Archive for the ‘Web Finds’ Category

November 25th, 2009

Where will Andrew Nelson eat in Miami?

Those of you on Twitter might already know. National Geographic Traveler writer, Andrew Nelson, is coming to our city tomorrow. Yes, on Thanksgiving day and he’ll be here until Monday. His assignment is to use Twitter to help him see and eat his way through Miami — and he’s gotten plenty of recs on places […]

July 20th, 2009

This week, dine for $25

Starting today through Sunday, July 26, you’ll be able to enjoy three-course prix fixe dinners at selected restaurants for $25 (excluding tax and tip) thanks to Yelp! Eats Restaurant Week. You really can’t beat the price. Below is a list of participating restaurants and their menus. I’m definitely taking the opportunity to pay my first visit to […]

September 5th, 2008

Get your restaurant news delivered

You may have heard that Sara over at All Purpose Dark has a new gig at UrbanDaddy Miami, a daily e-zine that brings lots of interesting tidbits to your inbox. So far, I’m loving their food section. From a new pizza bar opening up in South Beach to a “test-kitchen-like” restaurant inside Naomi’s Grill at the Trump International […]

July 2nd, 2008

Miami New Times food blog

The Miami New Times has launched a food blog called Short Order.  It seems that they’ve brought the food-related posts from Riptide into it but now all food posts will go there. This might mean more frequent food blogging and yes, more Lee Klein. The New Times Broward-Palm Beach critic, Gail Shepherd, will also be contributing. I’ve added it to my […]

February 27th, 2008

Michael’s Genuine in Bruni’s Top Ten

Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink was among Frank Bruni’s top ten in today’s New York Times. Well deserved! [via Chowhound] Here’s Bruni’s full list: Central Michel Richard (Washington) Cochon (New Orleans) Coi (San Francisco) Fearing’s (Dallas) Fraiche (Culver City, Calif.) Guy Savoy (Las Vegas) Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink (Miami) O Ya (Boston) Tilth (Seattle) […]

February 11th, 2008

New Miami food blog

Leslie of Still Life With Food has started a new little project. The {read} kitchen is her new food blog and so far, it’s a joy to read. In her words, it’s wickedly delicious banter. Check it out. [tags] food blogs [/tags] Tweet

September 19th, 2007

Miami food blogs

When I began blogging, I couldn’t find many food blogs in Miami. There existed JeffEats, which is from Broward and seems to no longer exist, and Miami Foodie, which was abandoned. Now, though, now is different. Old-time Miami bloggers give food its fair share of coverage on their blogs, but blogs exclusively about food in […]

August 20th, 2007

Catching up

Back from New York. I hope to tell you all about that tomorrow. For now, a quick note on an interesting tidbit I missed while I was gone. You may have seen this in other blogs but let this serve as a reminder. Plum Miami Beach is giving everyone a chance to be a food […]

July 27th, 2007

Learn from the best at Plum Miami Beach

Ever wanted your favorite chefs to show you a thing or two in the kitchen? Plum Miami Beach — which has only been around for a month — has a really neat feature that takes us into some of Miami’s hottest kitchens to see how their chefs prepare a dish of their choice. The videos […]

July 3rd, 2007

Cooking on 4th of July?

Staying in at home with family and friends is probably one of your best bets tomorrow. Who likes crowds anyway? If you’re still looking for what to make, here are some yummy ideas from around the web. * Grilled hot dogs with mango chutney and red onion relish [Epicurious] * Grilled pork tenderloin with guava […]

January 26th, 2007

Scrambling for recipes? Try these sites

Earlier this week a coworker stopped by my desk and asked if I could recommend good recipe Web sites for his sister. I wrote him a quick email with my favorites not really planning on sharing its contents here. But when a friend in Chicago left me a voicemail last night asking for some sites […]

September 11th, 2006

VideoJug: Recipes on tape

Did you know that when eating sushi you should never pass food to another person from your chopsticks to theirs? Apparently this mimicks part of a Japanese funeral ritual and is therefore considered extremely offensive. I learned this through a video on How to Eat Sushi that I found on a website a friend emailed […]

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