The taco.; it's one of the most ingenious expressions of culinary creativity, a tiny conveyor of meat, vegetable, sauce and cheese held together in a small flap of corn or flour. Across Central and South America the methodology of construction varies from one country to the next -- and here in Sou ... More >>
Few activities are more relaxing than getting drunk at nine o'clock in the morning. While it's generally not acceptable to get wasted in the early hours of the day, it's all right as long eggs are involved, as long as it's brunch. For all you early morning inebriates another bottomless breakfast/l ... More >>
Brunch is most individual's favorite meal of the week. It's makes sense, actually; it includes mimosas and Bloody Marys; it's slow and relaxing; and it includes plenty of bacon. What's not to like? As loved as brunch is, for the most part, it's only available on Sundays - major bummer when you hav ... More >>
Thanksgiving is kind of a big deal in terms of showing off your stuff in the kitchen. If you've done it already, you've probably figured out how to get by without mucking it up by using the same old tried and true recipes year after year -- but let's be honest here, unless you make the best pumpkin ... More >>
The dearth of variety of kosher food along Stirling Road frustrated Orlee Arfi when she and her husband Mike moved to South Florida five years ago. "It's Israeli food or a steakhouse," she said of the nearby choices. The stretch of Stirling in between Interstate 95 and U.S. 441 is littered with pit ... More >>
It's lunchtime and you're starving, but as a public service, we're imploring you to put down those Lunchables you stole from your kid's lunchbox and order something a little fresher -- like a sandwich or salad from Max's Harvest. Yes, you thought Max's Harvest wasn't open for lunch, and technically ... More >>
Delray Beach is known throughout South Florida as a foodie destination, and with good reason. Some of the best restaurants around are found up and down Atlantic Avenue. Whether you are looking for fine French cuisine, traditional cheese steaks, or a perfectly prepared rare steak, you can find it her ... More >>
Tucked behind an empty lot with anemic-looking trees, you can barely see Chapultepec while flying down Hallandale Beach Boulevard. Yet it's there, and it's a Mexico-Aztec-Incan oasis replete with cheap beer and slow-roasted meats stuffed inside everything from corn tortillas to tamales. The restaur ... More >>
If your way of celebrating Mexican heritage is making your standard 2 a.m. Taco Bell visit, freeze and put down the Chalupa. Clean Plate Charlie has got your covered on where you can celebrate Mexican Independence Day on Sunday, September 16, by visiting authentic Mexican restaurants in Broward. And ... More >>
Here at New Times, we're accustomed to getting comments on our blog, invitations from PR flacks, and queries from friends wondering whether the food critic might be a tad lonely and need a companion for dinner. But it's not every day that a reader sits down to write a full-fledged literary criticism ... More >>
Perhaps it's because it's been nearly two weeks since the Mad Men season opener and we still can't get that damned "Zou Bisou Bisou" song out of our heads. Or maybe it's the anticipation of sweet treats for Easter feasting. Whatever the cause, macaron, croissant, and all manner of flaky pastry are o ... More >>
The Grind, a festival of all things burgers, hits Miami's Wynwood arts district tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. with a host of burgers, brews, and entertainment for all.The event is billed as Miami's hometown burger competition, but Broward and Palm Beach counties are well represented with eight resta ... More >>
We're counting down to New Times' Best Of Broward/Palm Beach 2012 issue in June by serving up our top hundred favorite dishes. Click here for a full archive. If you have any nominations of your own, please add them to the comments or visit our Facebook page. 84. Tacos From Alegria TacosThere's ... More >>
I don't remember where I had my first Chipotle burrito, and that's the point. I was too busy eating it. I do remember the careful ritual: peeling off rounds of foil, a quick visual examination followed by a dash of Tabasco. The first expectant bite, then another, then another. Setting the burrito ... More >>
Wolfing down bowls of garlic-flavored ice cream isn't for everyone. If you're skipping Delray's Garlic Fest this weekend but still want to chow down, Deck 84 hopes to entice you with their new, breath-friendly brunch menu items.
How did I not know that Gran Forno had a second location on Las Olas? I did not. I'd been going to the bakery the past four months I've lived here, unaware of Gran Forno Pronto table service down the street. Why should it matter? Because the menu, the setting, and the price point hit a sweet spot ... More >>
Grimaldi's Travel the country in search of the perfect pie, and you'll probably come up with a simple fact -- New York pizza is somehow indefinably better. Many claim it's the water that makes New York pizzas (and bagels) superior. Others say the coal-fired ovens of old generated the perfect envi ... More >>
Regardless of whether a burger is from a fast food place or a gastropub, they inspire fierce loyalty and love. Indeed, some folks dedicate their lives to the pursuit of the perfect burger. Just ask The Burger Beast, whose third annual Burgie Awards are coming up this Saturday. In the meanti ... More >>
Big news for the food truck scene: Ron Kerr, the chef at Georgie's Alibi who has won the Riverwalk Trust Burger Battle for two years running- is poised to debut his very own food truck, Bites GastroTruck. Kerr was convinced to start a food truck by BurgerBeast Sef Gonzalez.As of this morning, Ker ... More >>
While we were feasting outside Rock Hard Tacos yesterday, a half dozen of people asked us what we liked among the many items in our spread, which led to inspiration for today's post. After all, how often have you dined at a place that's new to you, wishing you had ordered a dish that looks more i ... More >>
Chef Allen presents another delicious dish.Earlier this week, Chef Allen Susser spoke with Clean Plate Charlie about the upcoming Riverwalk Trust Burger Battle, the closing of Chef Allen's after 25 years and his plans for the future. If you missed the interview, you can read it here a ... More >>
Courtesy of Mike SapersteinJust because it's May 6 doesn't mean the Mexican festivities should stop. At El Jefe Luchador in Deerfield Beach, they don't just celebrate the 5th of May, they celebrate every day. Well, starting Tuesday they will, when they have their official grand opening. Tonight ... More >>
The horsey little burg of Wellington is hardly the first thought of anyone seeking a little culinary adventure, but the new Pangea Bistro (10140 Forest Hill Blvd., 561-793-9394) just may change all that. Founded by Venezuelan interior designer Grethel Boscan and a quartet of alums of the Fo ... More >>
Andrew's RestaurantAndrew's Restaurant, the "modern American bistro" in Boca Raton, is more than just modern. It's edgy, creative cuisine with some surprisingly different takes on popular dishes -- favorites like flatbread and crab cakes -- compliments of chef Roberto Hernandez, who has cooked ... More >>
Kick back with a cool cocktail at Out of the Blue.
Tricia WoolfendenDelicious vegan club -- tastes nothing like chicken.Meat eaters have the advantage over vegetarians in many dining situations, not the least of which is at the deli counter or sandwich joint. Palm Beach County in particular is flush with authentic New York-style delis where the m ... More >>
Michael Schwartz's genuine food has made him one of South Florida's most acclaimed chefs. At a time when foams and gels and airs and kitchens outfitted with the kind of equipment better suited to a science lab than a place to cook have been lavished with more hype than the Super Bowl, ... More >>
Flickr: KrynskyIn L.A., food-truck lines are ridiculous.Hungering for food cooked on a mobile stove but want to skip the drive to the 305? The food truck trend is sizzling in Miami, but north of the Miami-Dade border, it's harder to get in on.
Photobucket: tipt544 Yum, fish tacos! Ever since your recent trip to the West Coast, Cali has you smitten. The perfect weather, the beautiful people, the sightseeing, and -- most important -- the fish tacos! So what is a Baja-loving Floridian to do? You need look no further! Listed a ... More >>
RichSponsors of The Hottest Chefs of South Florida Calendar host another "Meet the Chef" party Thursday at Carmen's at the Bridge in Boca Raton. These parties are where the guests get samples of the chefs foods while getting their calendar signed.Chef Dudley Bell Rich of Carmen's at the Bridge (M ... More >>
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