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    WTF is it?!? Round 7

    "Hmmm, I seem to have developed amnesia. Who am I? And where did this egg come from?" Since people haven't been able to properly name our WTF is it?!? item for a few weeks now, I thought we would go with a food item nearly guaranteed to be identifi...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on August 29, 2008 @ 10:03 am
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    What's Your Foodie Rating? The Omnivore's Hundred

    Perhaps I have a smidge of room left for the brunost. In yesterday's blog watch we linked to a piece on Tinkering with Dinner that discussed the Omnivore's Hundred, a kind of foodie scavenger hunt that allows you to gauge the types of foods you've ...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on August 29, 2008 @ 9:50 am
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    10 Wines You Can Afford to Love

    Above: And ten reasons to love Publix Yes, you too can be a wine connoisseur on your minimalist 30K a year salary. I've just finished reading The Wine Trials by Robin Goldstein, a scrappy little tome about the 6,000 wines he arranged to have blind ...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 29, 2008 @ 6:54 am
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    Blog Watch: Stuff from All Over

    My soul mate, the great J. Wellington Wimpy. This week, on the (dun dun dun!!!!) BLOG WATCH: All Purpose Dark skips town. Hey, it sounds like a good idea. Labor day weekend is upon us, and I know I'm definitely due for a road trip. Naples sounds n...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on August 28, 2008 @ 1:18 pm
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    5 Food Stories You Need to Read

    Oklahoma Food Poisoning Outbreak Growing, Cause Unconfirmed 38 people confirmed sick in the Oklahoma e.coli outbreak, but that's not even the worst of the news. Now we're hearing this strain of e.coli is spreading around the country and is antibiotic...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 28, 2008 @ 10:47 am
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    Dirty Dining on Lincoln Road

    As glamorous as South Beach tries to be, there is still plenty of grunge to be found, especially in the kitchens and food prep stations of local restaurants. There is some leeway to be had, because one's home kitchen is complete sterile either, but y...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on August 27, 2008 @ 6:16 pm
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    Reminder: New Times Iron Fork at Miami Science Museum

    Buy your tickets now for the New Times Iron Fork event at the Miami Science Museum Wednesday, September 10.

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 27, 2008 @ 4:18 pm
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    Segafredo on Lincoln Road Celebrates 8 Years

    The party starts at 7 p.m. and those who stop by can enjoy "an endless flow" of Cin Cin prosecco (not sure if that's keyword for "open bar") as well as other goodies. It's a '70s theme, so come dress appropriately if you want to party. -- Jose D. Du...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on August 27, 2008 @ 12:25 pm
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    Wednesday Wine Tastings

    I don't know about you, but I need a mid-week break, and a wine tasting sounds like the best way to get my drunk on while pretending that I'm A) continuing my gastronomic education and B) being all sophisticated and stuff. Here are three grape-flav...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 27, 2008 @ 11:59 am
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    The Only Thing Better Than the Food at Tap Tap -- the Music

    It's sort of a shame that the most popular Haitian restaurant in Miami is in South Beach rather than, say, Little Haiti. But Moped Whitey's fear of an unknown 'hood isn't the only reason -- although it probably helps -- for Tap Tap's (819 Fifth Stree...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on August 26, 2008 @ 10:37 am
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    Tuesday Question: What's the Grossest Thing You've Ever Eaten?

    Breakfast of Champions So, what's the most hideous thing you've ever knowingly swallowed, food-wise? Do you crave the nasty bits? We'd love to hear your story. And to get the old creative juices flowing, here are a few images of delectable dishes...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 26, 2008 @ 10:32 am
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    Taco Tuesdays

    Taco Tuesday. For months, New Timesers went to Treasure Trove every Tuesday for Taco Tuesdays, a special day on which chicken, beef, or veggie tacos are just $1. We haven't been in a while now -- you can only ingest six- and seven-taco meals for so...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 26, 2008 @ 9:30 am
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    Monday Morning Question: The Go-To Haunt

    I fancy myself something of a cook, but there are times when I just don't feel like whipping up a meal for myself on a regular ol' weeknight. Which is why I always keep a go-to joint on hand. What's a go-to joint? It's the place you return to witho...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on August 25, 2008 @ 1:04 pm
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    Rabbit Two Ways: Fricasseed and Roasted

    In Which I Fall Down the Rabbit Hole "Every day the same thing," my spouselet complained. "I want variety. Fix me..... hossenfeffer..." hit the jump to see what happened...So I ordered two fresh hossenfeffers from Heritage Foods USA. ...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 25, 2008 @ 11:45 am
  • Joey's Restaurant Is a Wynwood Winner - It's a sign of the neighborhood that will be.

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    Joey's Restaurant Is a Wynwood Winner - It's a sign of the neighborhood that will be.

    Father/son developers Tony and Joey Goldman own more than 20 commercial properties near NW 28th Street and Second Avenue in the Wynwood Arts District. Until recently, their real estate portfolio was akin to a philatelist's unfilled album -- just so ...

    by Lee Klein on January 29, 2009
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    WTF Is It?!? Round 6.9

    We seem to have exhausted the brainpower of blog-readers the last couple of weeks; once again, nobody carried off first prize in our WTF is IT??!! contest. The mysterious vegetable in question was the dondakaya, also known as the "ivy gourd," a lit...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 22, 2008 @ 9:44 am
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    Gold Medal Wine Tour Ends Hunger

    [Picasso, Blind Man's Dinner] And if you're feeling flush as ever, or pretending you are... You can help end childhood hunger and satisfy your own in one shot. The "Gold Medal Wine Tour" will be making its way around some of the best South Flo...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 21, 2008 @ 10:22 am
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    Gong Show Returns

    Remember The Gong Show? Talentless hacks interrupted in mid-performance by a huge, cruel gong, signaling to the whole world the imminent and permanent separation of the hapless artists from the airwaves (and from their egos)? The concept is back at...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 21, 2008 @ 7:25 am
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    Wrap up: Purple Pie Launch Party at Pink Ghost

    If you weren't at Pink Ghost Saturday night you missed one hell of treat: Not only was it the premier of the Ghostie's Eight-by-Eight art show, but it was also the launch party for the Purple Pie Company, a very DIY-style operation run by Miami gal...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on August 20, 2008 @ 9:29 am
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    Those Fresh Oysters are Frozen

    Carl Gussow, "Oyster Girl" John Linn and I noticed something fishy about the "oysters on the half shell" we ordered from Jackson's Steakhouse the other night. Our waitress told us they were Gulf oysters, which you know can't be safe to eat raw in...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on August 20, 2008 @ 7:15 am
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