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  • Rediscover Japanese cuisine at Marumi Sushi in Sunrise

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    Rediscover Japanese cuisine at Marumi Sushi in Sunrise

    Even the stateliest among us lose all pretensions over a bowl of good soup. Soup is soul food. The simplest food. The food you first experiment with as a child -- whether it's using the letters in your alphabet soup to spell dirty words or playfully...

    by John Linn on October 30, 2008
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    Empanadas By Hand

    Juan Zavala Jr. was sitting with relatives in his native Argentina when someone brought up the age-old question: "What should we get for dinner?" The choice came down to pizza or empanadas, and the latter was chosen near unanimously. That's when Juan...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 17, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    Slow Foods Exotic Fruit Brunch this Sunday

    This Sunday, September 21, 2008: If you've never eaten a Mamey (tastes like a sweet potato crossed with a papaya) or a Jackfruit (juicyfruit candy crossed with bananas) you'll have a chance this Sunday to give it a whirl, courtesy of Fairchild Tropic...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on September 16, 2008 @ 11:36 am
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    Hotel Biba Toasts Flavor Palm Beach

    [ Biba: Haunt of the Hotties We're officially halfway through Flavor Palm Beach, the only thirty dollar three-course meal you're likely to get in the foreseeable future. Have you been to Forte yet? Solu? Strip House? I stopped in to Forte last ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on September 16, 2008 @ 10:15 am
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    Gay Speed Dating at Java Boys

    Serious serial monogamy There have always been things to love about Java Boys in Wilton Manors. Besides the best mocha in the world (seriously: everybody else skimps on the chocolate), Java Boys has pretty good pound cakes, comfy sofas, a friendly cl...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on September 16, 2008 @ 9:30 am
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    Booze Hound - Scully's Tavern

    I've always felt like Kendall is a Chinese finger cuff of a suburb. It isn't particularly interesting (other than some dude who drives around with a weather vane and a toilet seat glued to his car), it's swarmed with identical peach colored strip mal...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on September 15, 2008 @ 1:01 pm
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    Oprah's Vegan Chef at Sublime

    Dude comes with a price tag. Deconstructed Press Release: Ft. Lauderdale--Fresh from his stint as Oprah Winfrey's chef for her 21-Day Cleanse... um, correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the point of a "cleanse" to stop eating for a while? Don't y...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on September 15, 2008 @ 11:00 am
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    A Feast Through Eastern Europe, Part 7: Budapest and Paris

    We loved everything about M Restaurant (Kertsz u. 48), including the goose leg gobbled in the photo above. We'd arrived into the city at dusk, showered, and headed out a bit weary after a very long ride in a van (from Skopje). We were going to eat a...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 15, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    A Feast Through Eastern Europe, Part 6: Budapest

    We were in the city for just four days, but that was long enough to pick up an obvious vibe: Budapest is happening. It is young. It is hip. It is, along with places such as Berlin and Barcelona, part of a new world order of cities worth traveling to;...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 12, 2008 @ 1:00 am
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    A Feast Through Eastern Europe, Part 5: Lake Ohrid

    On this stretch of the trip, in a tiny fishing village tucked into a pristine corner of Lake Ohrid (one of the oldest, deepest lakes in the world), we ate almost every meal at "home" -- meaning prepared on a small two-burner electric oven outdoors, o...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 11, 2008 @ 10:00 am
  • Cooking Like a Rock Star - No need for nostalgia at Giovanni Rocchio's Valentino's

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    Cooking Like a Rock Star - No need for nostalgia at Giovanni Rocchio's Valentino's

    I don't know how the Italians managed it. They've infiltrated the collective consciousness so thoroughly that even a WASPy Irish/English daughter of the American Revolution like me feels that her childhood must have included some old nonna cooking g...

    by Gail Shepherd on October 23, 2008
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    A Feast Through Eastern Europe, Part 4: Skopje Restaurants

    It was half-past midnight, and folks in the photo above were lining up for late-night street snacks. Actually, they pretty much queue up day and night at this bakery that has been operating for over one hundred years, and now is one of just a few Ma...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 10, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    Sit On It and Spin: Brunch at Pier Top

    You could be here Brunch at Pier 66. The Pier Top lounge on the rotating top floor of the Pier 66 Hyatt Regency hotel closed down some time ago, and it was too damned bad. With its ever-changing view of the marina, the port, downtown, and the be...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on September 9, 2008 @ 10:55 am
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    A Feast Through Eastern Europe, Part 3

    Friends in Skopje, Macedonia, and in nearby Dracevo, are like family to my wife and I; we've been here quite a few times over the years. So many people invite us to their homes for dinner that it becomes a rare occasion to eat in restaurants. We did ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 9, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    Miami Spice Review: Table 8

    Table 8, the chic-Los Angeles import tucked into the Hotel De Soleil at the north tip of Ocean Drive, isn't too coy on its Miami Spice preview page about why you should pay a visit: the chef, Govind Armstrong, is "famous", the ambience is "trendy",...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on September 8, 2008 @ 4:56 pm
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    Flavor Palm Beach Report: Metronome

    Metronome is a relative newcomer to the Palm Beach Gardens dining strip along PGA Boulevard, and in spite of this wearisome location, it's a darling place both outside and in -- oversized French bistro posters, cushy red banquettes, red and white str...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on September 8, 2008 @ 11:33 am
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    A Feast Through Eastern Europe, Part 2: Belgrade

    We stayed on a houseboat a bit outside the city, rode rented bicycles all over the place, and enjoyed Belgrade immensely -- but truth be told, this particular leg of the journey wasn't culinarily oriented. Generally our lunches were crafted from good...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 8, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    Ike Wins, Iron Fork Postponed

    For everyone looking forward to the New Times' Iron Fork event next week at the Miami Science Museum, it pains us to say that it has been postponed to October 30. Yes, we played a game of chicken with Hurricane Ike and we lost. But no worries, hol...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on September 5, 2008 @ 4:43 pm
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    A Feast Through Eastern Europe, Part 1

    A stopover for lunch in New York; three days on a houseboat in Belgrade, Serbia; a week with friends in Skopje, Macedonia; eight days in a house, with many many kids, right upon Lake Ohrid, also in Macedonia; four days in Budapest, Hungary; an overni...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Lee Klein on September 5, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    3 Food Headlines to Ruin Your Day

    Ceci n'est pas un "Grouper" Something Fishy: Sysco has been selling "grouper" to Florida restaurants. Only problem? It isn't. Eat Your Spinach. People are starving in Africa. Eight million Ethiopians need urgent food relief. Hey, asshole, I or...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on September 4, 2008 @ 9:35 am
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