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WHAT'S NEW:
  • Tune in to FOOD & WINE TALK, Classical 1360AM WKAT, with hosts Carole Kotkin and SimoneDiament, Thursday 10/21 @4:40 p.m., and Friday 10/22 @ 11:30 a.m...
  • Nery Restaurant: Former Il Tulipano Chef Sandrino cooks Cuban by day, Italian by night...
  • Rebirth of Tula Ristorante in North Miami Beach...
  • Bowling at Strike Miami includes dining, night life...
  • Tangerine opens in South Beach with Mediterranean menu... Pescado goes belly up to refloat as OLA's steakhouse... And More


THE BUZZ:
  • Stephanie Wong is the new Pastry Chef at 32 East Restaurant, Delray ...
  • Herve Pennequin, first American finalist in Best Sommelier in the World competition...
  • "Oh! Behave!" Etiquette Classes at Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove... And More






FOOD & WINE NEWS:
  • Chef Allen cooks at Food & Wine Festival in Orlando...
  • Wine & Spirits Expo of the Americas ...
  • Fall at North 110 with Chef Dewey Lossaso's special prix fice menu...
  • Casa Toscana on Biscayne Corridor hosts month long Food & Wine events...
  • First Thursday's Wine Dinner pairing series returns at Bice, Coconut Grove... And More
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Ggrich Hills: From California, a biodanymic winery that produces exceptional Cabernets from Rutherford, elegant Fum´┐Ż Blancs, rich Zinfandels with blackberry, currants, and hints of cinnamon and light and fruity Merlot.


Great Italian Wines Under $15: :
From Central Italy, amazing whites and full-bodied, supple reds, including a Super-Tuscan, that can match the best foods.
Serious Italian Wines for an All-American Feast ::
Italy is offering a range of rich, high-caliber wines, Chiantis, Barolos, Amarones and Super Tuscans (blends), from Veneto, Piemonte, Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna from 1998 to 2000.
Wine Report 2005:
Fascinating, informative, entertaining, a must for every wine enthusiast who wants to keep up speed with the constantly changing and ever-expanding world of wine...
Mionetto Novello 2004:
From Italy, a competitor to Beaujolais Nouveau. Will the nice, easy-to-drink wine be the new in thing to know about?

GENOA, Part II. A Cultural European city --Modern and Historical -- the richness of which opens up behind Normand ramparts and Medieval walls, inside Renaissance churches, around every street corner.
In search of history, sights and food.
Surrealism and Brandy Osborne come together in a world-class exhibition of "Dali & Mass Culture" at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL, to celebrate Salvador Dali's 100th Birthday.
COOKBOOKS & CULINARY LITERATURE
Cookbooks & Culinary Literature. Food, glorious food, is the topic of an array of literary readings about the pleasured and pains of food by today's top fiction, journalistic and culinary authors - Pat Conroy, Nigella Lawson, Alan Richman, and more - at the 21st Miami Book Fair International.

HOT EVENTS:
November 30, Wine dinner at Escopazzo...
December 3-5 Wine & Spirit Expo of the Americas...
December 6, Jordan Wine Dinner at North 110 And More

BRUNCH... And More
COOKING CLASSES: :
Free cooking classes at Burdines-Macy's The Cellar ... And More

WINES CLASSES, TASTINGS.

Happy hours, Sunday brunches, Music & Entertainment.


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