HOTLINE: Saturday, Nov. 10

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Dr. Michael Robb
Owner of FIX24

Address: 7000 East Mayo Blvd, Suite 1058, Phoenix, AZ 85054
Phone: 480.419.1500

Event Info:

Free seminar on Avoiding Injury during Holiday Travel

Monday, November 12 from 2-4pm
LaQuinta Inn & Suites
16321 North 83rd Avenue (Between Bell Rd. and Thunderbird Rd.)
Peoria, AZ 85382
To RSVP, call (623) 889-7398

Wednesday, November 14 at 6pm
FIX24 Scottsdale Chiropractic
7000 East Mayo Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85054
To RSVP, call (480) 419-1500

Suddenly Slimmer Day and Med Spa
3313 E. Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85018

DIY Enzyme Peel Mask

This Brightening Enzyme Peel Mask exfoliates, smoothes away dead skin cells, stimulates circulation in the face, resulting in a warm, rosy glow.
Here's why it works: Unripe papaya contains natural alpha-hydroxy acids and high levels of papain, an enzyme that helps dissolve dead skin cells. Yogurt adds lactic acid (another alpha-hydroxy) and gives the mask a creamy texture, and honey helps skin retain moisture. When left on, the mask should tingle slightly; if you have sensitive skin or prefer a gentler exfoliation, use ripe papaya, which has less papain.

Enzyme Peel
1/2 cup unripe papaya, diced
1 teaspoon plain yogurt
1 teaspoon honey
Blend ingredients in a food processor until smooth. Apply to clean skin using fingers; leave on for 8 to 10 minutes. Rinse off using cool water and pat dry. Finish by applying a gentle moisturizer.
If you're short on time, try a ready-made mask that uses the same active ingredient, papain. Options include:  Jan Marini Skin Zyme

Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott Talk about Creating the Strip and Sign Books

When: 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10.

Where: Changing Hands Bookstore, 6428 S. McClintock Drive, Tempe.

Admission: Free; ($35 for hardbound Treasury book if desired).

Details: 480-730-0205,


Makes 2 9-inch Pizzas
The introduction of this pizza at the opening of our Beverly Hills restaurant in 1985 ignited the California Pizza Kitchen craze. We combined great-tasting barbecued chicken with cheese and pizza crust – two all-American favorites in every bite! Instantly popular, it opened our eyes to the infinite potential of non-traditional toppings. Though we have seen it copied throughout the U.S., nobody does it better than the original.
BBQ Chicken Pieces
10 ounces boneless/skinless chicken breasts cut into ¾-inch cubes
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 tablespoons favorite BBQ sauce (we use a spicy-sweet sauce)
For the Pizza
Cornmeal, semolina or flour for handling raw pizza dough
½ cup favorite BBQ sauce
2 tablespoons shredded smoked Gouda cheese
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
¼ small red onion, sliced in 1/8-inch pieces
2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
1. In a large frying pan, cook the chicken in olive oil over medium-high heat until just cooked, 5 to 6 minutes. Do not overcook. Set aside in the refrigerator until chilled through. Once chilled, coat the chicken with 2 tablespoons BBQ sauce; set aside in the refrigerator.
2. Place the pizza stone in the center of the oven and preheat to 500 degrees Fahrenheit for one hour before cooking pizzas.
3. Use a large spoon to spread ¼ cup BBQ sauce evenly over the surface of the prepared dough within the rim. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon smoked Gouda cheese over the sauce. Cover with ¾ cup shredded mozzarella.
4. Distribute half the chicken pieces evenly over the cheese (approximately 18 pieces). Place approximately 18 to 20 pieces of red onion over the surface. Sprinkle an additional ¼ cup mozzarella over the top of the pizza.
5. Transfer the pizza to the oven; bake until the crust is crisp and golden and the cheese at the center is bubbly, 8 to 10 minutes. When the pizza is cooked, carefully remove it from the oven; sprinkle 1 tablespoon cilantro over the hot surface. Slice and serve.
6. Repeat with remaining ingredients for a second pizza. (The 2 pizzas may be prepared simultaneously if you are careful in placing the pizzas at opposite corners of your pizza stone.)