Noshing Around

Local Connection to

The Tucson Cooperative Warehouse, a natural and organic foods distribution company located at 350 S. Toole Ave., carries more than 6,500 products online such as food, health and beauty aids, vitamins and supplements, pet supplies, household supplies and gifts. The warehouse's Web site,, is now featured in's beta store for gourmet foods.

CoCo YaYa

New to the Winterhaven Plaza at Country Club and Fort Lowell roads, this family-owned restaurant serves cheese crisps, mole poblano, albondigas en chipotle, fish tacos, red and green tamales, pozole and the usual Mexican standards. Open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., 322-0977.

Break Out the Bubbly

The most celebrated sparkling wines always seem to signal festivities. Celebrate everyday life at Pastiche Modern Eatery, where all champagne and sparkling wines boast half-off prices during December. Located 3025 N. Campbell Ave., 325-3333. Closed Dec. 24-25.

True or False?

According to reader Chris, Claim Jumper is coming to the El Con Mall. He or she has been relentlessly bugging the Irvine, Calif.-based chain to come to Tucson. Finally, Chris received a message from the public relations department saying the doors will open around November 2004. Chris, Here's your next assignment: Start pestering In-n-Out Burger.

Happy Hanukkah

May all your latkes be light. Traditionally, the latke (lot-ka) is a pancake made from grated potatoes mixed with eggs, onions, matzo meal or flour and seasonings, then fried in oil. They're usually served with sour cream or applesauce. Not exactly like Mom's, IHOP's potato pancakes taste OK, as do the latkes at Feig's Deli.

Feds Probe Fried Chicken

Kentucky Fried Chicken's recent ads touting fried chicken as a healthy alternative to other fast food prompted an inquiry by the Federal Trade Commission. The ads have been cancelled, but they'll resume with a fresh theme. The last thing we want is stale fried chicken.
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