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Erik Stanford of Pivot Produce tossing a salad (Credit: Symeon Platts)

Pivot Produce: helping local produce make its way to your plate

“There are a lot of people who think food doesn’t grow here,” said Erik Stanford, owner of Pivot Produce. Along…

Marana Gastronomy Tour small course at Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain (Photo credit: Town of Marana)

UNESCO-Approved Marana Gastronomy Tour Now Open to the Public

If you appreciate local food beyond flavor, don’t miss on Marana’s newly-created food tour. “The Marana Gastronomy Tour program represents…

Executive chef Janos Wilder at Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Chef Janos Wilder Brings Tucson to Paris for City of Gastronomy Designation Reception

In case you haven’t heard, Tucson joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in 2015 as the United State’s first…

(Credit: Maynards Market & Tucson on Instagram)

Explore Parma, Italy Through Chef Brian Smith’s Maynards Instagram Takeover

Maynards Market & Kitchen executive chef Brian Smith hosts Iron Chef Tucson Dinner on Sunday, August 26 (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Tools They Use: Maynards Market & Kitchen Executive Chef Brian Smith

Tools They Use takes a look at local food artisans, such as chefs, bakers, brewers, and more with a simple photo displaying their…

Birria y Tamal at Welcome Diner Tucson (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Tucson Named “Best Food City in Arizona” by Thrillist

The stream of national attention for Tucson’s food scene hasn’t lost momentum since the UNESCO World City of Gastronomy designation. Today,…

UNESCO Creative Cities Map (Source: UNESCO)

Tucson Gets HUGE New York Times Shout Out For City of Gastronomy Designation

“To an outsider, Tucson’s star turn may be a bit of a head scratcher,” states yesterday’s New York Times feature “

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