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 >>
Arlo HaskellArlo Haskell is a Key West native, a poet and, for the last three years, a member of the small staff responsible for putting on the annual Key West Literary Seminar.In January 2011 the annual event -- which started in 1983 and has a different theme each year -- will explore food in li ... More >>
Courtesy State Archives and Library of FloridaErnest Hemingway posing with sailfish in Key West.Key West is known for its funkiness, its natural beauty, and its lovely weather in winter. It's also been a popular spot for literary types over the decades, including Annie Dillard, Shel Silverstein, ... More >>
This week, on Bon Appetit's excellent Foodist blog, the magazine's restaurant editor and foodist himself, Andrew Knowlton, takes a look at what the nation's old-guard dining critics think about Yelp -- and other such citizen criticism, or cit-crit. Knowlton culls viewpoints from 17 of the country ... More >>
The defining characteristics of this cuisine are its honesty and warmth.
The connections between expertise in music and food are fascinating and numerous