Arizona Vanilla, Dairy Camp, Blogging In Spanish, "Old" Restaurants, and The Breadfruit's New Rum Bar
A round-up of tasty morsels from Valley food blogs.
|Dine Out Phoenix|
|Vanilla beans, Simply Vanilla cookbook, and sweet syrups at Arizona Vanilla Company|
LocalLily.com featured Superstition Farm's summer dairy camp for kids. In June, for 5 smackeroos, you can get a hayride, tour of the dairy and serving of Udder Delights ice cream. If you want a more involved experience for older kids you can also sign up for a morning camp where you can learn how to be a real farmer: feed chickens, collect eggs, groom and ride a horse, and even milk a cow.
Pavle Milic of FnB, has been blogging in Spanish and we think that's pretty cool. Our translator wasn't able to catch all the words and make them understandable in English, but we love that Columbian born Milic is able to communicate via his first language and in one post, through the songs he listened to growing up.
Dave Johnson posted on Sumo Sommelier about his love for "old' restaurants in Phoenix and how they really aren't that old compared to some restaurants around the world. It's fun to compare our old favorites like Sing High Chop Suey House with Die letzte Instanz in Berlin which opened in 1621.
|Jerk Chicken at The Breadfruit|
Hey metro Phoenix eaters, if you have a food blog or know of one we've missed, leave word in the comments section.