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Joey Bats Café, a Portuguese spot run by a mother-and-son team, offers pastries and savory snacks.

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Long before there were computers, or even those 3x5 index cards we all used to write down recipes, there were those who never owned a cookbook. They prepared their meals by instinct with a little of this and a lot of that. Somewhere in between those years, you have those cooks who had the foresight...

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Where to get a Seder dinner during Passover in Phoenix

Passover starts April 19 and many will celebrate the Jewish holiday with a Seder diner. These Phoenix restaurants offer takeout or dine-in options.         

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The 212: From the Purveyors of New York’s Best Mozzarella, a New Cafe

The family behind Di Palo’s, the century-old Italian specialty food store, sets its sights on the next generation.

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For a long time, light beers have been looked down upon by the more choosey drinkers, but that might be changing. Here's why.         

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What to Cook: Recipes for Now

Matzo lasagna! Creamy cauliflower pasta! A no-recipe recipe for sweet potatoes with butter and white miso!

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Root and Soul is the new fried chicken destination from the family behind Mrs. White's and Lolo's

Dominic Armato reviews Root and Soul, a southern restaurant with fried chicken, catfish and jambalaya from the family behind Lolo's and Mrs. White's.         

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Eat: Homemade XO Sauce Only Tastes Expensive

Whether on string beans or boiled noodles, this flavorful sauce elevates whatever it touches.

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Cajun-influenced soul food and comfortable atmosphere at Root and Soul in Scottsdale

At the Root and Soul in Scottsdale, chef Christian Buze serves Cajun-influenced soul food including Southern fried chicken, fried catfish, jambalaya.         

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Mazemen, ramen with inventive toppings but no broth, gets a restaurant of its own on the Lower East Side.

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A new book offers an irreverent list of the “most Jewish” foods to savor, just in time for Passover.

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Front Burner: This Brandy Soars

Hangar 1 has ventured beyond just vodka distilling with a brandy named for a classic airplane.

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Front Burner: Learn More About Mezcal

The Heritage Radio Network is sponsoring a talk in Brooklyn about the Mexican spirit.

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A Joyful Oasis Thrives in the California Desert

At La Copine, on the edge of Joshua Tree National Park, two women have created a welcoming destination for simple, seasonal cooking.

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Seasonal, Reassuringly Confident Food at La Copine

The restaurant looks like a diner on a dusty stretch of road, but the owners have turned it into a hub for the community and its flux of visitors.

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Arizona soul food royalty brings Cajun spice to suburbia at the Root and Soul

At the Root and Soul in Scottsdale, chef Christian Buze serves Cajun-influenced soul food including Southern fried chicken, fried catfish, jambalaya.         

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Everything you need to know about Arizona's only ice bar

Polar Play at OdySea in the Desert is Arizona's only ice bar. The family-friendly indoor attraction serves drinks including beer, cocktails and food.         

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There was live music accompanying barbecue, pizza, sandwiches, and sweet treats, at the Scottsdale Culinary Festival on April 13, 2019.         

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