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    Weekend Foodie Fun

    So it's Friday at 3 p.m., and you're starting to eye the clock ticking away on the bottom righthand corner of your screen. But you've got no weekend plans, you hard-to-please foodie you. We know what you need. You need a Saturday stroll through a b...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on August 1, 2008 @ 3:57 pm
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    Booze Hound - Jake's Bar & Grill

    In a time of such economic strife, I say screw the beef! Instead of dinner out on the town, I suggest one blow their shrinking wads of indulgence-flow on the savory, sweet nectar of catastrophe -- booze. Yet, New Times doesn't want you to waste you...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on August 1, 2008 @ 10:30 am
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    WTF Is It?!? Round 5

    OK, I almost got booted out of the store trying to photograph these this week: ...evidently management doesn't look kindly on paparazzi skulking around the produce aisle. Pictured above, not exactly the Nicole Kidmans of the botanic world, these h...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on August 1, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Week's Top Food-Related Headlines

    Mystery as man vanishes on tour of Michelin restaurants Telegraph.co.uk Man vanishes into thin air after dining at El Bulli! Weirdest story ever. Maybe Adria's kitchen had him vaporized? FDA recalls green beans on botulism concern WBIR.com The Foo...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 31, 2008 @ 10:30 am
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    Miami Spice Preview, Part 2: The Good, the Bad and the Stingy

    In yesterday's Miami Spice post, New Times food critic Lee Klein compared the dining deal to the sort of bargain he usually encounters when he brings his car in to be repaired. In Part 2, he breaks down the Spice choices to the best and worst deals...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 31, 2008 @ 9:00 am
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    Blog Watch: The Times They Are A'Changin'

    Short Order is starting off a new, weekly feature called Blog Watch, where we'll bring you the best of what's going down on food blogs across South Florida. This week, bloggers seem to be talking about a guy with black robes and a scythe visiting r...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on July 30, 2008 @ 10:02 am
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    Miami Spice Preview, Part 1

    Each year around this time, upon being handed my first Miami Spice menu of the season, I think of Ernie. Ernie is my car mechanic. "Broken radiator hose," he'll say with a furrow across his brow. "That'll cost you 300," and without even looking up ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 30, 2008 @ 9:00 am
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    Dine Out Lauderdale & Flavor Palm Beach

    Cash Cow: Bargain Menus Are Moooving Your Way Getting our dining fixe at a reasonable prix has never been easier than it will be this fall, when Flavor Palm Beach rolls out the roster of Palm Beach County restaurants serving three-course dinners fo...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 30, 2008 @ 7:15 am
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    CityPlace Uncorked

    Charity Begins at Home: Uncorked Sponsors CITYPLACE UNCORKED "TOASTS" FINE WINE AND CULINARY TREATS TO BENEFIT WEST PALM 100 An upcoming event that could be fun. One of our favorite jazz singers, SAMM, who croons like a cross between Sarah Vaughn ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 29, 2008 @ 4:06 pm
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    Creolina's Bites Dust

    The Gumbo Be Gone According to South Florida Menupages, Lauderdale's oldest and best beloved Cajun restaurant, Creolina's has closed. It was at this Himmarshee landmark that we sampled our first gator tail nugget, met the city's happiest waitress, ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 29, 2008 @ 3:18 pm
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    A Zero for Cero?

    Above: Looks like the Ritz to us So Ritz-Carlton is taking over the St. Regis on Fort Lauderdale Beach. This is good for somebody, but it might not be good for those of us who love Cero, very likely the best restaurant in Broward County. Says our c...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 29, 2008 @ 12:27 pm
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    New Chef At Wish

    Above: Ferraro gets his Wish The Hotel in South Beach wished upon a star, and it looks like they've got one. Marco Ferraro, just named the new executive chef of the property's Wish restaurant, has what they call in the business "the chops." There ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 29, 2008 @ 10:07 am
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    First Bites

    You all know the Proustian tale: French guy, now pretty old and sad, bites into butter cookie and is suddenly and viscerally transported back to a childhood room at teatime. We all have our own madeleine. Short Order wants to hear your earliest f...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 28, 2008 @ 5:41 pm
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    Rock Band and Beer: Two great tastes that...

    Left to right:SweetWater 420 Pale Ale, SweetWater Georgia Brown, Clipper City Oxford Class Organic Amber Ale, Clipper City Heavy Seas Red Sky at Night, a very happy mug Over the weekend I hung out with my sister and her boyfriend and played some Ro...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on July 28, 2008 @ 10:28 am
  • Straight Hot Dog, No Chaser - The Palm Beach Grill is a sobering experience

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    Straight Hot Dog, No Chaser - The Palm Beach Grill is a sobering experience

    It's my best friend Phil's 40th birthday, and Sunday is going something like this: Rounds of $4 wine at Harry's Banana Farm under the stuffed alligator. Back to our place for a bottle of champagne. Over to Cucina Dell'Arte in Palm Beach for Bellinis...

    by Gail Shepherd on September 11, 2008
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    Weekly Purge: Edition #3

    What a week it's been. There are some Fridays where all you want to do is slink into a stiff drink and start the weekend a dozen or so hours early, and boy is this one of them. Gail was on vacay in the Big Apple this week, but still managed to come...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on July 25, 2008 @ 3:27 pm
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    Chef Allen Gets A Facelift

    I recently saw Chef Allen at an event and thought to myself, "Hmm, he's getting on in years; now might be a good time for some nip-and-tuck." Well, wouldn't you know that he's gone ahead and done just that. Oh, wait a minute, sorry -- I read the rele...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 25, 2008 @ 12:18 pm
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    WTF Is It?!? Round 4

    Rarest of the Rare Every year around this time, I get an email from a friend obsessed with a fruit that, until recently, I'd never seen or tasted. He claims that the halcyon summers of his youth were saturated with the sugary tartness of this sublim...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 25, 2008 @ 10:05 am
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    Week's Top Food-Related Headlines

    DINING | What McCain and Obama's favorite restaurants say about the candidates Chicago Sun Times "We believe that a candidate's taste in food is a more reliable indicator of character than the carefully strained statements issued in this atmosphere...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 24, 2008 @ 11:15 am
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    Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs

    One of the best things about New York is the food signs. I love the happy pig carrying a sausage outside this charcuterie, like pigs think a butcher shop is just the best fun they've ever had. I guess our equivalent would be a picture of a jolly fa...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 24, 2008 @ 10:10 am
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