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See “Women Who Rock” at MIM

I did not know what to expect when I decided to go to theWomen Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power exhibit at the Musical Instrument Museum. Needless to say, I was thrilled! The exhibit was actually created by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. I am a big fan of 60s music and they displayed some of my favorites. The women all have their own story of how they started out in the business and became stars. …

Fine Dining at T. Cook’s at the Royal Palms

Last week I went to the newly renovated T.Cook’s restaurant and The Mix Up at the Royal Palms Resort & Spa. The romantic ambience of the dining room and courtyard are perfect for the Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, and the views of Camelback Mountain from the patios are stunning.

T. Cook's Dining Room

Executive Chef Paul McCabe blends local and regional flavors to create Mediterranean cuisine that is thoughtful and …

Experience a Private Chef’s Table at the Food Truck Caravan

You may have heard of the Food Truck Caravan that happens every Saturday night at Goldwater and 5th Avenue in Downtown Scottsdale. This gathering of gourmet trucks has been elevated with a new offering — a private Chef’s Table featuring five courses.

WP_20131019_003I arrived on a beautiful fall evening with a few friends and we were escorted to our private “kasbah” tent. Our chef du …

The Scottsdale Old Town Farmers’ Market Returns for Fall

Fall is here, which means the Scottsdale Old Town Farmers’ Market is back! If you haven’t been, add this to your to-do list. The market has super-fresh produce from many farmers from around the Valley. Walking through the market, you can enjoy samples and get ideas for a delightful meal at home.

Aside from fruits and vegetables, you can also get wonderful jams, honeys, salsas, cheeses, and much more. Don’t forget to bring home a bunch of fresh-cut flowers. Stop by the market …