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It’s Time For Tamales!

By Marilyn Noble This is a repost of last year’s story about making tamales, but since it was one of our most popular posts, we thought it was worth running again. This year my mom was once again able to take … Continue reading

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Cook Your Turkey on the Grill

by Marilyn Noble Among the many reasons to be grateful for living in the Southwest is the fact that for many of us, Thanksgiving is warm and sunny and perfect for grilling. Cooking the turkey on the grill has many … Continue reading

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Today’s Travel Tip: Leaf Peeping in Colorado

by Marilyn Noble September is my favorite month in Colorado. The days are balmy and warm, the mornings crisp and cool, and the sky is a glorious deep shade of blue. And then there are the trees. A quick drive … Continue reading

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Dining at the Grand Dame: An Evening at Chez Panisse

by Marilyn Noble In the world of fine dining, restaurants come and go. Only a handful seem to stand the test of time and survive for more than a few years. Le Bernardin in New York, Canliss in Seattle, the … Continue reading

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Today’s Travel Tip: Rocky Mountain National Park

  By Marilyn Noble One of America’s iconic drives in Rocky Mountain National Park takes you along what feels like the top of the world. Highway 34, connecting Estes Park and Grand Lake, Colo. becomes Trail Ridge Road once you … Continue reading

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The Peaches Are In!

By Marilyn Noble To me, there’s nothing better than a fresh, juicy peach. When you bite into it and the sweet juice dribbles down your chin, you know you’ve got a good one. I think the love affair started when … Continue reading

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Like to shoot food and culture? Here’s a contest for you!

by Marilyn Noble Are you a shutterbug who loves delicious and distinct foods? Want to get your image in front of the tens of thousands of people in the Slow Food USA network? Then help celebrate your local food treasures … Continue reading

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Come See Us at The Tucson Festival of Books

It’s our favorite season in the Old Pueblo — spring flowers are blooming, the weather is beautiful, the Wildcats are off to the Big Dance, and it’s time for The Tucson Festival of Books, everybody’s favorite gathering for two days … Continue reading

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Food for Thought — Slow Food’s Ark of Taste

by Marilyn Noble One of the key initiatives of the Slow Food movement is the Ark of Taste, a catalog of rare and endangered foods and food traditions from around the world. In the U.S., the Ark catalog is administered … Continue reading

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Chicken Tortilla Soup

The past few weeks have seen a barrage of hacking, sneezing, coughing, and wheezing at home and everywhere else I’ve been. While there’s no cure for the common cold or flu, a steaming bowl of chicken soup is sure to … Continue reading

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