During the Chinese Diaspora (starting in the 19th century and lasting until 1949), Chinese people traveled across the world, bring with them their culture and flavorful fare. Throughout its travels, the cuisine adapted to several variations and forms. Different versions of traditional versions can ... More >>
Christmas is a holiday full of traditions. Pine trees, wreaths, egg nog, fruit cake, ham turkey: all symbols of the day for those who celebrate Christmas. While most Jews don't partake in the typical gentile conventions, many have developed a Christmas practice of their own. For the past century ... More >>
Like most holidays, for those who celebrate, Christmas is considered one of the greatest food days of the year. Between piles of turkey, ham, roast beef, or whatever else, by the time evening comes around, revelers are probably going to need to pass out from a food coma. That being said, not every ... More >>
For the next two days you can stretch your stomach and eat everything in sight. Or you can starve yourself in an attempt to make room for the big day. Whatever your training methods, move over Adam Richmond, because Man vs. Food hasn't seen anything like the Inaugural Dim Sum Eating Contest at Kapow ... More >>
RobertBanh via Creative CommonsGet some, dim sum.Dim sum is the ideal meal for nibblers, seeing as you get to partake in a variety of delicious little treats like dumplings, rolls, cakes and rice noodle balls. This Chinese tradition is coming to Delray Beach for Buddha Sky Bar's Taste of Dim Sum ... More >>
As a countdown to the Best of Broward Palm Beach 2011, coming in June, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to Deirdra.Funcheon@BrowardPalmBeach.com.No. 90: Pork Buns From Umi Fish Bar Grill It goes without saying that Sou ... More >>
Real Chinese cuisine in Palm Beach County? Well, stranger things have happened. At least they will if all goes according to plan at the new China Beach Bistro (409 Northwood Rd., 561-833-4242), an upscale restaurant dedicated to
by Lisa RabIt was 12:30 p.m. last Saturday, and I was starving. I'd just finished an extremely sweaty yoga class and was eagerly speeding off to Sunrise to meet some friends for dim sum. Toa Toa, the highly acclaimed Chinese-food institution in a strip mall, would surely be worth the half-hour sc ... More >>
Photo by Flickr user LucasTheExperienceOK, I'll confess: I'm one of those gals who not only tries to get all her holiday shopping done early but also all at once. The thought of visiting department stores more than one time during the insanity of the holiday season is enough to give me hives. But ... More >>
I didn't exactly have high expectations when I was tasked with reviewing Wendy's new boneless chicken creations. I've certainly had a square hamburger or two from the red=headed temptress' chain, but it's never the first choice I make. So it's with a very real sense of dread that I walk through t ... More >>
An excited fan of the Fort Lauderdale Ninja Thieves!Orioles May Leave, Opening Door for Thieves Team officials for the Orioles snuck out of Broward County yesterday for a secretive meeting with Lee County leaders. Over lunch at a Perkins, they discussed the possibility of the Orioles moving to Fort ... More >>
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