Food


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Need a Refreshing Drink to Cool You Off? Try One of These Eight Great Margaritas in Phoenix.

Treat your taste buds to a tequila-infused cocktail and embrace Phoenix's unofficial slogan: "we salt our margaritas, not our roads.”

Angelica “Jelly” Willis-Smith, one of nine fellows of the city’s Urban Agriculture Fellowship Program, harvests garlic from the Project Roots garden in Phoenix on March 25, 2022. “Gardening is like you’re God for a day,” Willis-Smith says. “You get to plant these seeds, you get to cultivate them, you get to decide where they get to go, you get to cultivate and create life.” (Photo by Hope O’Brien/Cronkite News)
Phoenix Fellowship Cultivating the Next Generation of Urban Farmers

The Phoenix Office of Environmental Programs’ Urban Agriculture Fellowship Program places city residents ages 18 to 24 with urban farms to train them.

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More Than Lo-Lo’s Chicken and Waffles: Larry White’s Big Plans to Carry on His Family’s Legacy

The Copper Courier sat down with the owner of Lo-Lo's Chicken and Waffles to talk about his family’s legacy of food in Phoenix, and his plans for the future.

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Why Tamale-Making for the Holidays Is Important to Keeping the Latino History Alive

Making tamales is an art form as much as it is a personal holiday tradition for many within the Latino community. 

table with fry bread and Native tacos
9 Must-Visit Eateries to Try During Native American Heritage Month

At these Arizona eateries owned and operated by Indigenous people, you will find traditional food to enjoy during Native American Heritage Month.

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Our Picks: Here Are the 5 Best Quesadillas in Arizona

The brilliance of crafting a quesadilla is the maker behind it: what the cook puts inside, on the side, or as a topper on a quesadilla, and why.