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Safwat Saleem cooking with his daughter.
Tempe artist Safwat Saleem used baking as a metaphor for describing how he and his young daughter are learning to thrive in the Sonoran Desert.
Jan. 12, 2024
Meat at grocery store
Republican lawmaker David Marshall introduced a bill to block the sale of lab-cultivated meat meant for human or animal consumption.
Jan. 11, 2024
kids getting on a school bus
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced this month that Arizona is one of the 44 states, territories, and tribes set to launch a permanent summer grocery benefits plan for children.
Jan. 10, 2024
orange tree
It’s citrus season, and many Valley residents may have more oranges or lemons than they know what to do with right now. But the state’s largest food bank wants to make sure none of that fruit goes to waste.
Jan. 9, 2024
Annie Grace author of "This Naked Mind"
The Show spoke with author Annie Grace about her approach to re-evaluating your relationship with alcohol.
Jan. 9, 2024
ashburger at Bad Jimmy's in Phoenix
The Show spoke with Craig Outhier, editor of Phoenix Magazine, about some interesting food trends for 2024.
Jan. 9, 2024
Filling tamales
A failed bill to expand what kind of home-cooked foods can be sold to the public is being revived in the Legislature. Rep. Travis Grantham has filed a new proposal.
Jan. 5, 2024
Kyle Murphy ASU football
The need to be bigger, faster, stronger, and still bigger, comes with a complicated relationship with food as offensive lineman strive to hit a certain weight.
Jan. 2, 2024
Young woman and child making compost from food watse
Up to 400 eligible households in Phoenix can receive a yearlong composting service at no charge. Applications are being accepted through Jan. 5.
Dec. 27, 2023
Tamar Adler author of "The Everlasting Meal."
From turkey to cookies to maybe a whole lot of undrunk wine, Tamar Adler is here to say you can use those leftovers in a million different ways, with flavors that are wildly different from the original meal.
Dec. 27, 2023
Hand holding sports tickets
The Federal Trade Commission is targeting the charges that are often hidden or don’t show up until you’ve decided to buy something. For example, resort fees for a hotel room or convenience fees for ordering online tickets.
Dec. 26, 2023
Portrait of man in plaid shirt
Matt Bell celebrates the holidays with a creation from Dorcas B. Reilly, a pioneer in the Campbell's home economics department in 1950s and the mind behind the recipe for green bean casserole on every can of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom Soup.
Dec. 21, 2023
Mark Brodie and Lauren Gilger drinking eggnog together.
The Show brings you more holiday spirit, this time in the form of a traditional beverage. It's the second annual Show Eggnog Tasting.
Dec. 21, 2023
Nemanja Demic
This holiday season, This Show is bringing you true stories about — what else — food. Local educator Nemanja Demic shared a story of old traditions including pig on a spit.
Dec. 21, 2023
Nina Newell
This holiday season, This Show is bringing you true stories about — what else — food. And Phoenix writer Nina Newell recalls a holiday meal prepared with love — and a heaping side of guilt.
Dec. 20, 2023
Regina Revazova with her family.
This holiday season, This Show is bringing you true stories about — what else — food. And Regina Revazova shares how her family celebrates the winter holidays growing up in a frozen town on the other side of the world.
Dec. 19, 2023
‘Tis the season to make way more food than we can eat. But research shows our own perceptions about food date labels might play a major role in food waste, too.
Dec. 15, 2023
Slices of cantaloupe on a plate
Mexico’s Health Department has ordered the temporary closure of a melon-packing plant implicated in the salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut cantaloupes.
Dec. 15, 2023
Woman and baby
This holiday season, This Show is bringing you true stories about — what else — food. And Phoenix journalist Valeria Fernandez has a helluva tale about her godmother.
Dec. 15, 2023
Eight chefs and foodway demonstrators were invited to Old Town to attend this year's Arizona Indigenous Culinary Experience in late November.
Eight chefs and foodway demonstrators near and far traveled to Old Town Scottsdale in November to showcase their uniquely Native foods and flavors at the Arizona Indigenous Edible Experience hosted by the Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West.
Dec. 6, 2023

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