dinner.
LONDON -- Government programs to support the auto industry helped Germany and France return to economic growth in the second quarter, rebounds that stoked hopes the recession in the wider 16-country euro area may also end sooner than thought.
In this June 29, 2008 file photo, Spanish supporters are seen celebrating in Madrid after Spain won the Euro 2008 European Soccer Championships final against Germany in Vienna.
NEW YORK - Oil prices briefly soared to a new high near $146 a barrel Thursday, extending the previous day's record-shattering rally before easing as the dollar gained ground against the euro.
FILE - The June 8, 2011 file photo shows a woman changing Swiss francs to Euro at a counter in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland. The Swiss National Bank set a ceiling on the value of the country's strong currency on Tuesday, using what experts called a last-ditch "nuclear option" to protect its economy and keep exporters competitive. The bank said it would spend whatever it takes to keep the currency from strengthening beyond 1.20 francs per euro and indicated it might take more measures to weaken it further. (AP Photo/Keystone, Ennio Leanza) GERMANY OUT AUSTRIA OUT