News and Notes

WELCOME! The Gilbert Farmers Market is NOW OPEN!

29 November 2010

Hours EVERY Saturday:
8AM-2PM

Location: Gilbert Park & Ride just west of the Gilbert Water Tower

Come visit us and Support Local Farms & Family Owned Business's

HAPPY Thanksgiving 2010!

24 November 2010

ENJOY the time with your family.

Euro Cafe will be closed Thursday November 25th 2010.

Normal hours for the weekend.

Janice & Romeo would like to thank all the wonderful guests for supporting us ,

and the great emploees for making everything possible for our guests and us.

THANK YOU!

The Gilbert Farmers Market is NOW OPEN!!

19 November 2010

Hours Every Saturday (Rain or Shine!):
8AM-2PM

Location: Gilbert Park & Ride just west of the Gilbert Water Tower 222 N. Ash Street Gilbert, Az 85296

Come visit us and Support Local Farms, Family Owned Business's, Hand made Crafts and a handful of local Non-Profit Organizations!

http://www.gilbertfarmersmarket.com/Gilbert_Farmers_Market/Welcome.html

Arizona Wine Growers Association

30 October 2010

Shake hands and drink the juice of Arizona's own grape farmers and wine producers in the picturesque setting of Phoenix's historic The Farm at South Mountain this fall. More than 20 of the state's top wine growers will gather to showcase their finest wines at this interactive event. Guests will learn about Arizona wine production, participate in fun and educational wine seminars and taste dozens of wines!

Arizona Wine Week is fast approaching!

23 October 2010

The week kicks off on Saturday, October 30th with a 5K fun run in Phoenix and culminates on Saturday, November 6th with our
Second Annual Festival at the Farm.

The Governor of Arizona will officially proclaim Arizona Wine Week on
Monday, November 1st!

 Get the week started right!   See below.

Meet the people that make your food

20 October 2010

WELCOME!
The Gilbert Farmers Market is having its Grand Opening on October 23rd, 2010!

For details:http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Gilbert-Farmers-Market/148632281837954?v=info


Superstition Farm in concert with Mooster's Moo-tique and Udder Delights collectively are offering a Dairy Food CSA (Co-MOO-nity Supported Agriculture).

For details: http://www.superstitionfarmtours.com/dairyclub.html

PUMPKIN AND CHILI PARTY

11 October 2010

For the past 13 years, Schnepf Farms has been serving up heaping bowls of chili, cornbread and roasted sweet corn at this celebration. Guests can pick out a pumpkin, go on a hayride, watch a pig race and wander through the sprawling corn maze.

Details: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays; 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Oct. 1-31. $15, free for age 2 and under. Schnepf Farms, 24810 S. Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek. 480-987-3100, schnepffarms.com.

Than come have lunch @ Romeo's Euro Café.

Southern AZ wine event: October 8th at 6:30 PM

24 September 2010
2007 Rancho Rossa, Casa Cuvee (Marsanne/Roussane)
A blend of Marsanne and roussane, fermented in American oak for 11 months. Ripe pear and tropical fruit 
flavors with a touch of toast. 

2009 Kief Joshua, Chenin Blanc
A very aromatic and easy drinking white, with aromas of apple and honey. The apple reverberates on the 
palate with pleasant lemon and subtle grassiness. 

2008 Canelo Hills, Sunrise(Nebbiolo/Syrah)
Bright ruby color with faint violet, raspberry and tart cherry nose, this is a blend of Nebbiolo and Syrah
in roughly equal proportions. It tastes of pomegranate and cranberry with a clear, crisp, acidic finish. 

2007 Charron Vineyards, Syrah
This Syrah has a nice inky black color and oaky backbone. Very similar to a fine Australian Shiraz. 
Full-bodied with a touch of sweet blackberry fruit wraps it all up nicely.

2010 Shadow, (fortified port style wine)

National Comedy Theatre

8 September 2010

Our old location is put to great use. Comedy Improv. Give them a try.

http://nctphoenix.com/

9/4: Phoenix Cooks!

1 September 2010

And, of course, no foodie gathering would be complete without a cooking challenge involving mystery ingredients.

In addition to learning new kitchen techniques (say, how to work with chocolate), brushing up on food and wine/beer pairings and getting the scoop on heirloom tomatoes, home cooks can ogle (and buy) the sexiest new kitchen equipment, gadgets, knives, glassware and table decorations.

Details: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4. JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa, 5350 E. Marriott Drive, Phoenix.
$75-$90. (480) 293-5000, phoenixcooks.com.




 
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