With Relish: Edie Jarolim, Author, Getting Naked for Money

Edie Jarolim is an author, friend, foodie, dog person and woman with many book publishing credits as travel writer and print dining editor. She will be at the Carriage House on Nov. 2, signing and reading her cheeky memoir – Getting Naked for Money: An Accidental Travel Writer Reveals All  With Relish – Q&A What’s your favorite dish to cook? I don’t cook, at least not in the sense this question implies, though heat is often applied to my food at home. I leave cooking up to the professionals and to amateurs who enjoy it. No one asks movie critics
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Tucson Eat Yourself, aMAZED in Willcox

It’s that time of year when our local global society puts their best feet forward to show Tucson’s diversity. Here’s everything you need to know about the 3-day Tucson Meet Yourself Festival happening around the Main Library in downtown Tucson and 5 new must-eat dishes to try courtesy of Andi Berlin at the Arizona Daily Star?  Spaghetti gelato, anyone? aMazed                                                                       If you can get to Willcox TONIGHT (Friday) from 5 to 6:30, you can roam Apple Annie’s 20-acre corn maze and find Coronado Vineyards wine tasting stations along the way. How fun! 21+ only. Admission is $20 when you purchase
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Yappy Hour for Tucson Greyhounds at Noble Hops

Dine at Noble Hops Gastropub on Monday, October 3 from 6 to 8 PM and 10% of the sales will be donated to Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption. Meet the veterinarian and staff from Ina Road Animal Hospital, drink craft beers, eat some of the best gastropub grub in town (vegetarian and gluten-free is available too) and – ta-da — well behaved hounds are invited on the dog-friendly patio.                     Yes, live greyhound racing ended in Tucson on June 25th but SA Greys is still helping greyhounds who come from breeding farms and other race tracks. Come out and meet some greyhounds
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Tucson Pop-Up Ensenada Dinner at Carriage House

Special guest award winning Chef Diego Hernandez (pictured) from Ensenada, Mexico joins Janos Wilder for the fourth in a series of “DOWNTOWN’S Around the Globe- Cities of Gastronomy” cooking classes and pop up dinners at the Carriage House on Friday, October 7th at 5:30 pm. Class begins at 5:30 and includes demonstration and recipes followed by hors d’oeuvres, a five course dinner and beverages. Cost per person for the class and dinner is $80++.  Please sign up at the Carriage House. A trailblazing menu is planned featuring the signature ingredients from local Tucson and Ensenada, one of Tucson’s “sister” Cities
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