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So in the spirit of competition, we pitted our eight best dining areas against one another in a March Madness-style bracket. We asked readers on our food blog, Clean Plate Charlie, to vote for a winner. And vote you did. We clocked 5,825 votes – more than a few recent municipal elections (we're looking at you, Wilton Manors).
Click here to read about the winner and all the voting that brought the title.
Though television might have us believe that every kitchen has a tank of liquid nitrogen, some of our favorite chefs and foodies insist that classic is best. We asked them to gaze into a crystal ball and foretell the future of food. From Mom's cooking to Mad Men-style drinking to a trip to the farm, the answers took on their own trend — everything old is new again. Continued>>
"Florida is the hardest state to grow produce in," says Jodie Swank of Swank Specialty Produce in Loxahatchee. She and her husband, Darrin, have owned the hydroponic farm, which supplies produce to almost every farm-to-table restaurant in South Florida, since 2002. Continued>>
The neighborhood dive bar may not be flashy, and its food might never win a Michelin star, but you're not going to watch the big game at Jean-Georges, are you? We are fortunate to have some great dives in South Florida. From outdoor bars so close to the beach that you can taste the ocean in your beer to hideaways tucked away into alleys and strip malls, there's a place for you to call home. Here are some of our food-serving favorite dives. Continued>>
Thus was such a disappointing issue! Seems like the writer just used a lot of material (not to mention the listings) off the site. It was very drab and dumb down. And nothing from the actual food writer/critic?! Weak!