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  the Florida avocado is kind of the Janice Ian to the Hass, the Regina George of avocados. That is to say, it's bigger, a little clumsier and...
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there was a rumor floating around for a long time. It was a sweet rumor, well, really a very, very spicy one, and I was determined to get...
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  the new Palacio De Los Jugos makes a pretty only-in-Miami, but pretty typical around here, mistake. The most interesting part is that a week later the sign...
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  in Miami, the "it's what's inside that counts" conversation isn't really on the tip of everyone's lips, as evidenced by the botox and Brazilian Blow-Out flyers on...
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the mythical Trader Joe's in Pinecrest is finally open. Forget the haters and the gossip (and fights) about the parking lot and head there stat. Like NOW. The...
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  every since I discovered riced cauliflower, aka throwing cauliflower in the blender until is had a rice-like consistency, I've been meaning to get around with incorporating it...
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  i've found two places in Miami that serve a "Cuban Reuben" the parts parts of a traditional Jewish deli reuben with pastrami, sauerkraut, thousand island dressing and...
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  pB Steak, isn't a new, new restaurant anymore, at least not at the speed that restaurants open and close around here, but it is the latest in...
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  cecconi's, the open-for-all part of the members-only club, is like a magical garden for fairies you love simple Italian food. What I mean to say is that...