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It was a bit quiet out in the food blogs, but here are some highlights to kick off the week.

The Burger Beast announces the next Street Food Fridays is on February 11; the Burger Beast truck will be there with Shake Shack on board. And speaking of the beast-mobile, chef Michael Schwartz will cook on board on February 12, according to The Genuine Kitchen.

South Florida Beer Blog goes to the Jupiter Craft Brewers Fest and gives us the highlights.

Tinkering with Dinner prepares a collard-potato salad with mustard dressing using his CSA share.

South Florida Food & Wine has some Valentine's Day cocktail recipes to share.

Date-almond pesto sounds really good. Foodalogue has the recipe.

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