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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
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    Week's Top Food-Related Headlines

    above: Shar-Pei en brochette Recipes: Fourteen Passive-Aggressive Appetizers The New Yorker News: Wis. woman accused of placing dead rat in restaurant food, demanding $500,000 in hush money Associated Press Disguised Dad Clobbered Trying to Rob ...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 17, 2008 @ 8:00 am
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    Florida Citrus Growers Switch to Organic

    CENTRAL FLORIDA: More Citrus Growers Make the Switch to Organic From Florida Trend: Matt McLean, founder and chief executive of Uncle Matt's Fresh, the organic-produce side of Uncle Matt's Organic citrus-juice business in Lake County, said Wednes...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 17, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Beer, Ball, Burgers

    If it's one thing we Americans know how to do, it's fry up a perfect burger. The French oughta take a page from the Brass Ring's cookbook. So the New York Times food section today leads with this story: In Paris, American-style hamburgers are the ne...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 16, 2008 @ 1:04 pm
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    New Yard, New Grill

    I received two press releases today regarding a pair of upcoming dining establishments. One announced that The Grill on the Alley, a Beverly Hills hangout for Hollywood's movers and shakers since 1984, would be opening in Aventura this October. The a...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on July 16, 2008 @ 11:04 am
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    The Seven Words You Can Never Say In a Florida Food Blog

    [image courtesy mtmrap.com] Hazardous. Poisonous. Fatal. Sickening. Rotten. Toxic. Threatened. *** As in, "Don't eat that Florida tomato! It could be F__________!!!!!!" As in, "Girl, I was in Publix yesterday? And half the freaking produce was R...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 16, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Miracle Fruit: The Untold Story

    [photo courtesy of the Henkel Family] You may have seen New Times' recent piece about the Florida man who grows Miracle Fruit here. But there's more to this scintillating story than limes that taste like sugarplums (and girls who suddenly can't get...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 16, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Tipico! An Authentic Guatemalan Restaurant

    Thanks to local advice and a couple of friendly posters on chowhound, I've found my Guatemalan restaurant -- and practically right in my own back yard. El Chapin in Palm Springs has fabulous tamales, homemade tortillas, and meat-heavy breakfasts. R...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 16, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Rare Fruit Council Sale, West Palm Beach

    [above, Pam RuBert's quilt, "Banana Split Pose." See more here. Argghh, I can't believe I'm going to miss this! And on my birthday! I leave for NYC Saturday morning -- will somebody PLEEEEEEASE pick me up some banana trees???? Gail Shepherd Trop...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 15, 2008 @ 1:19 pm
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    Recycled Finger Food

    At one Palm Beach restaurant, that dirty martini might be REALLY dirty I'm about to lose one of my best sources for insider restaurant dish -- a friend of mine is retiring, at least temporarily, from her job as a server to get married. But she's...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 15, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    Since One Bloody Mary is Never Enough...

    Proud Mary. Well, looks like you all know what both Gail and I did this weekend. Come Monday, each of us had separate ideas for Bloody Mary posts, completely independent of each other. I'd say something about great minds thinking alike, but I think...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 15, 2008 @ 10:54 am
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    Founder of Benihana Japanese Steakhouse Dead at 69

    Photo courtesy of Benihana. News broke this weekend that Rocky Aoki, founder of the Benihana chain of restaurants -- headquartered in Miami -- died Thursday night at the age of 69. According to a family spokesperson, the cause of death was pneumoni...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 14, 2008 @ 1:13 pm
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    Palm Beach Bargain Basements

    Summer Slumming On the Wrong Side of the Tracks Mummy and I got gussied up as Ladies Who Lunch last Friday and tripped over to the isle of Palm Beach, hoping to test the waters at Beach House Bistro, which opened last November. The restaurant scen...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 14, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    Cita Set To Groove In Grove

    Used to be that you couldn't name ten worthwhile restaurants at which to dine in Coconut Grove. Still can't, but we're getting closer. When Ideas Restaurant opened two years ago it gave the food-deprived neighborhood its' first fine upscale establish...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on July 14, 2008 @ 10:20 am
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    Dean Max's Heirloom Bloody Mary

    [Ed. note 7/15/08. This recipe, I found, leaves you with a brew too thick to drink as a cocktail. But it makes a fabulous cold soup -- a Bloody Mary inflected gazpacho, thanks to the horseradish and Worcestershire. Just add a shot of vodka to each ...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 14, 2008 @ 7:00 am
  • Cheap Kosher Eats at Sara's Vegetarian Café - This North Miami spot is a jack of all foods, ace of none. But at these prices, jacks ain't bad.

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    Cheap Kosher Eats at Sara's Vegetarian Caf - This North Miami spot is a jack of all foods, ace of none. But at these prices, jacks ain't bad.

    "Shalom, y'all" might sound like the start of a Southern politician's stump speech in Boca Raton, but it is in fact one of the mottos posted at Sara's Vegetarian Caf in North Miami. So is "good, hot, and a heckuva lot," which likely refers to the h...

    by Lee Klein on October 23, 2008
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    Weekly Purge: The Short Order Recap, Edition #1

    Week two of Short Order is just about in the books, and what a week at that. We've been posting our arses off around New Times, probably because we're just so pent up. This Short Order thing you see here was a long time coming, you see -- an idea G...

    @ Short Order by John Linn on July 11, 2008 @ 2:19 pm
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    Burger King Pitches Penny To Tomato Pickers

    You say tomato, I say "Show me the Money" From The Economist: "After one embarrassment on top of another".... [ed note: like being caught SPYING on Florida Student/Farmworker activists in Fort Lauderdale] "Burger King backed down last month and re...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 11, 2008 @ 12:00 pm
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    Philly Pretzel Factory Twists Its Way To Miami

    The modern age of pretzel making began in 1935 when the Reading Pretzel Machinery Company invented an automatic pretzel-twisting machine. It was hailed as the greatest thing since sliced bread, and sliced bread hadn't even been invented yet. The mod...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on July 11, 2008 @ 11:35 am
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    WTF Is It?!? Round 2

    Evidently last week's entry in Short Order's weekly contest, WTF Is It?!?, -- was child's play for our MENSA-class readers. Half the world, it seems, knows what to do with a bitter gourd, while we'd been using them as foot massagers. This week we've...

    @ Short Order by Gail Shepherd on July 11, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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