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Andrew Carmellini

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    July 28, 2014

    This Week's Best Eats and Drinks: Iron Fork Chefs' Battle and La Latina Goes to Pubbelly

    This week we say hello to August, which happens to mark the commencement of Miami Spice, but we're getting a bit ahead of ourselves. It's Monday and things can only get better. From a Pubbelly and La Latina "arepada" collaboration to the annual Iron Fork showdown and Miami Spice kick off event, th ... More >>

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    March 20, 2014

    Nina Compton Serves Six-Course, $125 Dinner Straight Out of Top Chef

    Walk into Scarpetta on any given Saturday and it's obvious that magic is happening. The charmed Nina Compton is responsible for it. The executive chef recently made it to the Top Chef: New Orleans finale, only to lose to Nicholas Elmi at the very end in an unusual twist of fate. And by twist we mean ... More >>

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    February 23, 2014

    SOBEWFF: Chicken Coupe Celebrates Fried Chicken With Endless Champagne and American Pie

    At Chicken Coupe, grilled was an unknown word among the participating chefs. Andrew Carmellini walked around speaking to chefs to ensure everything was moving along smoothly and to try the fried chicken, of course. The sold-out event confirmed America's fascination with two things: fried chicken a ... More >>

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    February 17, 2014

    From Burger Bash to the Q, the High-Profile Events at SOBEWFF

    In its 13th year, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival is bigger than ever. Even the most fit fan will likely get exhausted just reading the roster of 70 seminars, parties, and dinners -- up from last year's 50 or so offerings. How does one choose from the extended list of parties hosted by luminar ... More >>

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    November 27, 2013

    Andrew Carmellini, David Bracha, Paula DaSilva, and Brian Nasajon's Thanksgiving Recipes

    Wednesdays suck -- except when it's the hump day before Thanksgiving. The five-day weekend is just around the corner. But this time can also be stressful, particularly if you're still scrambling for the perfect holiday recipes. Fret no longer. From organic turkey to butternut squash soup, Miami's l ... More >>

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    October 29, 2013

    SOBEWFF Tickets Now on Sale: What's Available, What's Already Sold Out

    The city's annual hedonism heyday (well, one of many) is just a few short months away. We're referring, of course, to the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. From February 20th through 23rd, 2014, this annual event will invade our sunny shores with more food, drink, and celebrity chef debauchery th ... More >>

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    October 15, 2013

    Andrew Carmellini Talks Fried Chicken and SoBeWFF

    Miami should give thanks to Andrew Carmellini for two things: the Dutch and Chicken Coupe. As the Dutch nears its two-year mark at the illustrious W South Beach, Carmellini is gearing up for an anniversary filled with fried chicken and champagne. Chicken Coupe, part of the South Beach Wine & Food ... More >>

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    October 10, 2013

    Underground Dining Guide: Kulinary Therapy to Cobaya to Shelley-belly to Copperbox

    Underground dinners and pop-up events are two very different things. When you sign up for a pop-up, you know where you'll be dining, what you'll be eating, and who will be cooking your meal. Underground dinners -- also known as supper clubs -- are planned clandestinely. You might pay for a seat be ... More >>

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    October 7, 2013

    South Beach Wine & Food Festival MasterCard Presale Starts Today: Five Tickets You Must Get Now

    The South Beach Wine & Food Festival's MasterCard presale starts today, Monday, October 7 and runs through October 20. This is the absolute best way to snag tickets to the hot events that sell out way, way, before the actual festival, which is actually 135 days from now. To purchase tickets, have ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 8, 2013

    The Cypress Room Makes Bon Appetit's 50 Best New Restaurants List

    Bon Appetit has just released its 50 Best New Restaurant nominees and Florida's only nod comes as absolutely no surprise. The Cypress Room, chef Michael Schwartz' restaurant that calls to mind the sophisticated supper clubs of yesteryear, was named one of the magazine's nominees for the top spot of ... More >>

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    July 9, 2013

    The Dutch Does BBQ Wednesdays

    So your favorite American holiday is already over. Streaks of red, white, and blue flash in your mind. Fireworks ring in your ears. And bourbon, beer, and barbecue are just a memory. Now you have to wait a whole year to do it again. Or do you? What if there were a place where you can experience 'Mu ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 17, 2013

    Top Five Eats and Drinks This Week: Tongue & Cheek, Michy's, The Dutch, and More

    This Monday hurts more than most. Whether you were partying with daddy or crying over the Heat's loss, even a lethal amount of caffeine doesn't seem enough today. When times are tough, start eating. Nothing soothes the stresses of life like comfort food. Creamy, dreamy, fatty goodness on a plate is ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 3, 2013

    21. Frodnesor of Food For Thought

    Since 2009 David Rosendorf -- better known as Frodnesor on Twitter or by his blog, Food For Thought -- has offered even-keeled commentary on Miami's ever-changing scene. As a co-founder of Cobaya, Miami's not-so-underground underground-dining group, he and co-conspirators have helped set the city's ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 4, 2013

    Bill Telepan Pop-Up at Harry's Pizzeria

    Bill Telepan, chef at the Upper West Side restaurant Telepan in New York City, dedicates his time outside the kitchen to Wellness in the Schools, an organization focused on inspiring nutritious eating and fitness in public schools across the country. You may have seen Telepan, alongside the organiz ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 11, 2012

    On the Bang Bus with Eddie Huang: Looking Beyond Midtown Trends

    People come to Miami for a lot of different reasons. Some come to escape cold climate, some life under a leftist dictator and others just don't want to pay state income tax. Eddie Huang wanted to ride the Bang Bus and shout out Miami's cultural and gastronomic diversity. "I really like the hood. Th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 30, 2012

    Superstorm Sandy Chefs: Tweets From The Front Line of the Storm

    We've all been watching the shocking reports from New York that show the damage that Superstorm Sandy did to the the northeast. Many of us have been up all night, glued to the television and thinking of friends and family riding out the storm.ABC News is reporting that over seven million people have ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 21, 2012

    Harry's Pizzeria: My Favorite Miami Restaurant

    "What's your favorite restaurant?" That question, recently batted around at our weekly editorial meeting, got us all thinking. If we had to choose one favorite at gunpoint, what would that restaurant be, and why? Each week, a different Short Order blogger will celebrate his or her favorite eatery -- ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 17, 2012

    South Beach Wine & Food Festival: 2013 Lineup Announced

    The South Beach Wine & Food Festival has announced their 2013 lineup -- and it's going to be a hell of a party.The festival takes over South Beach February 21-24, 2013 with a mind-boggling array of parties, tastings, dinners -- even a concert with Ziggy Marley!

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    August 21, 2012

    Four Restaurants That Dish for a Cause

    Restaurants have always been part of a community's charitable scene, usually by either hosting fundraisers or donating gift certificates to be used in charity auctions. But we've been seeing a new wave of philanthropy in restaurants that we hope to see much more of. Restaurants have been increasingl ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 17, 2012

    Ten Restaurants That Offer Miami Spice on Weekends

    August in Miami brings us both good news and bad news. On the minus side, we've got intensely hot days that feel like the sun has to have a personal vendetta against you and your tender skin.  On the plus side of the equation, there's Miami Spice, where about 150 of Miami's most-loved restauran ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 6, 2012

    The Perfect Roast Chicken: Tips From Andrew Carmellini, Jeff McInnis and Michael Schwartz

    Emily CodikA roast chicken is a lot like a chocolate chip cookie. Both are obviously prepared in an oven, but aside from that, both are one of the most popular subjects tackled by food writers, alongside other classics like the perfect pie crust or chicken noodle soup. Just like every pastry cookboo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 25, 2012

    Marcus Samuelsson, in Miami Tomorrow, on Red Rooster and Cooking for the President

    Marcus Samuelsson to promote new book at Michael's Genuine. Marcus Samuelsson's memoir, Yes, Chef, tells the tale of a man who went from the humblest of beginnings in Ethopia to cooking for the President of the United States. Currently number 15 on The New York Times Best Seller list, the story is p ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 19, 2012

    Matthew Oetting of BLT Steak: From NYC to MIA

    See also Julie Frans's San Diego roots.Given our recent strides as a culinary destination, scores of outsider talent has been making its way to our burgeoning backyard. Transplanted from the kitchens of New York City, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Paris and elsewhere, talented folk are creating a host o ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 2, 2012

    Best Coleslaw in Miami for Fourth of July: Joe's, R&T, and Andrew Carmellini

    What do fried chicken, ribs and burgers on July 4 have in common? Creamy, sweet, all-American coleslaw baby. Your stars and stripes barbecue won't be complete until you side it with the right slaw. Here are our top choices for a fill of the Independence Day classic, along with a special recipe from ... More >>

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    June 19, 2012

    Schwartz, Carmellini, and Other Chefs Force-Feed Readers With Weak Foie Gras Logic

    "Certainly a sort of industrial use of creatures, so that geese are fed in such a way as to produce as large a liver as possible, or hens live so packed together that they become just caricatures of birds, this degrading of living creatures to a commodity seems to me in fact to contradict the relati ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 11, 2012

    Best of Miami 2012 - Best New Restaurant: The Dutch

    ​Want access to our Best Of picks from your smartphone? Download our free Best Of app for the iPhone or Android phone from the App Store or Google Play. Don't forget to check out the full Best of Miami® 2012 issue June 12 online and June 14 in newsstands.Best New RestaurantThe DutchThe W South Be ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 23, 2012

    Memorial Day Grilling Tips From Miami's Top Chefs at Edge, Meat Market, Tudor House and More

    What's Memorial Day without the barbecue? Millions of us will fire up the charcoal and throw some steaks on the grill, beer in hand, as celebration of the unofficial start of summer (and in remembrance of our troops). But how many of us can successfully navigate our way around the fire pit without r ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 16, 2012

    The Broken Shaker's Last Call on May 24

    It seems like only yesterday that Bar Lab's Elad Zvi and Gabriel Orta opened Miami Beach's first pop-up cocktail lounge, the Broken Shaker. The intent was to bring custom cocktails with designer ice, herbs from the patio garden, and fresh ingredients to show Miamians there is a vast world outside th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 19, 2012

    53. Salted Lime Pie at the Dutch

    It's that time of year when we count down to New Times' Best of Miami 2012 issue in June. Until then, Short Order will serve up 100 of our favorite dishes in the 305. If you have any nominations of your own, please send them to cafe@miaminewtimes.com53. Salted Lime Pie at the Dutch Pastry chef Jo ... More >>

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    March 19, 2012

    Will Miami Ever Be Home to a First-Class Bakery?

    Despite being home to many James Beard Award-winning and nominated chefs, Miami continues to lack a first-class bakery. I'm not talking about those obscure places offering bland baguettes and lackluster pastries, and I definitely don't mean those cupcake shops that keep popping up just about everywh ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 28, 2012

    SoBeWFF: Celebs Party at Satellite Events, Restaurants

    ​The hottest ticket in town this weekend may not have been in the Grand Tasting Village or some of the official parties. It seems that the celebs in town for the event were dining and drinking at various small gatherings and uber-private receptions at different venues scattered around Miami and Mi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 17, 2012

    IACP Nominations Are in For Best Food Blog (And Other Things)

    ​​The International Association of Culinary Professionals has announced the nominees for its 2012 writing awards. These honors are handed out for all manner of food writing -- newspapers, magazines, internet, blogs, television shows, cookbooks. It even gives nods to the most "Intriguing Use of N ... More >>

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    February 9, 2012
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    February 7, 2012

    Coconut Grove Should Clobber South Beach in the Snackdown

    ​Short Order's Snackdown, our friendly little competition to see which dining neighborhood gets the most love, is heating up. We expected to see comments from readers expressing their choices, including a little point/counterpoint discussion. What we didn't expect was that the fires would come fro ... More >>

  • Dining

    December 29, 2011
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    December 8, 2011

    Bourdain on GMA, Carmellini on Live With Kelly

    ABCAnthony Bourdain and tree on Good Morning America​'Tis the season to have celebrity chefs on morning television cooking their favorite dishes and making merry with the likes of Kelly Ripa, Kathy Lee, and Robin Roberts.  This week, two of our favorite chefs made it to ABC morning studios.An ... More >>

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    November 23, 2011

    The Dutch Miami Beach's Food in Pictures

    ​We gave you a sneak peek on opening day, and spoke to Andrew Carmellini about his journey as an American chef, but the all-important food visual was as of yet unearthed. We finally ate at the Dutch, so here's a little preview of what you'll soon be craving.The menu combines a few items from NYC's ... More >>

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    November 17, 2011

    Carmellini, Schwartz, Yes. Behr, Bittman, No. Five Cookbook Authors Not at the Miami Book Fair

    I have come to praise the Miami Book Fair International, not to bury it. I mean seriously: Is there any other event of this size that runs so seamlessly and trouble-free year after year? Plus, if not for Mitchell Kaplan, a lot of people in Miami might still not know what a book is.All I'm saying is ... More >>

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    November 16, 2011

    Gabrielle Hamilton: Miscreants in the Kitchen at Miami Book Fair

    Photo by Melissa Hamilton​New Yorkers know her as the chef/owner of Prune and a prolific writer whose work has appeared in nearly every major food magazine, the New Yorker and The New York Times. Now Hamilton will most likely be known around the country as the author of Blood, Bones & Butter ( ... More >>

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    November 15, 2011

    Jessica B. Harris at Miami Book Fair Saturday: A Culinary Journey from Africa to Miami

    Author Jessica B. Harris​Though Dr. Jessica Harris is well known as a tenured professor and the author of more than 10 cookbooks, including A Kwanzaa Keepsake and The Africa Cookbook, for her latest creation, High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America (Bloomsbury, $26), the culinar ... More >>

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    November 14, 2011

    The Dutch Opens Today: A Sneak Peak (Photos)

    All photos by Laine DossAndrew Carmellini opens the Dutch Miami Beach today.​The Dutch at the W South Beach, opens to the public today with lunch and dinner service (breakfast to follow).Chef Andrew Carmellini decided to start the Dutch in Miami Beach after success with his two New York restaurant ... More >>

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    November 10, 2011

    Miami Book Fair International: A Guide For Foodies

    Miami Book FairThe Miami Book Fair: eat and read at the same time.​The Miami Book Fair International is once again taking over the streets of downtown Miami. Every fall, voracious readers look forward to perusing both new and antique books in the hope of finding a treasure or a bargain at the stre ... More >>

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    October 28, 2011

    Joshua Gripper to Head Pastry Program at the Dutch

    Joshua Gripper joins Andrew Carmellini at the Dutch.​The Dutch has snared pastry chef Joshua Gripper to head its baking operations in South Beach.Gripper's long resume includes Michelin two-star restaurant Oustau de Baumanniere, db Bistro Moderne, Butter, Cafe Boulud, and, most recently, Gotham St ... More >>

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    October 19, 2011

    Watch The Dutch's Andrew Carmellini on Today (Video)

    Courtesy of Andrew CarmelliniAndrew Carmellini makes pork for Al Roker on Today​Here's an exclusive photo of chef Andrew Carmellini on The Today Show set. Earlier this morning, Carmellini showed Al Roker how to make cider glazed pork with wild rice and quinoa pilaf. Carmellini's secret for the pil ... More >>

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    October 18, 2011

    The Dutch's Andrew Carmellini Gets Busy With Book, Today Show Appearance

    Noah FecksAndrew Carmellini is one busy man.​Andrew Carmellini has a lot on his plate, so to speak.  In between trips to Miami to oversee the build-out of his SoBe outpost of The Dutch and visit local farms like Teena's Pride and Paradise Farms, Carmellini is going on Today to plug his cookbo ... More >>

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    September 28, 2011

    Antonio Bachour Ditches the W South Beach

    Put your dentist on speed dial -- Bachour's bringing it big time.​We can only imagine the KNR Restaurant Group guys are experiencing pain more excruciating than a cavity since they got a resignation letter from their insanely talented executive pastry chef, Antonio Bachour, this week. (Bachour not ... More >>

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    September 12, 2011

    The Dutch's Chef Andrew Carmellini's Miami Connection

    Courtesy of Andrew CarmelliniChef Andrew Carmellini peruses local green markets for his restaurant, The Dutch.​For weeks now, we've been hearing rumors that New York eatery The Dutch was opening a Miami outpost at the former Solea space at the W South Beach Hotel. When we finally got the confirmat ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 6, 2011

    New York's The Dutch To Open At W Hotel South Beach

    The Dutch, opening in Miami, will have more of an airy vibe than its New York counterpart.​New York restaurateurs chef Andrew Carmellini, Josh Pickard and Luke Ostrom are bringing SoHo's The Dutch to the W Hotel South Beach.The trio is partnering with Karim Masri and Nicola Siervo, who own and ope ... More >>

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    February 27, 2011

    SBWFF 2011: Food Porn from Wine Dine Design

    Photo by Riki AltmanThe Blue Group started with this green dish. And that was the beginning of the confusion.Wine Dine Design was held last night in the ever-growing Design District, home to a handful of our city's most popular eateries. Here's how the event worked: Ticketholders gathered in fro ... More >>

  • Dining

    June 27, 2002

    Henri and Me

    The King and I taste everything that money and Food & Wine magazine can offer

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