Monthly Archives: April 2015

Earth Day Event by Sassi Ristorante

In celebration of Earth Day, Chef Christopher Nicosia and Sassi Ristorante would like to invite you to join them Wednesday, April 22nd, at 6:00 PM in the shadows of Pinnacle Peak. Chef Christopher is creating a raviolo with the borage … Continue reading

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Non-Profit Recruiting and Certifying Arizona Teachers

We here at the Arizona Farm Bureau and Fill Your Plate understand the importance of education for Arizona’s children, which is why we offer our Agriculture in the Classroom program. As advocates of education we felt it important to help … Continue reading

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A Simple Guide to Start Eating Healthier

The average person will eat nearly 60,000 lbs. of food during their lifetime. That is the weight of about 6 elephants! It is important to make sure that the majority of that 60,000 lbs. are healthy foods. The modern world … Continue reading

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National Soft Pretzel Month, Facts About Pretzels

Who can resist a big, warm, and salty Soft Pretzel? Found in almost all shopping malls, carnivals, and sporting events, April is a month dedicated to these delightful treats. Not a fan of the soft pretzel? Well no worries there, … Continue reading

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Cooking with Herbs and Spices

There are roughly 75 herbs and spices in use around the world today. Some, like asafoedita and mahlab, are unfamiliar to most Arizonan cooks. Others, though seldom used, are gaining importance among cooks who savor the exotic flavors of foreign foods. … Continue reading

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