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    Rock Band and Beer: Two great tastes that...

    Left to right:SweetWater 420 Pale Ale, SweetWater Georgia Brown, Clipper City Oxford Class Organic Amber Ale, Clipper City Heavy Seas Red Sky at Night, a very happy mug Over the weekend I hung out with my sister and her boyfriend and played some Ro...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 28, 2008 @ 11:05 am
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    Weekly Purge: Edition #3

    What a week it's been. There are some Fridays where all you want to do is slink into a stiff drink and start the weekend a dozen or so hours early, and boy is this one of them. Gail was on vacay in the Big Apple this week, but still managed to come...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 25, 2008 @ 3:46 pm
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    Chef Allen Gets A Facelift

    I recently saw Chef Allen at an event and thought to myself, "Hmm, he's getting on in years; now might be a good time for some nip-and-tuck." Well, wouldn't you know that he's gone ahead and done just that. Oh, wait a minute, sorry -- I read the rele...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on July 25, 2008 @ 12:13 pm
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    WTF Is It?!? Round 4

    Rarest of the Rare Every year around this time, I get an email from a friend obsessed with a fruit that, until recently, I'd never seen or tasted. He claims that the halcyon summers of his youth were saturated with the sugary tartness of this sublim...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 25, 2008 @ 10:34 am
  • Mazie's Soul Food Shines in Liberty City - Solid soul food at a bargain price -- to go.

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    Mazie's Soul Food Shines in Liberty City - Solid soul food at a bargain price -- to go.

    Mazie's Soul Food Restaurant and Take-Out is, at first glance, not much to look at. It appears to have once been a Dairy Queen-like operation -- a stand-alone box painted orange-toned yellow and brown and fronted by an angled take-out window. This i...

    by Lee Klein on January 8, 2009
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    Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs

    One of the best things about New York is the food signs. I love the happy pig carrying a sausage outside this charcuterie, like pigs think a butcher shop is just the best fun they've ever had. I guess our equivalent would be a picture of a jolly fa...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 24, 2008 @ 11:06 am
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    Week's Top Food-Related Headlines

    DINING | What McCain and Obama's favorite restaurants say about the candidates Chicago Sun Times "We believe that a candidate's taste in food is a more reliable indicator of character than the carefully strained statements issued in this atmosphere...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 24, 2008 @ 10:01 am
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    Donate Rice, Stave Off Senility

    Improve your vocabulary while you feed the hungry. This game's addictive. A new U.N. campaign donates 10 grains of rice for each question you answer correctly at http://www.freerice.com. It's already generated enough rice to feed 50,000 people. ...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 24, 2008 @ 9:22 am
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    Buca's Bogus Bargain

    National chain restaurant Buca di Beppo, with 89 outlets nationwide (including one in Miami Lakes), is marking its 15th anniversary from now until August 10 by offering 15 of its original dishes "at classic pricing that recalls better days when gas w...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on July 23, 2008 @ 9:39 am
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    A Short Order Special: Burgers, Bacon, and Why the Recession Really Hurts

    We've all been inundated with news of the recession lately -- how money is getting tighter and the cost of living just keeps shooting up. It may sound like an awful lot of doomsday talk, but the reality of the matter is many of us can't afford to l...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 23, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Lapp says, "No Food Shortage"

    So why are people starving? [map courtesy of paperdreamer; see more here.] One quarter of the world's people are hungry. Want to know why? Watch this video from Democracy Now, where Frances Moore Lapp, author of Diet for a Small Planet, talks abo...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 22, 2008 @ 8:39 am
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    Food Porn: Watermelons & Jellyfish

    Still from Israeli artist Sigalit Landau's video installation "DeadSee" currently at New York MoMA. I'm posting from New York City this week, on a determined binge, ready to inhale my way across Manhattan and swallow everything in my path, from art...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 22, 2008 @ 8:09 am
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    Homebrew: Grilled Pizzas

    This weekend, the gang and I got together to watch some UFC action (Anderson Silva? Still unbeaten in the UFC!), and decided it would be the perfect night to grill up some pizzas. Grilling pizza is perfect for a party of people because (1) You c...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 21, 2008 @ 9:47 am
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    The Service at Michael's is Genuine

    Whoa, here's a new one for me. After a luscious dinner at Michael's Genuine Food & Drink last month, our delicious waiter handed us his business card and urged us to request, next time we booked, specifically that he wait on us. I have no problem ...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 21, 2008 @ 9:00 am
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    Weekly Purge: Edition #2

    Another week in the books at Short Order, and we're (surprisingly... or not?) still having a blast doing this thing. Look for some big changes coming soon -- next week, we're going to hip you to a schedule of when you can expect to see reoccurring ...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 18, 2008 @ 5:27 pm
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    Florida Most Dangerous State For Eating Out

    Pictured above: Common microbes causing food poisoning. Ain't they cute? From www.healthinspections.com: The most dangerous states for eating out are Florida, California, Minnesota, Ohio, and New York according to the most recent federal data. R...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 18, 2008 @ 7:49 am
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    Summer Q-Tips

    Johnny V's Kicks BBQ Up a Notch Don't try this at home. On Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas, on the last Thursday of every month, Johnny V is staging Barbequlooza for $4 per person. Oops, must have mis-read - that's $40 per person. Sound a little dear f...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 18, 2008 @ 7:06 am
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    Weirdy Edibles, Round 3

    I've seen this in two separate markets this week. At one, an elderly Filipino couple stopped me to oooh and ahhh over the plant in my cart. They told me they grew it back home and loved it. So here's your 2 billion dollar question: WTF IS IT??? H...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 18, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Jamaican Food out in the Boondocks? Irie!

    Last Wednesday, I checked out the new weekly reggae party, Summer Outbreak, situated way-the-F-out west at the Seminole truck stop off U.S. Hwy 27. I've got a preview of the event in this week's Night & Day section, detailing a little bit about its...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 17, 2008 @ 1:23 pm
  • The Audacity of Enso - An evolutionary solutions workshop creates the scientific study of deliciousness.

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    The Audacity of Enso - An evolutionary solutions workshop creates the scientific study of deliciousness.

    "Enso is an evolutionary solutions workshop which creates the scientific study of deliciousness." So begins the insanely inventive, thoroughly audacious menu at this new sushi/hibachi/Mediterranean deconstructionist establishment on Lincoln Road. I ...

    by Lee Klein on January 1, 2009
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