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    Foodstuff - La Molienda

    Folks are always bemoaning what we don't have in the Broward/Palm Beach ethnic dining scene: No Nepalese food. No Tibetan. No Malaysian. Not a drop of Ethiopian, or any cuisine from the African continent, for that matter. One oversight has recently b...

    by Jen Karetnick on July 13, 2000
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    All Roads Lead To - Finjan Bar & Grille

    Curses on the foodie(s) who came up with the term Mediterranean cuisine. The tag sounds specific, as if this type of fare could be neatly identified and pigeonholed. But the label is actually nebulous, since it takes into account all the regions of s...

    by Jen Karetnick on July 6, 2000
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    Foodstuff - Arugula Caf and Darrel & Oliver's East City Grille

    I don't usually devote this space to businesses that no longer exist, but Arugula Caf and Darrel & Oliver's East City Grille both deserve a proper postmortem. Along with Caf Maxx, chef-proprietor Dick Cingolani's Arugula Caf was a New World ground...

    by Jen Karetnick on July 6, 2000
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    The Greenhouse Effect - The Chocolate Jungle Caf

    The jungle is one of those settings that's easy to romanticize. Huge shade trees, filtered light, mysterious but musical animal calls -- sounds appealing, right? And we have plenty of examples to aid us in our rose-colored visions. There's the jungle...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 29, 2000
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    Foodstuff - House of Siam

    The Pineapple Grove District in Delray Beach is finally coming into its own. Just a touch north of Atlantic Avenue, the sleepy section was redone a couple of years ago but has only just started to attract business. And so far the attraction has prove...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 29, 2000
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    If You Can't Stand the Heat - Buca di Beppo

    In the '80s and early '90s, when restaurants finally acknowledged that food-savvy diners were as interested in process as in product, many fine establishments did something about it: They installed a table in the kitchen. This way patrons could stare...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 22, 2000
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    Foodstuff - Gala French Wine Trade Tasting

    You've heard of galas before, but this one promises to redefine the word. On Monday, June 26, from 7 till 8:45 p.m., the United States Sommelier Association, Inc., is hosting the Gala French Wine Trade Tasting at the spankin'-new Diplomat Resort Coun...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 22, 2000
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    Foodstuff - Millionaire's Concierge

    Need help spending your money? Broward County-based businessman Doug Turner is eager to assist. His company Millionaire's Concierge (954-564-7074) will aid you in booking whatever luxury items you want, including exotic car rentals and hot-air balloo...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 15, 2000
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    A Pregnant Opinion - Kyoto Sushi and Sake Lounge

    A few weeks ago, the proprietors of a restaurant that I had negatively reviewed published their displeasure in our Letters to the Editor section. That's fine with me -- everyone should be able to express his opinion, not just me, and besides, I had t...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 15, 2000
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    A Simple Plan - Zemi continues the tradition of fine dining set by its predecessors

    In the ultrasleek Boca Raton contemporary restaurant Zemi, you might not realize at first that the eatery has only one light fixture -- a dangling, almost beehive-shape, white-paned lamp that looks as though it were made for a '50s luncheonette. Afte...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 8, 2000
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    Roll Me Over - La Rozell

    Readers with ravenous appetites, fair warning: This article is about crepes. By definition crepes are lacy pancakes, sometimes stuffed with savory or sweet fillings, sometimes left mostly plain and just sprinkled with sugar. They can be a good snack ...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 1, 2000
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    Foodstuff - Yesterday's

    Popular philosophy says that you can't bring back yesterday, but restaurateur Peter Beck isn't listening. After changing the name and style of his formal eatery Yesterday's (3001 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-561-4400) to the more casua...

    by Jen Karetnick on June 1, 2000
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    Cmo Se Dice Rotten? - Estrella Del Mar

    Take it from me: Never, ever treat a two-year-old to dinner in a restaurant. Amid the whining, the curiosity about the surroundings, and the shouts of "I do it!" as the glass of milk tumbles to the floor, you're lucky if you get a bite in edgewise. O...

    by Jen Karetnick on May 25, 2000
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    Foodstuff - Brooklyn's Best Italian Ices

    If you've gone outside lately, you've probably noticed that the balmy days of winter are over and summer's setting in with a vengeance. The traditional methods for cooling down are swimming pools and ice cream, but if the fat-laden latter sounds more...

    by Jen Karetnick on May 25, 2000
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    A Red-Hot Chile Pepper - Jalapeos Mexican Kitchen

    I recently had an interesting conversation about Mexican vino with wine guru Fred Tasker of The Miami Herald. He told me that, up in the Sierra Madre mountains, a group of winemakers is beginning to turn out some very drinkable vintages. The vintners...

    by Jen Karetnick on May 18, 2000
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    Foodstuff - Burt's on the Beach

    The Hollywood dining scene seems as fragile as ever; a perfect illustration is the abrupt departure of tropically inspired Ginger Bay Caf, which received good reviews. But perhaps Burt's on the Beach (101 N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood) can shore things up...

    by Jen Karetnick on May 18, 2000
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    The Elements of Taste - Echo

    A great restaurant, like love and immortality, is one of those things that money just can't buy. Then again, witnessing the winter/spring couples cooing around Palm Beach leads me to believe that maybe money can buy love, but I'm still pretty sure it...

    by Lee Klein on May 11, 2000
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    The Reel Deal - Hobo's Fish Joint

    You won't find anything resembling a hobo's fish joint at Hobo's Fish Joint in Coral Springs. For one thing, hoboes traditionally hang out around railroad depots, not strip malls. They have also, throughout their colorful history, tended to avoid han...

    by Lee Klein on May 4, 2000
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    Not Ready For Prime Time - Timpano Italian Chophouse

    If you're thinking about opening (a) an Italian restaurant or (b) a steak house, you'd better come up with an original idea. These days we're so overrun with both kinds of eateries that neither is appealing, either to the restaurant critics who have ...

    by Jen Karetnick on April 27, 2000
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    Foodstuff - Cheeters Diet Treats

    Sometimes, not often but sometimes, I can be convinced to actually diet. But only if I have access to a store like Cheeters Diet Treats (1476 Coral Ridge Dr., Coral Springs, 9547525322). All the products here are low carb, sugar free, and/or fat free...

    by Jen Karetnick on April 27, 2000
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