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Cool Beans! Make a Snack of Roasted Garbanzo Beans

Like edamame? Roast fresh garbanzo beans for an easy, addicting snack.

Recipe: Sweet Summer Pepper Corn

Excerpt: Aw, shucks! The corn at the market is fresh, tender and sweet.

Les Dames d’Escoffier Hosts Tropical Brunch

Feast among the foliage and help nourish children’s education.

Recipe: Sautéed Spinach with Pine Nuts and Raisins

Eat your spinach! Instead of cooking these greens in boiling water, sauté them to keep the nutrients and the flavor.

Recipe: Chocolate Fondue for Two

Dip in-season star fruit and strawberries in this Toblerone-based fondue.

Recipe: Spicy Strawberry Salsa

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

Thinking Aloud: My Blogging Resolutions for 2012

I get all meta on you. Hey, it’s the new year.

New Project: Sound Bite

I hope that Sound Bite will be a notebook, a workshop and a conversation about food in South Florida.

Good Food: From Farm to Sea to Table in South Florida

In college, I felt intimidated and unmoved by the theoryheads at school.  As I used to say: Macaroni and cheese or Foucault? Which one is of greater benefit to the world? You can guess which one I chose.  The 7th Annual South Florida Environmental Ethics Conference sounds philosophical and lofty, but there’s nothing more practical than the food we eat and the soil […]

How About Some Canistel With Your Turkey?

    The Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock enjoyed a three day gathering with the Wampanoag Indians. They ate corn; waterfowl like ducks and geese, and maybe some cranberries. There is no evidence that they ate any turkey. I discovered this while listening to an interview with a historian from the Plimoth Plantation on […]