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Blog Watch: Persimmons and Breakfast Fries

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It seems like South Florida's food bloggers were busy seeing art because it was slow out there last week. Here are the highlights.

  • Miami Herald critic Victoria Pesce Elliott says she would like to have dinner with Jesus. This and more in her interview with South Florida Food and Wine.
  • Savoring South Beach goes to Joe's Stone Crab and didn't find the food as amazing as she had hoped.
  • Redland Rambles tells us all about persimmons.
  • The French Fry Fairy shows us how to make pancake-battered French fries. Sounds a little weird but she seems to like them.

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