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    Gabriele Marewski

    Gabriele Marewski, of Paradise Farms, moved to Homestead in 1984 with a degree in agronomy from the University of Maryland (her home state). Fifteen years later, she purchased five acres of abandoned avocado grove and set about cleaning, plowing, an...

    by Lee Klein on June 26, 2008
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    Drugstore Diner

    @ Short Order on December 28, 2007 @ 8:00 am
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    New Year's Dinner Options

    New Year's Eve, like Valentine's Day, is what folks in the restaurant biz refer to as "Amateur Night" -- meaning the patrons who frequent eateries on these occasions are not necessarily the most serious diners. That said, some of our local chefs have...

    @ Short Order on December 27, 2007 @ 8:30 am
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    Grass Chef Heads For Greener Pastures

    @ Short Order on December 27, 2007 @ 7:00 am
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    Cheap Eats: Hops Grill and Brewery

    What $15 Gets You: Smothered Chicken Marsala, side of vegetables, side of fries, and a drink of your choice. The food at Hops wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either. It was standard. Keeping in mind that we had to stick to a budget of $15, our choic...

    @ Short Order on December 26, 2007 @ 7:00 am
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    Two Americas, Continued

    @ Short Order on December 24, 2007 @ 7:00 am
  • Raw Deal - Nothing much is cooking at this midtown joint.

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    Raw Deal - Nothing much is cooking at this midtown joint.

    If vegans are a "Hezbollah-like splinter faction" of the vegetarian movement, as Anthony Bourdain once wrote, then raw foodists would be that group's loopiest fringe. Like vegans, they don't eat products derived from animals, but they also shun chem...

    by Lee Klein on June 19, 2008
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    Ken Lyon

    When Ken Lyon opened Lyon Frres et Compagnie in 1992, the chic, upscale caf/market was a gastronomic oasis on an otherwise dry and dusty Lincoln Road. After closing the shop in 1997, Lyon formed the successful Lyon & Lyon catering company, and two...

    by Lee Klein on June 19, 2008
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    Cheap Eats: La Estancia Argentina

    What $15 gets you: prosciutto and mozzarella sandwich, your choice of sides, drink, and dessert. La Estancia Argentina isn't just a restaurant. It's actually also a general store, which specializes in Argentinean food. The whole concept is strangely...

    @ Short Order on December 19, 2007 @ 6:00 am
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    David Fast

    Hot summer days call for cool, revitalizing cocktails, so we figured this would be an ideal time to speak with David Fast, who's been a bartender at Lido at The Standard since just after the sweet spa/hotel's opening. 1. What's the biggest-sellin...

    by Lee Klein on June 12, 2008
  • Kobe Raises the Steaks - This is the steak house of Marilyn Manson's dreams.

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    Kobe Raises the Steaks - This is the steak house of Marilyn Manson's dreams.

    Jeffrey Chodorow, head of the China Grill Management restaurant empire, has always brought a Ziegfeld Zeitgeist to the table. Sure, he hopes customers laud service and cuisine at CGM's two dozen-plus venues. But he also wants them to consider the di...

    by Lee Klein on June 12, 2008
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    Cheap Eats: Cheen Huaye, Southern Mexican Cuisine

    What $15 Gets You: Pollo a la Yucateaca, a side of rice, fried plantains and your choice of drinks (and complimentary chips and salsa). My friend had recommended Cheen Huaye, which served Southern Mexican cuisine (not Mexican Southern, I mean food f...

    @ Short Order on December 12, 2007 @ 12:07 pm
  • Flapjack Flip-Off VIII - Who says politics and pancakes don't mix?

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    Flapjack Flip-Off VIII - Who says politics and pancakes don't mix?

    In the spirit of this pugnacious presidential primary season, we proudly present a special Kitchen Sink Edition of the eighth annual Flapjack Flip-Off. "Anything Goes" is the theme this year, as our quartet of unwitting restaurant contestants will b...

    by Lee Klein on June 5, 2008
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    Dewey LoSasso - North One 10

    Every Friday evening, from 5:30 to 11, North One 10 (11052 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-893-4211) hosts a barbecue and beer blast that is unlike any other in town. Chef Dewey LoSasso and crew grill up habanero chicken wings, mango and shrimp skewers, ...

    by Lee Klein on June 5, 2008
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    Miami Restaurant News: Ins & Outs

    COMING IN: *La Bote Pizza, on Alton Road in South Beach. First U.S. branch of this French franchise, which is also expanding into China. And why not? After all, the word used to describe fajita pizza, or a pie topped with ground beef, tomato, an...

    @ Short Order by Frank Houston on December 6, 2007 @ 6:04 am
  • Value Veal - Milan it ain't, but this basic Italian joint is a downtown deal.

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    Value Veal - Milan it ain't, but this basic Italian joint is a downtown deal.

    Ristorante Fratelli Milano's umbrella-shaded tables are tightly clustered together on pinched, pedestrian-clogged SE First Street. Two dozen indoor seats are just as closely cramped in the windowless aisle of a room, where harried waiters squeeze th...

    by Lee Klein on May 29, 2008
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    Philippe Ruiz - Biltmore Hotel

    Philippe Ruiz, from Saint-Julien-en-Genevois, France, began his stint at the Biltmore Hotel in 1999. Few local chefs can match Ruiz's resum of Michelin-star establishments, and fewer still possess his prodigious culinary talent. While most closely ...

    by Lee Klein on May 29, 2008
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    Paradise Found

    @ Short Order on November 29, 2007 @ 6:00 am
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    And Lounges - Don't let the retro-future chic fool you; there's nothing new here.

    The new And's retro-futuristic design dares to depart from the restaurant world's recent tilt toward timid, if tasteful, taupe-toned settings. Tables shine in white Plexiglas, banquettes are silver-gray, and globular white sculptural murals hang on...

    by Lee Klein on May 22, 2008
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    Nino Pernetti - Caff Abbracci

    Lots of cookbooks get written on the fly by chefs who have grown star wings seemingly overnight. Nino Pernetti's opus has been 20 years in the making; that's how long his northern Italian recipes and European charm have been romancing diners at the ...

    by Lee Klein on May 22, 2008
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