Oysters, Squash Blossoms, Spare Ribs, and More: Readers Rank Favorites
In tandem with our 100 favorite dishes for the New Times' Best Of Broward/Palm Beach 2012, we're asking readers to offer up their favorites. Submit yours to Melissa.McCart@BrowardPalmBeach.com.Today's roundup is from Patrick Jong, who offers these gems:
5. Green Cay Farms Squash Blossoms at Max's Harvest
Delicate squash blossoms are stuffed with lemon ricotta and served with watercress and a tomato olive vinaigrette at this farm-to-table place we wrote about earlier for its terrific bacon.
4. Cheese grits at Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House
eggs, thick-cut bread, and local produce show off at this
breakfast and lunch mainstay on Himmarshee. Grits layered with cheese are the restaurant's
nod to the South, a delicious way to fatten up your breakfast
3. Oysters, New England clam chowder, crayfish bisque, and fish and chips at
for the crowd pleaser at this slip on Sunrise. It's a fun stop for a
quick, inexpensive lunch and some fun snacks, like shrimp chips or
1. Pork spare ribs and mac and cheese at Tom Jenkins Bar-B-Q
Deep-red barbecue sauce dresses thick, meaty ribs at this humble shop that's a favorite barbecue destination.
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