Weekend Blog Watch: Alta Closina, More Dim Sum, Texas Fries, the Caymans, Momofuku, and TV

  • South Miami's Alta Cocina is closed, closed, closed. [PowerRankings]
  • Another report from Hakkasan: dim sum, words, and pictures. [Gagit]
  • French Fry Fairy finds pretty good fries at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, Texas. [FFF]
  • Michael's local cabbage kimchi production in the Cayman Islands. [GenuineKitchen]
  • Frodnesor goes Dante's Kitchen in New Orleans. [FoodForThoughtMiami]
  • Local chef's version of Momofuku chicken wings. [Chadzilla]
  • Well-compiled list of South Florida eateries to appear on national television, categorized by show, with addresses included. [BurgerBeast]
  • About the freezes, by the way, a farmer's-eye view. [BeeHeaven]
  • Clementine juice, citrus ice cubes, thin sliced skins, and citrus zing. [RedlandRambles]
  • In the wake of Sea Rock comes Picnic, a diner-style joint. [EaterMiami]
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