An Inclusive History of the United States in 100 Satiating Bites

The American Plate: A Culinary History in 100 Bites is a recounting of the sociopolitical history of the United States in 100 foodstuffs.

Good Catch: Recipes & Stories Celebrating the Best of Florida’s Waters

As with anything good, this new cookbook opens with cocktails.

New App Delivers All Of Miami–Literally–To Your Doorstep

Need a cold-brew after a slightly regrettable night—or don’t have time to wait in line for a 3 p.m. fix? Counting the days until stone crab season? Panther Coffee and ...

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Where to To Take Out-of-Towners to Eat in Miami

Got friends or family coming into town to escape the cold or ...

Miami Drink: Make a Pimm’s Cup Cocktail

In the first Miami Drink Video Bite, Chuck Ferrin demonstrates how to ...

Recipe: Spicy Strawberry Salsa

Make this piquant salsa to complement roasted salmon, chicken, turkey or pork.

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Four Fascinating Moments from the International Association of Culinary Professionals Conference

Ferran Adria, eating bugs with the Nordic Food Lab and going beyond fry bread in Native American cuisine

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Look out for Trina Dish!

A heads up: Follow TrinaDish on Instagram, Twitter and Google +

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Making a New City and Kitchen My Own

On these gritty below-freezing days in the Midwest, I crave soul-warming soups. I crave hearty squash. A pumpkin-and-tomato or zapallo soup from Laylita’s Kitchen fits the bill.

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Chicago Dish

Until later, Miami. I’m headed to the Third Coast.

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Local Cheese, Please

South Florida is not a major producer of small artisanal cheeses, but if you look further afield to other parts of the state and to Georgia, it is possible to get enough interesting, tasty cheeses to create a regional cheese plate.

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Welcome Oakland Park’s New Culinary Arts District on Tuesday

Do you think “culinary district” when you think Oakland Park? Do you think about Oakland Park at all? Well, maybe you should as the community seems to be on its way to developing a downtown based around food culture.

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Lucky Rice Founder on Why Miami Is A Great Place for an Asian Food Festival

Although less than 2 percent of Miami-Dade County’s population is Asian-American, Danielle Chang, founder of the Lucky Rice Festival, decided her party had enough appeal last year to come back to Miami Beach for a second round. The festival, happening Friday, Nov. 15., celebrates Asian food and culture in a few major cities across the country, including New York, […]

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Learn to Cook Conch, Beignets and Other Haitian Dishes

For those eager to reclaim the recipes of the Haitian kitchen or for those who are curious about Haitian food, Liliane Nerette-Louis is opening her own kitchen to a small group this Saturday.

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Trader Joe’s Opens First Miami Location in Pinecrest

After pining on “Bring Trader Joe’s to Miami” Facebook pages or making a two-hour drive to the closest Trader Joe’s location in Naples, Miami’s Trader Joe’s devotees now have their own store. It opens Friday, Oct. 18th.

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Gaston Acurio, Peru’s Most Famous Chef, Will Open Miami Restaurant

Gaston Acurio will open a branch of his restaurant chain, La Mar, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Brickell Key. Acurio is Peru’s most famous chef.

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