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The New Old  School The New Old School Mama Louisa’s menu might have been updated, but their flavor and ancestry remain a Tucson tradition January 19, 2017
Raw Power Raw Power With Beaut Burger, vegans finally have a meatless burger joint to call their own. Just don’t ask for a salad. August 09, 2018
Taste Over Trend Taste Over Trend Turning 30 this month, Cody’s Beef ’N Beans embraces the don’t-fix-what-ain’t-broke approach to food and service March 15, 2018
Fish Tricks Fish Tricks The secret behind Hoki Poki’s fresh fish July 26, 2018
Regional Beauty Regional Beauty The flavors of central Mexico come alive at Benny’s December 08, 2016
From Starter To Star From Starter To Star Elevated from just a snack or appetizer, The Quesadillas makes their namesake a culinary contender April 05, 2018

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  • Raw Power  3

    With Beaut Burger, vegans finally have a meatless burger joint to call their own. Just don’t ask for a salad.
      The term "vegan" is nothing new. It was coined in 1944 by English animal rights activist Donald Watson as someone who completely abstains from ingesting anything that comes from a living animal.
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  • But It’s A Dry Rub  3

    Kiss of Smoke BBQ has earned all those grand-prize awards
      We all know Tucson has Style, but do you think it harnesses a particular style? Something that makes us stand out from everyone else, so when others cross paths with that style they immediately go, "Oh, that is so Tucson"?
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  • Fish Tricks

    The secret behind Hoki Poki’s fresh fish
      OK, I’m done with the Hokey Pokey wordplay. Time to get down to the subject at hand: Really, really fresh fish.
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  • Chow: Royal Feast  3

    The flavors at Queen Sheba seem familiar, but the little differences make a big deal
      Eritrean cuisine is slightly skewed from its more familiar neighbor, Ethiopia, as far as cooking is concerned. But not by much.
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  • Chow: Finding the Sweet Spot

    With help from friends and fans, the Chocolate Iguana has a new home in a familiar spot
      The Chocolate Iguana settles into its new home
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