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    The South Florida chapter of the American Institute of Wine and Food (954-396-3875) has launched "Summer Sundays," a series of wine luncheons held at top Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach restaurants. The next one takes place July 11 at Johnny V on...

    by Lee Klein on July 8, 2004
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    Dollars and Sense

    The name conjures water, sun, and with a little imagination, a splashy oceanside oasis, but Aquasol Restaurant and Bar is located behind Wendy's and a Chevron gas station in the decidedly lackluster VPC Center, a faceless shopping mall off Congress A...

    by Lee Klein on July 1, 2004
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    Sweet Cream

    It has been suggested that I spend inordinate amounts of time driving around Broward and Palm Beach counties searching for the ultimate ice cream parlor. This is categorically untrue -- I often return to such places more than once. Kilwin's Chocolate...

    by Lee Klein on July 1, 2004
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    The Law on Raw - Shizen

    America's hunger for sushi has clearly mushroomed since the 1980s, but I didn't recognize just how thoroughly it had been assimilated into our culture until I saw it for sale at Costco. Of course, as any immigrant can tell you, assimilating and being...

    by Lee Klein on June 24, 2004
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    Foodstuff

    Michael's Chicago Style Red Hots (1100 W. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-765-DOGS) just opened about a month ago, but Michael Hoffman's mildly spicy red hots have been big shots in the Windy City since 1977. There are four questions you'll need ...

    by Lee Klein on June 24, 2004
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    $200 Pizza!

    Leo and Mona Kamil must be interesting people. What other adjective could you possibly use to describe a couple who, since opening their Euro Pizza (232 S. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton, 561-347-6420) six years ago, have offered more than 100 over-the-top...

    by Lee Klein on June 17, 2004
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    Peruvian Pluck in Pembroke

    As I walked into La Granja Pollo a la Brasa, my eyes were drawn toward a sizable rotisserie with dozens of rotating chickens. The fat from the birds' skins was hissing and spitting about, and the robust roasting aromas pervaded the room. The sight re...

    by Lee Klein on June 17, 2004
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    Calculated Comfort Food

    Red flags were raised when I read that Red Star Tavern had opened in downtown Boca Raton. The new and popular dining establishment is one of a dozen Red Stars run by Chicago-based restaurant group RDG, which also operates 15 other restaurant franchis...

    by Lee Klein on June 10, 2004
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    I SCREAM!!!

    No need to be alarmed, but it's quite possible that you are suffering from the June Swoon Syndrome and don't even know it. Does it feel sometimes like a dull lethargy has taken over your body? Tempted to take an afternoon nap on your day off? Feel ho...

    by Lee Klein on June 10, 2004
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    Mrs. Beeton's Fourth Annual Flapjack Flip-off

    Let's start with a few clarifications on the heading: 1. What is a Flapjack Flip-off? It's a contest to determine who makes the best plain buttermilk pancakes in town (no blueberries, bananas, buckwheat, chocolate chips, chewing gum, or any othe...

    by Lee Klein on June 3, 2004
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    Foodstuff

    I know what you're thinking: Pancakes, shmancakes. What about waffles? I'm glad you asked. Harbor Caf (1396 SE 17th St. Cswy., Fort Lauderdale, 954-467-0363) serves a thick, Belgian-sized beauty with butter pats and glass jar of faux maple syrup ($3...

    by Lee Klein on June 3, 2004
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    Outdoor Eats

    Caf Bistro (1862 N. Young Cir., Hollywood, 954-920-9299) doesn't serve pancakes, and thus won't be a part of next week's exciting Flapjack Flip-Off, our first contest to see who makes the best buttermilk pancakes in town. It does serve quite a nice ...

    by Lee Klein on May 27, 2004
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    Shiver me Timbers

    I would venture to say that Blue Anchor Pub has a more storied history than any other Delray Beach dining or drinking establishment. The first story begins in 1865, when the William Younger Brewery opened the Blue Anchor off London's Chancery Lane. I...

    by Lee Klein on May 27, 2004
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    A Bay City Buffet in the Manors

    Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors' main drag, is lined with gay-oriented restaurants, clubs, and businesses; it seems a short stretch of San Francisco has fallen from the sky and landed intact. Of course, in most ways, the city is just like any other -- it...

    by Lee Klein on May 20, 2004
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    Foodstuff - Artful Eats

    Caf 1451 at the Norton (1451 S. Olive Ave., 561-366-8500) is located in the enclosed west courtyard of the Norton Museum of Art, a soaring space filled with natural light, leafy palm trees, and museumgoers munching on sophisticated contemporary Amer...

    by Lee Klein on May 20, 2004
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    Foodstuff - Argie's Grill

    Johnnie and Nestor Solari opened Argie's Grill (300 SW First St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-463-2686) just prior to 9/11, and the Argentine brothers claim that business was way off because of the timing. (I'm not sure how this works -- were people headed ...

    by Lee Klein on May 13, 2004
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    Gold in Boca

    South Florida and the Mediterranean region are separated by the vast Atlantic Ocean, yet on either side, one can observe the same ritual in approaching that body of water: People wearing bathing suits, timidly dipping their toes in, gauging the tempe...

    by Lee Klein on May 13, 2004
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    Go and Get Gras

    The nation's largest outdoor Cajun/zydeco music festival does not take place anywhere in Louisiana but right here at the Fort Lauderdale festival site every Mother's Day weekend, which this year falls May 7 to 9. More specifically, the 12th Annual Fo...

    by Lee Klein on May 6, 2004
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    The Moderate Easy - Creolina's Cuisine

    I once got Paul Prudhomme so upset that his large, round, bearded face turned as red as a kidney bean. It occurred while I was interviewing him, in his K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen in New Orleans, and mistakenly referred to a certain Cajun dish as Creo...

    by Lee Klein on May 6, 2004
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    Foodstuff

    Each spring, more than 60 cities across the United States and Canada organize Taste of the Nation food and winetastings, seated dinners, brunches, barbecues, and all manner of gastronomic extravaganzas. Since 1988, these events have raised nearly $50...

    by Lee Klein on April 29, 2004
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