Feast among the foliage and help nourish children’s education.
We in South Florida have a romantic and wistful appreciation for the “fall” and “winter.” Or at least we appreciate our imagined version of how those seasons are traditionally experienced up north. This idealized image of the fall, with its foods and traditions, dances in our minds as soon as the temperature hits 78 degrees [...]
This holiday season, I am all about the group gifts. A recession holiday means pooling resources, as in giving gifts to a group (like a family basket of treats) or giving gifts as a group. I, for one, am not in a position to be laying out for huge and generous gifts. However, with the [...]
* * * Bayside Grill at the Standard Hotel * * * If you enjoy lamb or Mediterranean cuisine, Wednesday night’s Slow Food dinner is for you. Chef Mark Zeitouni of the Lido at the Standard Hotel presides over this menu, which will prominently feature the Navajo-Churro lamb. Slow Food USA promotes and features rare [...]
Miami Dish loves a limoncello. We may have to send our John diRocco to The Tides Hotel to see if he approves of this unorthodox use of the yellow elixir. Chef Pietro Rota, of Tides’ restaurant La Marea, makes his own stash, which he uses for the genius invention of limoncello popsicles. The popsicles garnish [...]