Food News Roundup: Kate Hudson and A-Rod, the Cookie Diet, Wall Lounge at the W Hotel South Beach, and Football Playoffs

  • Kate Hudson and Alex Rodriguez breakup? A-Rod spotted partying in Miami at Wall Lounge at W Hotel South Beach and eating at Solarium above The Delano all alone. [AceShowbiz]
  • The awesomely named Linda Gassenheimer's recipe for shepherd's pie. [DemoChron]
  • Pensacola high school football coach laments costs incurred for food, travel, and hotels when team makes playoffs and has to play in Miami. [PNJ]
  • Miami-based chain Pollo Tropical upscales its Tampa Bay locations with silverware and table service. [TampaBay]
  • Web community comes together over food and drink at Waxy's by the River. [SiliconBeach]
  • Does the Cookie Diet, invented in Miami, really work? [Gather]
  • There's a new sports energy drink. It's called Title, and it was invented in Miami. [PBpost]
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