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    Shrimpy Updates: On the trail of the office thief

    We've made big gains today in the pursuit of justice in our office food theft scandal here at New Times. In case you missed it, a number of shrimp were stolen yesterday from New Times' employee fridge, prompting an investigation that's shook the offi...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on July 8, 2008 @ 2:03 pm
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    Tuscan July

    Miami Spice has proven such a successful promotion tool that each year we see more and more restaurants stretch it out by creating their own similarly priced specials for the month of July. Like Miami Spice, the deal's worthiness is wholly dependent ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 8, 2008 @ 1:01 pm
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    Food & Wine's Guide for Florida Locavores

    Alrighty, locavores! This month's issue of Food & Wine taps our very own Allen Susser, of Chef Allen's in Aventura, for recommendations about where to buy great local foodstuffs in South Florida. Susser fingers Delaware Chicken Farm and Seafood Mar...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 8, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    To Catch a Shrimp Thief

    Life in the New Times' offices is often exciting -- but nothing could have prepared us for what unfolded today. A coworker who shall remain unnamed brought in a spiral party platter of cocktail shrimp for lunch; the kind where all the little bugg...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on July 7, 2008 @ 4:35 pm
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    Fourth of July Feast

    Hope everyone had a safe and happy Fourth of July -- I know I did. This year I threw a little shindig at my house to celebrate. So I invited the crew from work, friends, and family down to Casa de Linn with the intention of giving them something a ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on July 7, 2008 @ 9:36 am
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    Big Sexy's Sinful Sweets

    Most of us have no idea what's going down in California, do we? The place is like a foreign country. I mean, I knew that "medical marijuana" was legal with a prescription, and that dispensaries were located around the city of Santa Monica for peopl...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 7, 2008 @ 7:00 am
  • Sliders in Paradise - 101 Ocean needs to find its moorings

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    Sliders in Paradise - 101 Ocean needs to find its moorings

    Crepes are one of the world's simplest foods: As long as you've got flour, egg, milk, and a pat of butter on hand, it's possible to produce a dish that works for most occasions. Sprinkle sugar on your pancake and breakfast is a done deal. Add a grat...

    by Gail Shepherd on October 16, 2008
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    Game On

    Welcome to the first installment of our weekly Friday game, WTF IS IT?!? Each Friday (maybe) we'll put up a photo of some exotic and supposedly edible foodstuff. First reader to correctly identify the thing will win.... ...the smug knowledge that ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 4, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Lulu's Legacy

    South Beach old-timers have long spoken of Lulu's the way older old-timers recall Wolfie's Delicatessen -- with fondness not just for the place itself, but for the moment in time it was so emblematic of. When Billy Keen Jr. opened the restaurant on ...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 3, 2008 @ 1:14 pm
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    Cheap Eats: Out of the Blue Cafe

    The Midtown Steak Sandwich at Out of the Blue Cafe. Where: 2426 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 305-573-3800 What $15 Gets You: A sandwich, panini or salad with a drink. Located on the fringes of Wynwood, Out of the Blue Cafe feels oddly out of place among t...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 3, 2008 @ 9:40 am
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    Let Us Eat Cake

    Us food writers get the best freaking mail. Today it's a package from Wilton School of Cake Decorating and Confectionary Art in Chicago, celebrating its 80th anniversary. Thanks to the Wilton family, pictured above*, I now know that: *Chocolate cak...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 3, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Bye Bye Saigon

    After three years in business at 1831 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Little Saigon City has closed shop. Although the mom-and-pop Vietnamese restaurant regrettably included sub-par Chinese food on its menu, the unpretentious, home-cooked buns, phos, spring rol...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 2, 2008 @ 4:02 pm
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    A Little Bellyaching

    Just back from Guatemala, and jonesing for raw fish and the curative powers of pickled ginger, we dragged our sorry carcasses and knotted, rebellious intestines over to Sushi Jo in West Palm Beach late Sunday for a bit of s&s. We just couldn't resist...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Gail Shepherd on July 2, 2008 @ 9:45 am
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    Take a Look at These Jugs

    Perhaps you've heard -- or seen -- by now, but there's a new, plastic one gallon milk carton showing up in stores across the country, and it's going to blow your mind. Well, not really. But it is pretty cool. A simple change in the shape of the c...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by John Linn on July 2, 2008 @ 9:00 am
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    That Pizza Could Kill You

    Whether or not coal-fired pizza palaces spew too much noxious pollution is a hot topic in South Florida, particularly since the 800-plus degree ovens are proliferating (Florida currently boasts more coal-fired ovens than any other state, and still co...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 1, 2008 @ 11:23 am
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    Rendezvous With A Rip-Off

    Words of dining advice: Always ask how much the verbally recited daily specials cost. Or pay the consequences. For Peter and Neil, a vacationing couple from Danbury, Conn., the consequence was a nearly $300 tab for dinner at Rendezvous On The Beach (...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on July 1, 2008 @ 9:40 am
  • Carolina's on My Mind - There's more than one way to skin a recession: Coal Pizza

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    Carolina's on My Mind - There's more than one way to skin a recession: Coal Pizza

    I take no pleasure in seeing a restaurant fail, especially one that had as much going for it as Cuban caf Brisa Atlantica in Delray Beach. But it does allay the fierceness of the sting when the joint that moves in to replace it has as much to offer...

    by Gail Shepherd on October 9, 2008
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    South Beach Obama Bake-Off

    Let's start by saying that, for the good of our country, we sincerely hope that MoveOn.org is better at political activism than they are at baking. This thought occured as we surveyed the Hungry For Change Bake Sale, two small tables of baked goods s...

    @ Clean Plate Charlie by Jose D. Duran on June 25, 2008 @ 4:25 pm
  • How Sweet It Is - Miss the old Herban? Sugar n Spice is just as nice

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    How Sweet It Is - Miss the old Herban? Sugar n Spice is just as nice

    I never believed that bit about little girls being full of sugar and spice. My experience has been that little girls are mostly made up of piss and vinegar and that they don't even begin to sweeten up until around age 20. Then they have a moderately...

    by Gail Shepherd on October 2, 2008
  • The All New Same Old - The new regime at Trina isn't taking many risks

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    The All New Same Old - The new regime at Trina isn't taking many risks

    Of all the foodist trends to come and go in recent years, the one I'm fervently hoping will survive the swings of fortune and fashion is the fancy cocktail. I'm happy to report that in the couple of decades since New York bartender and mad scientist...

    by Gail Shepherd on September 25, 2008
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