Doggie Bag: This Week in Charlie
"Grown-up" tater tots from The Office in Delray Beach are topped with bacon crumbles and creme fraiche. Read our first impressions of the joint here.
This week on the blog:
- We show you how to recreate La Cigale's char-grilled artichokes.
- Patty Canedo gets physical with a box of lobsters in Half Baked.
- This week's 100 Favorite Dishes continues with the stuffed poblanos at Fort Lauderdale's Canyon.
- National chain Target puts the kibosh on farm-raised salmon. The retailer will now only sell environmentally-friendly, wild-caught salmon.
- Boynton's Rib Bizz moves to Boca Raton.
- Even a dummy could make this fab, cold-weather jambalaya.
- Our review of Todd English's Wild Olives is up this week, and again the service is a key problem.
- The Farmer's Market in Lake Worth is ready to harvest.
- Love Bites brings the lovin' mobile to Little Moir's Food Shack in Jupiter.
- 100% organic, grass-fed, free-range burgers are the rage at Elevation Burger, coming soon to Coral Springs.
- We give our first impressions of Mark Militello and David Manero's gastropub, The Office, in Delray Beach.
- Looking to go to the South Beach Wine & Food fest, but still haven't purchased your ticket? Try these events, which still have seats available.
- Our Beer of the Week is a bottle-conditioned brew by Dogfish Head called Squall IPA.
- The new Sicilian Oven hits the ground running in Coral Springs.
- Oxtail, a chef's best friend -- and best kept secret.
- The James Beard Awards semifinalists have been announced, and South Florida has a few shows.
- Boca's new Customs House already cut ties with Hell's Kitchen alum, Ralph Pagano. A name change is in the works, too.
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