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Kim Kardashian Swoons for Fontainebleau Fried Oreos

In case you didn't see last night's teaser on E! or weren't invited to the launch party, Kim and clan have arrived in Miami to open up the first satellite Dash boutique and chronicle their antics for Kourtney and Khloe Take

Miami, a spin-off of the family's successful Keeping Up With the Kardashians series.  And guess what?  These divas are hitting up our finest, flashiest restaurants in true Kardashian form -- and blogging about it!  On the menu last week? Deep fried Oreos, a present from caretakers at The Fontainebleau, and Kobe from Prime 112.  Our sources say favorite dishes at the sceney steak joint are the Kobe meatball, cheese fondue, arugula salad with roasted beets, truffled macaroni and cheese, sweet potato mash, Kobe beef sliders and the seabass.

"Me, Kourtney and Khloe have arrived in Miami," Kim blogs.  "We have been here a few days now and wow, every time I come I just want to move here! The weather, the people, the atmosphere, everything is just amazing!"

Thanks lady!  We can't wait to follow your gastronomic hijinks. Kourtney and Khloe Take

Miami is slated to air in August.

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