GOOD builds a map of the United States, sandwich by sandwich.
Here are some the answers I received. Weigh in on yours.
It’s still slow going with school lunch, but efforts to improve the meal are gaining momentum in Miami and around the country.
I would argue that a Cuban sandwich is the most famous sandwich in South Florida.
* * * Chef-instructor Michael Moran and students/ Photographs in this post courtesy of Mitchell Zachs-FIU School of Hospitality Management* * * My, Lunch Week sure is long! I suppose when you write your own blog you can take some liberties… FIU Hospitality School reopened its dining room last week. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, [...]
The fourth grade girls spoke of last year’s mysterious taco salad. “Nobody [the teachers] saw it but all the students were throwing their taco salads away,” said fourth grader Luly, “because they heard that somebody threw up in class right after eating it.” Something in it might have been expired, the girls said. If you [...]
Monday’s lunch at Miami Dade schools. /Michelle Gutierrez I’m a member of Slow Food Miami. Slow Food is an international organization which advocates for the celebration and preservation of local and sustainable food traditions, community and culture. The group fosters the sustainable agriculture of diverse foods, including heirloom seeds or rare livestock breeds around the [...]
It’s the end of summer and the beginning of a new school year. That means it’s time for Lunch Week again at Miami Dish. This week is all about the midday meal. I’ll share a new Man on the Street contribution, as well as some links to help you think outside of the (lunch) box. [...]
Man on the Street is a Miami Dish column about finding a lunch that scrimps on cash but not on taste. However, I haven’t been able to keep up Man in the Street since I started it, so I need your help! I am extending the contest through October, since the 24,24, 24 Farm-to-Table dinner [...]
* * *courtesy of NOAA * * * OK, so maybe the Man on the Street contest for Lunch Week was not at the forefront of your mind this week. I realize that most people are dealing with the stress of “the cone”. So, I’m extending the end date for the Man on the Street [...]