Weekend Blog Watch: Food That Rhymes

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Welcome to another edition of Weekend Blog Watch, where Short Order links to recent posts from other Miami food blogs. This week we present our roundup in a rhymeup, but to kick things off, here's a food haiku:

Some eat just to live
Others simply live to eat
Me, I photograph

Here's the blogwatch:

Pizza crawl, coffee roast, mango mojo, chinese post. Have a drink, pints of brew, joys of life in drink and food. Get it cheap, look for truth, monkfish liver, twitter too. Eggdrop quail, get you some, these are some things that we've done.

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