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Michael Moore promised when America’s Taco Shop began to franchise he would be among the first in line to open a new location. Moore backed up his proclamation and brought the Valley favorite to Chandler.
A new Mexican restaurant that offers a mix of traditional specialties and an extensive drink menu has opened its doors for business in Gilbert.
PHOENIX — When Twitter and Facebook first began to catch fire, so did food trucks. Mobile kitchens in cities like Los Angeles and New York branded themselves, using social media to gain foodie followers. But the gourmet meals-on-wheels trend was slow to hit Phoenix streets.
Everyone loves the idea of a grilled pork chop, but they often fall short of expectations. And I blame the butcher!
Mesa restaurant owners bring tacos from their house to your plate with popular dining venture
PHOENIX — Have a recipe that calls for two dozen tortillas?
There is much debate among locals when it comes to the topic of tacos. Whether you like ’em hot and spicy, rolled, fried, street-style or stuffed, East Valley restaurants offer an endless variety to please any palate. The following are three Local Lily favorites to try the next time you’ve got a taste for tacos.
Yikes! The restaurant floor looked like feral pigs had torn up someone’s vegetable garden. My oldest child, a toddler, sat in a public high chair for the first time.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The distinct regional tastes of New Mexico have become a huge draw for foodies, thanks to the cultural fusion of Anglo, Native, Mexican and Spanish cuisines.
La Ristra, a new restaurant with Spanish flare, has opened in Gilbert.
The little mining town of Superior — about 50 miles from the East Valley on U.S. Highway 60 — hosts its annual Prickly Pear Festival this weekend, celebrating all the drinks, desserts and dishes you can make from the spiny cactus. If a jaunt into the mountains isn’t in the cards, here’s where you can taste the cactus closer to home (and, no, margaritas — the easiest prickly pear-flavored concoction to find in the Valley — didn’t make the list).
The number of E. coli cases related to a Valley Mexican restaurant has increased to 74.
By this point in the summer, I've had about all the burgers, dogs and birds I can handle. It's time to try something a little different on the grill.
Maybe it’s trying to prepare ourselves mentally for the looming back-to-school deadline that’s got pillowy, pocketed, self-contained meals on our minds. Here are three local finds that are so easy to eat on the way out the door or toss into a lunch sack that we’re thinking of ordering extras for our doggie bag.
Who says salsa has to be made from tomatoes? Or dumped unceremoniously from a jar?
Mexican cuisine has been popular for a long time, but my recent travels around our country have persuaded me that fish tacos are big now in a way they never were before.
Two new restaurants have opened in recent months on the opposite side of Gilbert Road, both hawking tacos and more to the growing downtown Gilbert dining crowd.
When salsa overtook ketchup as America's favorite condiment in the 1990s you had to know that "taco night" wasn't far behind.
They may be so commonplace they’re unappreciated, so simple they fail to activate the saliva glands at first sight, but in our book it’s hard to go wrong with chips and salsa.
Hot chilies are members of the nightshade family, along with all other sweet peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, and eggplant.
Pancheros Mexican Grill, a fast-casual Mexican restaurant, is opening Jan. 29 in Chandler, and they’ll sell $1 burritos to mark the occasion.
Wine dinners are old hat. Tequila dinners aren’t uncommon. And we’ve even managed to wrap our minds around the gourmet donut and craft beer pairings at Il Vinaio in downtown Mesa.
During a weekend visit to Danny's home state of Iowa, a longtime friend of his treated us with a bag of culinary goodies she collected during her trip to Spain: a creme of sardine and whiskey pate in a small red-and-gold tin; a scorpionfish pate in a box with a drawing of the notoriously ugly sea creature on it; a tin of pimenton and another containing blood-sausage pate.
Lucha libre wrestling, surf music, cooking demos, a mariachi contest and thousands of $2 tacos characterize this event, taking place at Salt River Fields, where more than 50 teams compete for National Taco Association prizes.
Owners of a new tequila bar and restaurant at Dana Park in east Mesa say the concept is all about doing tequila right.