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The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain will celebrate Thanksgiving with two special Brunch and Dinner Celebrations, along with added weekend offerings available to the public and resort guests alike. Repeating last year’s best-selling holiday experience, the property will also offer Thanksgiving Turkey-to-Go, allowing area residents to enjoy a Ritz-Carlton holiday dinner in the comfort of their own homes.
Enjoy a holiday buffet at the AAA Four Diamond resort nestled at the base of the Santa Catalinas. Served on Thanksgiving Day from 1 to 6 p.m., offerings include a selection of fresh seasonal salads, domestic and regional cheese and sausage boards, artisan breads, and fresh fruits. From the oven features include pepita-crusted corvina, quinoa tamales, roasted garlic mashed potatoes and a variety of savory vegetable sides. Carving stations will feature roasted beef steam ship, traditional roasted turkey, and garlic and peppercorn crusted pork. For dessert, an assortment of pies and cakes served with coffee and tea.
Get set for the week’s big and small games alike with eats from these four local restaurants.
As a child, Brian Cheney of Chandler had a tennis ball hanging over his crib. His mother, Dorothy Cheney, and grandmother, May Sutton Bundy, are both enshrined in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. It was only natural that Brian would take to the tennis court.
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
1445 S. Arizona Ave.
(480) 899-7675 or PorkopolisBBQAZ.com
Influenced by Ohio-style barbecue, Porkopolis offers traditional barbecue in addition to fun and quirky offerings like Red Neck Tacos (corn cakes heaped with pulled pork and jalapeño coleslaw topped with Brady’s Sweet ’n’ Smoky sauce) and the Dirty Bird Turkey sandwich (smoked turkey, provolone cheese, jalapeño coleslaw and BBQ aioli on toasted bread). The locally owned eatery also hosts 10 a.m. brunch on Saturday and Sunday during football season so fellow Buckeye fans can stop by, watch some football and fill up on breakfast burritos and bloody Marys.
3250 W. Frye Road
(480) 782-1212 or FamousDaves.com
2820 S. Alma School Road
(480) 812-2733 or TomsBBQ.com
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Tailgating is fine and dandy — and definitely fun if you’ve got the time — but if like us you’ve got five things to do before kickoff and no time for packing the cooler, here are five places to grab a bite before or after the big game.
The high school football season is just kicking into full gear, but as any good fan knows, you need plenty of good food to keep those cheers coming before, during and after the game. Below, you’ll find this week’s top five matchups, along with great places to grab a bite to eat before and after the game.
High school football season, that annual rite of fall, is upon us. The game is only part of the experience for football fans. It’s also about getting together with people in your community, before, during and after the contest.
It may look like a cigarette, and it certainly delivers a dose of nicotine like a cigarette.
It was probably 15 years ago that I discovered the magic that is a nearly empty jar of jam.
HAVERHILL, Mass. — Sometimes the best time to visit a community is when it's struggling.
GRAND CANYON — The drive to the Grand Canyon's South Rim is easy enough. Get to Flagstaff and it's only about 90 miles (145 kilometers) across Arizona's high country.
Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop celebrates their 38th birthday by offering fans their most popular sub - The Bobbie, made with in-house roasted turkey, homemade stuffing, cranberry sauce and a hint of mayo - for $3.80. The special is available from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 17th at Phoenix (4929 E. Chandler Blvd.) and Mesa (3510 E. Baseline Road, Suite 101) locations. More info is available at Capriottis.com.
Joe’s Real BBQ
301 N. Gilbert Road
(480) 503-3805 or JoesRealBBQ.com
Opened in January 1998, Joe’s Real BBQ has served as one of the Heritage District’s hallmarks. It offers residents a free meal every May and follows the motto “clean, delicious and friendly.” Founded by barbecue connoisseur and titular Gilbert native Joe Johnston, Joe’s Real BBQ cooks all its meat in one of three Oyler pits and uses pecan wood to smoke turkey, sausage, pork and other products.
2206 E. Williams Field Road, Suite 101
(480) 722-2781 or FamousDaves.com
2795 S. Market St., Suite 104
(480) 988-0724 or RynosBBQ.com
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NEW YORK — Times Square is a lot of things — a sensory-overload, horribly crowded, eye-popping and deeply exciting. One thing it has never seemed to be is a place to go for food.
WASHINGTON — Genetically modified foods have been around for years, but most people in the United States have no idea if they are eating them.
Anthony is owner of El Palacio Restaurant & Cantina,
JERUSALEM — Jerusalem's bustling open-air Mahane Yehuda market offers a dizzying assault on the senses. Vendors compete with screams over the prices of their produce as the smell of spices and fresh fish wafts through the air.
LOS ANGELES — Consider the simple but beloved chocolate chip cookie. Now imagine that cookie encrusting a brioche roll tucked around a turkey meatball.
On Easter morning a Sunday School teacher began to quiz her class of young children about the real meaning of the day. She asked them, “What is Easter?” and the students were quick and ready to respond.
State lawmakers refused Wednesday to overturn local zoning laws about keeping chickens in back yards even if an Oro Valley Republican quipped that it would help him with his social life.
“This is the end, beautiful friend.” That line from The Doors’ song could easily sum up Friday at the 2014 Phoenix Film Festival (PFF) and International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival (IHSFF), where several apocalypse themed films were showcased throughout the day and the highlight of the evening was meeting the amazingly beautiful Dee Wallace, who was on hand for the screening of her classic film, Cujo.
Carey is chef and general manager at TQLA