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WHAT'S NEW:
  • Chef Jason Mclain opens new restaurant, "8 1/2" at slick boutique Hotel Clinton, South Beach...
  • La Cigale reopens with new look and Mediterranean flavors, at new location in Delray Beach...
  • Clarke's, a neighborhood Irish bar and grille opens in South Beach...
  • Stylish Sushi House for serious sushi lovers opens in North Miami Beach "Upper EastSide"...
  • Il Mulino, New York slated to open soon in Sunny Isles Beach...
  • And More




THE BUZZ:

  • The Soprano Family-Style Dinner At North One 10, Miami, Tuesday April 25...
  • Celebrity "Hurricane" Cook-Off At The 14th Annual Fort Lauderdale "Taste Of The Nation," Wednesday May 10...
  • Taste Latino Comes To Convention Center , Miami Beach, May 10 To May 12...
  • And More





FOOD & WINE NEWS:
  • South Florida "foodie" Carole Kotkin featured in Southern Living Magazine...
  • Changes of staff: manager and executive chef resign from Norman's, Coral Gables...
  • Now Taste This! April is national poetry month in South Florida...
  • Fun series of wine courses by Leo Bueno and D'Vino, wine boutique...
  • The Wine Club offers Ribera Del Duero Wine Tasting at Vinisimo...
  • La Cofradia Restaurant hosts Now Taste This! "Tertulia" on April 24...
  • Nobu to opens 12th restaurant in Hong Kong...
  • And More
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EATING OUT


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S.A. Prum::
Rieslings to die for Whether floral and fruity, delicate, subtle, and low in alcohol, or medium- or full-bodied, Rieslings from the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer in Germany are fabulously crisp and balanced. They stand up to rich foods like pork and foie gras while complementing spicy Asian, Caribbean and Indian foods.
Three enjoyable reds at great value:
From Portugal, Chile and Argentina, Lafite Rotschild owned properties have come up with "regular"or "second label" wines worth exploring.
French winemakers mull screw cap vs. cork:
In France, it has become an uphill battle to convince a skeptical public that wine in a screwtop bottle is not a cheap, nasty beverage.
Nieto Senetiner: Quality and Style :
Senetiner Quality and Style. The wines Stand Out among the Great Wines from Mendoza, in the Argentine Andes.
Sokol Blosser Wines:
When one thinks Oregon, what comes to mind is Pinot Noir, green state and sustainability. For thirty years now the family-owned Sokol Blosser Winery in Dundee Hills in the northern Willamette Valley, Oregon has been combining elegant award-winning Pinot Noirs with growing grapes organically and sustainability in all winery operations

Curacao, A Slice of Europe in a Caribbean Paradise Curacao has it all: 17th and 18th century Dutch-style architecture, history, eco tourism, pristine waters for diving, fishing, swimming, white sand beaches on all sides of the island; and for more sedate pleasures: an 18-hole golf courses, dolphins, casinos, a variety of fabulous food and great restaurants, and one of the most romantic settings for weddings.





From Miami to Tuscany a Biondi meets a Biondi- Santi: In search of her Italian roots, and a shopping bargain in Sienna, Joann Biondi, an American writer finds that one of the oldest, most prestigious wineries in Italy, Biondi-Santi, is the originator of Brunello, Tuscany's signature wine in Montalcino.

BEST BUYS & BOOKS
Coolest Kitchen Gadgets:

Mankind doesn't need a lot of technology to get by in the kitchen. (Most men, in fact, don't use any technology more sophisticated than a bottle opener.) Yet most people have more technology in their kitchens than in any other room in their house. These inventions have accumulated around kitchens over the years, drifting down the spectrum from curiosities to novelties and eventually to necessities.

HOT EVENTS:... And More

BRUNCH... And More
COOKING CLASSES: ... And More

WINES CLASSES, TASTINGS.

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