Meet Some Wino’s

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What a busy week and fun it was to be at the Water into Wine Festival last Saturday. Met some great people, sold pie by the slice.. here’s some people I met there: Patt Manheim of the Manheim Gallery they are open from Wed to Sat 1-5pm – their Gallery displays and sells Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Ceramics/Pottery and Jewelry. Check out their site http://www.themanheimgallery.com Jerome Winery and Bitter Creek Winery – they would like … Read more

2nd Annual Water to Wine Festival

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2nd Annual Water to Wine Festival at Old Town Center for the Arts on April 17, 2010 Come celebrate spring at the Water to Wine Festival at Old Town Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 17th from 3:00 – 7:00 PM. Six Verde Valley Wine Growers will showcase their wines and offer wine tasting amidst music, entertainment, local foods, and educational opportunities to learn about green living. Headlining the event will be one … Read more

Shop for a Good Cause

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We support the local food pantry by “Feeding the Hungry one pie at a time.” Every pie that you buy $2.00 does go the local pantry.” Keep this in mind when you are ordering. Another Shop for a Good Cause has come up it’s for the New Life Childrens’ Home/Medical Center in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This is a local Sedona Fundraiser. Sunday, April 18, from 11 am to 5:00pm and will take place at Imagine … Read more

Reminder – Open House

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A wonderful day to finish of your Easter Celebrations, or if you are strolling and shopping in and around Talaquepaque or Hillside Plaza. Sedona, AZ… Read more

Wedding Traditions to Trends

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Wedding traditions to trends with the History of Pie Fruit pies or tarts (pasties) where probably first made in the 1500s. English tradition credits making the first cherry pie, given to Queen Elizabeth I. Fruitcakes have been holiday and wedding cakes which have a very heavy fruit content. The name “fruitcake” can be traced back only as far as the Middle Ages. It is formed from a combination of the Latin fructus, and French … Read more

Verde Valley Wine

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Verde Valley Wine is about the local wine makers here in Sedona, Cottonwood, Cornville and which is considered the Verde Valley area. Plus, I have been asking wine makers to do a pie and wine tasting – there is cheese and wine, why not pie and wine? The event will cover, “How to select a wine to complement your favorite Sedona Pie.” Hopefully, this will be announced shortly. Here’s some information about the history … Read more

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