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The Dutch Eatery & Refuge executive chef and co-owner Marcus van Winden (Credit: Jackie Tran)

10 fun facts about The Dutch Eatery & Refuge

Main Gate Square restaurant The Dutch Eatery & Refuge is celebrating their second anniversary on Wednesday, May 1. To help…

Jackie with $50 of potato dishes at PY Steakhouse (Credit: Melissa Stihl)

Truffled, Salt Crusted & Baked: We tried all $50 worth of PY’s potato sides

While I wrote about the spring menu at PY Steakhouse, I noticed the various potato side dishes. With…

Mixed plate of meats at Smokey Mo (Photo by Dana Sullivan)

Smokey Mo brings a passion for Kansas-City style ‘cue

Smoky Mo pitmaster and partner Ocie Davis knows a thing or two about Kansas City-style barbecue. And that knowledge…

Chef-owner Kevin Fink of Emmer & Rye (Credit: Brianna Balducci)

We caught up with Austin chef (and native Tucsonan) Kevin Fink in anticipation of his “Ignite Agave” appearance

Austin chef Kevin Fink has grown into one of the biggest names in the culinary industry; and he’s from Tucson. The former…

Dante's Fire chef-partner Ken Foy (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Dante’s Fire’s Ken Foy stoking new flames with fresh menu updates, new partner

Dante’s Fire perpetually smolders, nice and warm, on the backburner of Tucsonans’ “where-should-we-eat-dinner-tonight?” minds. Starting this month, the midtown…

Chicken Mole at La Indita (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Cacao now: La Indita’s iconic mole now features house roasted and ground cacao beans

Maria Garcia remembers her dad gushing over her mole when she was 12 years old. “My father said, ‘nobody…

Drew Burk raising a toast in the kitchen after a Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT) dinner at the Carriage House (Credit: Jackie Tran)

We asked chefs: What is your favorite thing about Tucson’s culinary scene?

“We Asked Chefs” is a regular feature in which we ask local Tucson chefs a range of questions about…

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