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Hot and Soul: International Soul Food in Fort Lauderdale

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After meeting in college, in Tallahassee 21 years ago, the couple decided to attend culinary school in New Orleans. While the restaurant is not solely Cajun, there is much evidence of their time spent in NOLA. Dishes like the Gumbo Yumbo ($16) made of ham hock, andouille sausage, and chicken gumbo served with scallion rice; pork cheek grillades with dirty rice ($14), and gulf shrimp etoufee with poached ranch egg ($16) show off the couple's time spent in the region.

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