In case you didn't know, President Obama is hitting up Florida this weekend, giving terrorist fist bumps shoutouts to Dania Beach ice cream shop owners and looking to push his health-care initiative. But if the proverbial crap begins to hit the proverbial fan in the Ukraine, POTUS may well cancel t ... More >>
Cabbage. The word does not exactly inspire orgasms of culinary delight. We wouldn't turn down some nice sauerkraut to top off a Reuben, but cabbage is generally bland and tastless when it hasn't been fermented in its own juices, drowned in vinegar, and covered in deli mustard. Still, the health br ... More >>
The 54th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show kicked off Thursday, and will run through the weekend. It's a time for people to head on out to take a look at all kinds of boats, from small vessels to super yachts. The event is expected to bring in about half a billion dollars for the city ... More >>
This past weekend was a busy one for South Florida foodies. Broward had some porcine deliciousness at Baconfest. Miami featured the epic South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Fortunately, for us, we got to do a bit of both.While we were there we got to sample some amazing food, drink some darned good ... More >>
Roast turkey. Pot roast. The ham with the little pineapple-ring hats. These are the makings of your standard -- read: predictable -- holiday dinner. Step up your game this season with an insanely decadent (but totally doable) lambchetta recipe from Daniel Naumko, owner of the Sybarite Pig, coming so ... More >>
The decor is contemporary and overpoweringly red: red leather booths, cherry wood walls, red curtains, and giant flat screen TVs playing Russian pop music videos. The menu, though, is full of classics. So the three-month old Russia House restaurant has it all: the feel of modern-day St. Petersburg ... More >>
Privet means "hi" in Russian and the new ultra lounge opening on the second floor of Gulfstream Park's main building named after the greeting promises to bring Russian decadence and lots of vodka to the racetrack and entertainment complex.Privet is decorated in (what else) shades of red and features ... More >>
Falafel, hummus, kibbe, feta, souvlaki...the bounty of Mediterranean- and Greek-inspired cuisine in South Florida is no joke. And while the spectacle of belly dancers and flaming cheese seems geared more for tourist cameras than culinary success, there are some seriously good eats that pay homage ... More >>
We've got a pair of tickets to give away to Garlic Fest, the quirky Delray Beach event that celebrates the odiferous vegetable. Why celebrate a flavor that keeps away vampires and ensures trench mouth breath that rivals the taste of stale cigarettes?Like other maligned foods, garlic has an intere ... More >>
Travel ChannelAnthony Bourdain and friends at the radioactive wonder wheel.In last night's episode of No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain once again goes to places people only dream of going (if you happen to dream about nuclear holocaust).Our intrepid traveler, always in search of a good meal and ... More >>
A sexual harassment suit filed against Congressman Alcee Hastings combines two of the Miramar Democrat's weaknesses -- taxpayer-paid globetrotting and women underlings he has had in the government's employ. RightklikPacker and HastingsWinsome Packer, the former high-level Capitol Hill policy ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanThis isn't nearly as tough as granite.We mistakenly thought everyone knew about halva, the sesame-based treat found in nearly every deli and Middle Eastern market. But when one of our friends spotted this plastic container in our pantry and exclaimed, "What the heck is that?" ... More >>
Jeopardy time. This black market product costs governments worldwide $50 billion every year, fuels Hezbollah, the PKK and other terrorist cells and runs on global crime syndicates and hundreds of underground factories in China and Eastern Europe.via Wikimedia CommonsHeroin, you say? Cocaine? Automa ... More >>
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