Stories tagged: "food"

Corn waits to be harvested on land leased by Tempe Farming Co., Thursday, July 22, 2021, in Casa Grande, Ariz. The Colorado River has been a go-to source of water for cities, tribes and farmers in the U.S. West for decades. But climate change, drought and increased demand are taking a toll. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is expected to declare the first-ever mandatory cuts from the river for 2022. (AP Photo/Darryl Webb)
Arizona Farms Bring in Tons of Money. Here Are the 14 Most Valuable Crops.

About 86% of all agricultural products in America are produced on family ranches or farms.

50 Roasters Across The US: A Guide To Coffee In Every State
Have You Had This Arizona Coffee? Here Are 50 Roasters Across the US.

Homegrounds researched notable coffee roasters in the US and listed ones you can't afford to miss in all 50 states.

Celebrate Inclusivity: Uncover 8 LGBTQ+ Welcoming Establishments in the Phoenix Area

Check out these LGTBQ+ friendly bars and restaurants in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe!

George & Dragon: An English Pub (Photo by Robert Gundran)
This Unassuming Bar in Phoenix Is the City’s Most Authentic English Pub

David Wimberley, the owner of George & Dragon, opened the pub in 1995.

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Good Dogs: 9 Places to Find the Best Sonoran Hot Dogs in Arizona

Although the Sonoran hot dog takes its name from the Mexican state where it originates from, it’s become a popular hot-dog style all over Arizona.

(Photo courtesy of L’Entrata Wine)
14 Mother’s Day Dining Deals and Specials in Metro Phoenix

Here are 14 dining deals and specials in metro Phoenix that you can enjoy on Mother’s Day, May 14.

(Photo courtesy of Pour Decisions)
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with These 10 Dining Deals in Metro Phoenix

Here are 10 places in metro Phoenix that are offering Cinco de Mayo deals and parties on May 5.