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Crudo dinner series crisscrosses chef creations


Crudo of Phoenix is in the middle of a dinner series, inviting a guest chef into its kitchen once a month to cook alongside Chef Cullen Campbell. Because of the freedom each chef is allowed, the series is being called Blank Space. Guests at the dinner get only a name of a local chef and… Read More →

Take a ‘leap of faith’ with monthly dining series

Chef Cullen Campbell, Crudo
by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine

Crudo To Host Star-Studded, Mystery Menu Monthly Dinner Series Co-hosted with fellow Valley chefs such as Jared Porter & Bernie Kantak, Crudo’s Blank Space dinner series takes tastebuds on a tasty leap of faith, starting October 6. Who: Daring diners, local food lovers and anyone else looking for a new, ever-changing culinary adventure. What: It’s… Read More →

The scoop on this year’s Gelato Wars

Gelato War Spoons

The Gelato Spot’s annual Gelato Wars are back! Through August 31, patrons of Gelato Spot can try 10 flavors whipped up by local chefs and vote for their favorite. Gelato Wars is a month-long competition for bragging rights, a customized copper trophy and $500. It’s also a fund raiser with the goal of donating at… Read More →

Posh Restaurant Boasts Improvisational Cuisine, Interactive Environment

by in Blogs

Check, cross, and relax. Dinner is that easy at Posh — but only for the bold and daring. I had heard of Posh, the contemporary American restaurant located within the Optima Camelview condos near Scottsdale Fashion Square, from a few people; and each have had nearly the same reaction about the improvisational restaurant — “go… Read More →

Ford Introduces Environmentally Sustainable 2013 Ford Fusion

2013 Ford Fusion, Photo: Kelly Church
by in Events | Lifestyle

Ford Motor Company is revamping its 2013 Ford Fusion model to be as environmentally friendly as possible, utilizing natural materials that will hopefully provide a cheaper, more efficient and comfortable ride. The 2013 Ford Fusion will be made of more sustainable materials, including soy beans, denim and plastic bottles, and more than 85 percent of… Read More →