ON THE MENU IS ON THE MOVE
On the Menu Live a weekly radio show centered on food and cocktails that is hosted by Matt Russell of Russell Communications and food writer for Inside Tucson Business, is changing frequencies on the dial. (Full disclosure: I am a guest host on from time to time). Beginning Saturday, Jan. 10, On The Menu Live will be on Power Talk 1210 AM from 4 to 5 p.m., as well as on TuneIn. Tune in to Tucson's most delicious hour of radio.
BAKE IT DON'T FAKE IT
Don Guerra of local bakery Barrio Bread Company is teaching a class on bread baking. Learn everything you need to know about baking perfect bread like Barrio's at home. Class is held through the UA's Continuing and Professional Education program on March 30. Course cost is $59, nothing for the lifetime of bread knowledge you get. Visit cearizona.augusoft.net/, Barrio's Facebook page or Facebook.com/barrio.bread.
SCHRIER'S SPORTS GRILL
A new joint opened up in the revolving door that is 1118 E. Sixth St., former home to Aussie Cantina, Belushi's and a bevy of other endeavors. Schrier's Sports Grill opened on Dec. 5. As the name suggests, they focus on sports, which being a stone's throw from the UA football stadium is probably a good concept. I can not seem to find a menu online, so I will have to go down and try it out and let you guys know!
COWBOYS AND CUCUMBERS
Howdy cowpokes, some news from the old west here. Heirloom's Friday Farmers Market is moving' on down the trail. They done packed up their horses, and moved along to Trail Dust Town. Grand Opening is Friday, Jan. 9 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Check on out the full scoop here: www.heirloomfm.com.