The pan con lechon has a natural progression. What else is one to do with heaps of juicy, fatty pork leftover from a Sunday roast other than tuck it between two pieces of bread with shards of sticky skin and sweet onions?
Step aside, every other city in America -- especially you, Tampa. Miami does a lot of foods better than you. Sure, you can give us shit about a few things. Like Celia said, our English is not very good-looking. Weird things happen here. We make the news for all the wrong reasons. And we really don ... More >>
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It's hard to argue against lechon asado as the perfect Christmas Eve meal. The slow-roasted cut that's loved year-round from the Caribbean to the Southern Cone is culled from a different part of the pig than holiday ham. And it isn't prepared the same way.This isn't that massive turkey your mother p ... More >>
The new Marlins Park park opens this week and Levy Restaurants invited me for a food tour. First thought: Centerfield sculpture notwithstanding, the stadium is just beautiful. As far as the concession foods go, I arrived at the park rather skeptical. The stuff served ... More >>
Somewhere between the new tax-payer-funded stadium, Romero Britto drama, and the ridiculous sculpture with somersaulting marlins, we mustered up the curiosity to see what the Marlins Park kitchens will be whipping out.So throw on those rose-colored glasses, folks. The Miami Marlins, who open thei ... More >>
Now that the new Miami Marlins ballpark is almost complete, it's time to start deciding what will be available to eat as the baseball club decided on three local restaurants that will best represent the culinary side of Miami, Latin cuisine of course!"The three restaurants selected are local shop ... More >>
via wikimediaOMG 2009 is sooo eight days ago.Here's our Miami New Times Restaurant Roll Call for last year.We've rounded up the openers, shut down the closers, and written our predictions for the new year into existence.Note to foodies: If Wikipedia can do it, so can we. Please comment us with an ... More >>