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WHAT'S NEW:
  • Marc Ehrler, Executive Chef at Loews Hotel Miami Beach, moves on...
  • Mari Nalli gourmet Quesadillas opens in Coral Gables...
  • Karma, new Asian Restaurant, opens in Coral Gables...
  • Gardner's Market sells out to Farm Stores...
  • Change of guard at Setai South Beach...
  • Dynamic Duo, Philippe Ruiz-Sebastien Verrier, back together at Palme d'Or, Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables...
  • Ideas Restaurant opens in Coconut Grove...
  • And More




THE BUZZ:

  • Miami Book Fair International, November 12 to 19, MDC Wolfson Campus...
  • Coral Gables Blues Fest, November 15 to 19 ...
  • Prix-Fixe Menu At Atrio, Conrad Miami for Carnival Center For The Performing Arts...
  • Mandarin Oriental, Miami Contemporary Chinese Art Exhibition...
  • Feast With The Beasts Returns to Miami Metrozoo December 1...
  • Dinner In Paradise, Farmers Dinners hosted by Chef Michael Schwartz...
  • And More



FOOD & WINE NEWS:
  • 5 Fabulous Female Chefs dinner to be held on December 6...
  • Raw Food Cuisine makes a comeback, in Delray Beach ...
  • Dade County’s chef’s Fest with Andalucia's Olive Oils...
  • Pop and chocolatejas at Sonesta Hotels and Suites, Coconut Grove...
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Three wines from Italy for the Holidays, and one Italian wine from Red Mountain in Washington State:
Well-priced, well balanced Italian boutique reds taste like their terroir in a bottle and pair superbly with holiday feasts as well as any meal... and one powerful Nebbiolo from the State of Washington, a contender...
Affordable and Delicious Bubblies:
From the Loire Valley, France, Marquis de La Tour is a gorgeous salmon pink colored fines bulles, elegant, delicately aromatic and crisp; and from the Veneto in Italy, Petalo Il Vino Dell’Amore is a buttery, silky yet crisp spumant...
Recanati Wines from Northern Israel::
Harvest after the fighting. A minute after the bombing had quieted in the Upper Galilee, the 2006 grape harvest in Manara's vineyard had begun. The vineyards in Kibbutz Manara on the border of Lebanon belong to the Recanati Winery.

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Mouton Cadet: Bordeaux without the steep price tag:
One of the key factors behind Baron Philippe de Rothschild's success is the art of blending. Today’s Mouton Cadet is a fruitier, rounder style wine, and a good value for Bordeaux AOC wine on the market.
Cuvaison, Carneros, Napa Valley, California::
Cuvaison’s Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs come from estate-grown vines, small crops that have concentrated fruit. “ In Carneros the soils are limiting so they restrict the vigor of the vines, and so shallow that the roots are forced to struggle and look deep for water,” says winemaker Steve Rogstad.

Ghent: Jewel of Flanders, Belgium. A Fabulous Getaway A breathtaking journey through time, and one of the hottest towns in Europe. History steeped in every cobblestone, beauty, fun, great food and an enchanting atmosphere are a treat for the entire family





AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND's largest city, is a friendly, attractive, safe destination where just about everyone speaks English with a smile. It’s blessed with physical beauty that resembles a picture-perfect movie set, great museums, fun cafes and great restaurants

BEST BUYS & BOOKS
Three Guys from Miami Celebrate Cuban: 100 Great Recipes for Cuban Entertaining:

by Glenn M. Lindgren, Jorge Castillo and Raul Musibay.
A hearty band of bon vivants offer a delicious array of Cuban-inspired foods accompanied by spectacular pictures, cultural anecdotes and off-the-wall humor.

Click here to listen to a live interview with the Three Cuban Guys on FOOD & WINE TALK

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

WINES CLASSES, TASTINGS.

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