Weekend Blog Watch - Strong Like Bull

Short Order's mousefinger is strong like bull thanks to all the local blogs that keep us clicking. Here are some weekend highlights from around town.

  • Food Of Miami checks out Kafa Cafe in Mid Town, eats with hands.
  • Miami Dish serves up scenes from the Mango Festival, Nice shots.
  • Chowfather's got a recession-inspired drinking recommendation for you champagne lovers.
  • The Faux Foodie goes ice skating in July, eats risotto.
  • And the award for most sexually suggestive post goes to Tinkering With Dinner. "You just beat it vigorously as you build up from a wet batter to a dough that's stiff but very wet."
  • Blind Mind goes to Sunny Isles for $3 drinks and tapas at Calafate Grill.
  • Jeff Weinsier's Dirty Dining Blog's latest scoop on rodent activity? Barracuda Bar and Grill in the Grove.

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