Phoenix Cooks! 2014

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August 30 is Phoenix Cooks! 2014 at The Westin Kierland Resor with the Valley’s best chefs for this one day event that benefit Banner Children’s.

Tickets on sale NOW!

Tickets: $60 designated driver, $85 in advance, $100 at the door.

* Your general admission ticket includes all food samples, wine, beer and spirit sampling along with the ongoing stage demonstrations. A designated driver ticket is also available which includes everything but alcohol sampling. If you would like to attend the classrooms, they are an additional $10 with the purchase of a general admission tickets, classroom tickets may not be purchased individually.

The  Chefs

Arcadia Farms, Chef Brad
 Moon Valley Country Club, Chef Alan Thompson
Sage Kitchen, Chef T
Cibo e Vino, Executive Chef and Owner John Collura
The Greene House, Chef Raymond Suto
Palo Verde at The Boulders, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, Executive Chef Michel Pieton
Palo Verde at The Boulders, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, Chef De Cuisine Niko Hertel
Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market, Executive Tex Williams
Tommy Bahama’s, Executive Chef Andrew Warner
Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, Executive Chef Christopher Masco
Proof, an American Canteen, Pastry Chef Lance Whipple
Four Seasons Resort and Spa – Scottsdale, Executive Chef Mel Mecinas
The Buttes Marriott Resort, Executive Chef Greg Wiener
Orange Sky at Talking Stick, Chef de Cuisine Ron Dimas
SOL Mexican Cocina, Head Chef Ernesto Lopez
North Italian Farmhouse, Executive Chef Taylor Domet
Mastro’s Ocean Club, Executive Chef Siegfried Hohaus
Sushi Roku – W Scottsdale, Executive Chef Ryan Anderson
Different Pointe of View, Executive Chef Anthony De Muro
Montelucia Resort, Executive Chef Michael Caims
Ritz Carlton Phoenix, Executive Chef Gary O’Connor
Talking Stick Resort, Executive Chef Tom Freimuth
Press Coffee Roasters Owner/Operator, Steve Kraus
Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa, Executive Chef Eric Howson
Mastro’s Steakhouse, Executive Chef David Battersby
The Westin Kierland Resort, Chef De Cuisine Roberto Madrid

 

Kitchen Stages

Thermador Stage

11 am Host: Ben & Matt – KNIX

Chef 1: Shayne Flieshman – Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

Chef 2: Greg Wiener – Top of The Rock

1 pm Host: Mathew & Priscilla – MIX 96.9

Chef 1: Bryan Dean – Bootleggers Modern American Smokehouse

Chef 2: Alan Thompson – Moon Valley Country Club

Gaggenau Heart Healthy Stage 

10:15 am Host: Beth McDonald & Chad Mitchell – 99.9 KEZ

 Chef: AZ Restaurant Week Presents Niko Hertel, Chef De Cuisine – Palo Verde at The Boulders, a Waldorf Astoria Resort

11:15 am Host: Beth McDonald & Chad Mitchell – 99.9 KEZ

 Chef: Steven Butler – Tanzy

Topic: Healthy Eating Ancient Grains

12:15 pm Host: Kenny & Crash – Fox Sports 910

Chef: Fry’s Food Stores

Topic: Simple Truth

1:15 pm Host: Bauer & Jody – Fox Sports 910

Chef: Chef T – Sage Kitchen

Topic: Making Vegan Cheese

Bosch Stage

10:30 am Host: Carolyn & Joe – KNIX

Chef: John Collura – Cibo e Vino Executive Chef and Owner

Topic: Sauces

11:30 am Host: Julian – KISS FM

 Chef: Ryan Anderson – Sushi Roku Executive Chef

Topic: Pork Belly Hanabi

12:30 pm Host: Barrelboy – KNIX

 Chef: Fry’s Food Stores

Topic: Fry’s Fresh Attractions™ Workshop

1:30 pm Host: Mountain Man Jay – 95.5 The Mountain

 Chef: Greg Wiener – Top Of The Rock

Topic: Modern Surf & Turf. Nori Smoked Nairagi with Sous Vide Strip Steak.

2:30 pm Host: Crash Gladys – Fox Sports 910 & Justin Bethel – AZ Cardinals

 Chef: Mel Mecinas – Proof American Canteen

Topic: Talavera

Chefs start to see real cost savings from kitchen gardens

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They say money doesn’t grow on trees, but some chefs around D.C. are finding some of it growing on tomato plants.

Chef’s gardens or kitchen gardens have been growing in popularity in recent years as the farm-to-table movement has picked up steam. In many cases, they’re only able to supplement a much larger produce demand restaurants have, but some D.C. restaurants have started to see the real fruits of their labor.

All of the Kimpton Hotel restaurants in the D.C. region have some form of garden, and Chef Ethan McKee significantly expanded the rooftop garden at Urbana at the Palomar Hotel in Dupont Circle this year.

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Source: Washington Business Journal

 Staff Reporter-

11 Hottest Restaurants in Phoenix/Scottsdale

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Although the nationally recognized foodie mecca Pizzeria Bianco first drew eyes and palates to Arizona more than a decade ago, in recent years, the dining environment – in Phoenix/Scottsdale in particular – has evolved into an electric, multifaceted scene, thanks to a treasure trove of chefs cooking well outside the Southwestern box. These dining destinations are among the buzziest in the sister cities and worth a Sonoran desert stop.

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Southern Rail

Why It’s Hot: Tucked into a rehabbed historic space called The Newton and adorned with kitschy reclaimed dcor, chef Justin Beckett’s spin-off of Beckett’s Table dishes up elevated Southern food. Small plates, entrees and sweets highlight influences from ‘Bama to NOLA.
Don’t Miss: Daily specials like Wednesday-night fried chicken and Tuesday barbecue, as well as the coconut cake with coconut pudding, strike the right home-cooking chord.

300 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix; 602-200-0085

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Crudo

Why It’s Hot: The menu’s simple inventiveness – with four categories: crudo, cotto (cooked), mozza and griglia – makes it easy to sample a number of dishes, from butterfish to Burrata.
Don’t Miss: By day (on the weekend), brunch jars (soft-boiled egg, sausage, truffle, arugula); and by night, the horseradish ahi tuna with green garlic.

3603 E. Indian School Rd., Ste. B, Phoenix; 602-358-8666 

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Source: ZAGAT

2014 Shamrock EXPO Dates

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AZ Shamrock
For additional information shamrockexpo.com!

Rebate List From US. Foods

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Here is a listing of the rebates listed on the US. Foods website.  This does not mean these rebates are only available through US. Foods.  It means US. Foods has posted the information for the rebate by the varies manufacturers.

Knorr ® and LeGoût ® Free Meat Offer – Expires 7-31-2014
MISS VICKIE’S® Kettle Cooked Chips New Operator Coupon – Expires 9-30-2014
MINOR’S Gluten Free Products One, Two, Free Offer – Expires 9-30-2014
TRIO® One, Two, Free Offer – Expires 9-30-2014
Frito‐Lay Fiesta Mix Pack – Expires 9-30-2014
Frito‐Lay Flamin’ Hot® Mix Variety Packs Rebate – Expires 9-30-2014
LAY’S® Kettle Cooked Chips – Expires 9-30-2014
Special K® Flatbread Sandwiches BOGO Rebate Offer – Expires 10-15-2014
French’s Sauces New Users Only – Expires 12-31-2014
French’s Sauces Rebate – Expires 12-31-2014
French’s Red Hot Seasoning – Expires 12-31-2014
Propel 2014 Rebate Offer – Expires 12-31-2014
Gatorade 2014 Rebate Offer – Expires 12-31-2014
Dr Pepper or Diet Dr Pepper 2014 Rebate Offer – Expires 12-31-2014

 

Source: US. Foods 

 

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