HOTLINE: Saturday, Aug. 30

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by Patricia Sauceda

azfamily.com

Posted on August 30, 2014 at 11:03 AM

Grabbagreen introduces Grabba Breakfast
 
September is Better Breakfast Month and Grabbagreen has a brand-new breakfast menu.

Grabbagreen is a food and juice restaurant satisfying the cravings of Valley customers with the option of grabbing healthy super foods that are beneficial to their health on the go.

The new breakfast menu includes quinoa cakes (healthy take on pancakes), collard breakfast wraps (instead of typical tortilla), Acai cups, and breakfast sandwiches made with quinoa.

The menu has over two-dozen foods with super nutrients. Menu items include grains, proteins, veggies, salads, smoothies, cold-pressed juice, peanut butter bars, granola, elixirs and even a handful of items just for kids.

Grabbagreen made the popular Mango Bowl from the new breakfast menu on air:

Mango Bowl ingredients:

Quinoa
Brown rice
Mango
Pinapple
Banana
Granola
Coconut
Almond milk
Chia

Grabbagreen
www.grabbagreen.com
480-991-9901

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

7677 N. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
602-997-2626

Summer might be over, but the fun never ends at Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort. Join us for one of our upcoming events and activities for the whole family!

Grillmasters Class With Chef Ken

Today at noon at Hole-In-The-Wall (Open to the public)

Turning out smokehouse and BBQ favorites at the iconic Hole-in-the-Wall restaurant, which dates back to the 1940s, means Chef Ken knows a thing or two about BBQ. Join him for his hour-long Grill Masters Class to learn all about how to smoke meats, use sauces and rubs, and the difference between BBQing and grilling. Afterwards, enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch. Participants over the age of 21 will also enjoy one Hole-in-the-Wall Margarita with their lunch. (Cost is $20 per person). Call 602-997-2626 and ask for Hole-in-the-Wall for reservations.

Pumpkins At The Peak

Oct. 24 from 5 - 7 p.m.

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort will transform the River Ranch water park to a glowing carnival of Jack-o-lanterns, ghosts and ghouls for the 18th annual Pumpkins At The Peak event benefiting St. Mary's Food Bank.

Open to the public with a canned food or $5 donation to St. Mary's Food Bank required for entry, the carnival will feature live entertainment, festive treats, family games, crafts and costume fun - all in the name of stopping hunger in the Valley. From fortune telling to face painting, more than 20 activities and craft booths will provide non-stop entertainment. Families are encouraged to dress in their most spirited Halloween costumes.

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