The pink-and-red gingerbread-looking house on East Commercial Boulevard could have been plucked out of Epcot Center's German pavilion and dropped in the middle of Fort Lauderdale.
Sure Norma and Dieter Dauer sell apple and cherry strudel, poppy-seed cake, and crumb cake out of the pocket-sized hous ... More >>
Season is here. The weather has cooled down. The snowbirds are starting to flock south. The Speedos are out and about. And the festivals are here. This weekend, in particular, the food festivals are going strong. Flavors of Fort Lauderdale is on in Broward. Delray has the Delray Beach Wine and Seafo ... More >>
A trio of strange headlines to send your way at the day's end. Behold, Monday's food news.The Economist reports that sales of squirrel meat have soared since it was introduced to North London grocery stores in 2010. Will the trend jump the pond? With few regulations regarding arsenic in food, ric ... More >>
They are faithful to a huge organization, led by the vision of one man, claiming to find love, happiness and redemption in allegiance to its symbols and lore. It makes them sing, cry, and make pilgrimages for thousands of miles. But there's a dark side to this faith: catch them off-guard with any ... More >>
Well, that was interesting. Two and a half months of research into the teeming underworld of Disney superfans yielded a rather unusual cover story this week, "The Mouse Who Loved Me." We traveled to Anaheim, rode Spaceship Earth, attended a singles meetup at the Magic Kingdom, and more, for your ... More >>