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  • Thanksgiving dinner? Check please

    Thanksgiving dinner? Check please
    While the rest of Central Florida is searching for their giblets on Nov. 27, your date with a turkey could be as easy as driving to a local restaurant and being served. Here is a sampling of eateries open Thanksgiving Day. Many require reservations, so be...
  • Thanksgiving leftovers make quick meals, treats

    Thanksgiving leftovers make quick meals, treats
    Don't think of today's Thanksgiving meal aftermath as a pile of leftovers; think of it as a refrigerator full of opportunities to stretch the grocery budget. Just about everything on the table can be transformed into new meals for the coming weekend or...
  • Feeding the Black Friday frenzy

    Feeding the Black Friday frenzy
    On Black Friday power shopping could be an Olympic sport. We bob. We run. We score. Sure, malls have ubiquitous food courts and attached restaurants but they don't always satisfy our needs for nourishment or rest during today's shopping frenzy. Here...
  • Kappo opens at East End Market

    Kappo opens at East End Market
    Kappo at East End Market is home to the seven most coveted dining seats in town. With less than 10 stools at the bar, the small Japanese eatery carved out of a small booth near the back of the eclectic marketplace has foodies jockeying for places and...
  • Hanukkah menus with a sense of place

    Hanukkah menus with a sense of place
    Goggles on, boys and girls. The test-kitchen food processor is wobbling like a Tilt-A-Whirl at the county fair. Before the holiday tidbits go wild, let's dish: Let there be light. Hanukkah celebrations begin at sundown Tuesday and adding a sense of...
  • 'Gone With The Wind' details remain with us at History Center

    'Gone With The Wind' details remain with us at History Center
    You don't have to be a movie buff to enjoy — and even learn from — the "Gone With the Wind: Reel to Real" exhibit currently at the Orange County Regional History Center. The display puts visitors in two distinct mind-sets, one in the Civil...
  • Polish off a plate of local Polish fare

    Polish off a plate of local Polish fare
    With cooler weather on the way heartier fare is more tempting. Central Florida's Polish restaurants fill the bill with kielbasa, potato pancakes, pierogies, stews, sauerkraut and more. Polish food is farm-to-table comfort fare. Core ingredients are...
  • Merita, curvy roadside icon, finds home at Morse Museum

    When news broke in late 2012 that Orlando's venerable Merita Bread Bakery would close, reaction ranged from concern for workers losing their jobs to questions about the fate of the huge Merita sign overlooking Interstate 4 — a Central Florida icon...
  • Blacklisting Orlando is a bad move

    The so-called AIG effect has a new meaning: Against Idiotic Government. At least that's the feeling in tourism circles. The pall cast over business travel — especially over trips among financial services employees — as a result of...
  • Businesses open wallets for 2010 political races

    We're still more than a year out from next year's race for governor and other key down ballot races — such as that of House Speaker-designate Dean Cannon of Winter Park — but the region's deep corporate pockets are already putting their...
  • Pig Floyd's review: 'Cue with sass and sizzle

    Pig Floyd's review: 'Cue with sass and sizzle
    Pig Floyd's Urban Barbakoa is the cool kids' answer to straightforward Southern barbecue in Central Florida. With swell global spins this place — from the folks who created the popular TreeHouse Truck — simply sizzles with flavor. Thomas...