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  • 23 McDonald's food offerings that should come to Florida

    23 McDonald's food offerings that should come to Florida
    As sales slump, McDonald's is planning to overhaul its U.S. menu by adding more customizable options and even add new items to appeal to regional tastes.  In a conference call with investors Tuesday, chief executive Don Thompson noted that McDonald's...
  • Archive: Despite changes in the kitchen, stylish Gordon has aged gracefully

    Archive: Despite changes in the kitchen, stylish Gordon has aged gracefully
    This review first appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Oct. 6, 1989. When Gordon opened 12 years ago, it was the brash new kid with a hey-look-at-me attitude. Everything about it seemed intended to boggle the mind and eyes, from the eclectic decor to...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Boston's Bravest and Finest'

    All eyes are on Mei Lin. She whooped everyone and won the first elimination challenge last week with a bowl of rice porridge. Rice porridge, people! In the stew room over empty bottles of beer and wine, one of the brunette cheftestants felt the need...
  • Kimchi and sauerkraut fanatics wanted for inaugural Ferment festival in Long Beach

    Kimchi and sauerkraut fanatics wanted for inaugural Ferment festival in Long Beach
    These days restaurant chefs are pickling everything they can get their hands on. That clearly signals that pickling and fermenting are a trend. But fermenting also hearkens back to the old days and the old ways. And the Institute of Domestic...
  • Scott Joseph debut set for Thursday

    Scott Joseph debut set for Thursday
    Scott Joseph, former restaurant critic at the Orlando Sentinel, makes his TV debut on Thursday. WFTV-Channel 9 pushed back Joseph's premiere, originally set for last week. Joseph's segment, "The Daily Chew," is not part of the WFTV noon newscast but...
  • Char-Hut opening in Coral Springs, Oakland Park

    Char-Hut opening in Coral Springs, Oakland Park
    Restaurant chain Char-Hut plans to open two more restaurants in Broward County in the next few weeks. The first one is slated to open Oct. 28 in Oakland Park near Commercial Boulevard and Dixie Highway. A specific address was not provided. The...
  • Swine & Sons takeout to open in February

    Swine & Sons Provisions, a Southern-inspired source for modern takeout fare, is opening in February in Winter Park. Created by award-winning chefs James and Julie Petrakis along with Ravenous Pig and Cask & Larder chef de cuisine Rhys Gawlak, Swine &...
  • LeFevre and partners announce 'steak-centric' the Arthur J.

    LeFevre and partners announce 'steak-centric' the Arthur J.
    David LeFevre and his partners already have a lively bistro in Manhattan Beach and a perpetually crowded oyster bar next-door. Now they’re going to add one more spot down the street that LeFevre describes only as “steak-centric.” After...
  • Broward Season Preview events

    Broward Season Preview events
    Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. Halloween Spooktacular The City of Wilton Manors Leisure Services Department This Halloween event will include a costume contest, games, bounce houses, a giant cake walk, sweets booth, a hayride, goody bags, concession, and families...
  • Speakeasy-style bar and eatery Park Social opens

    Speakeasy-style bar and eatery Park Social opens
    The speakeasy craze has hit Winter Park with a new twist at Park Social, a bar and eatery that opened last week in the upstairs space at 358 N. Park Ave. That particular address is notorious as a revolving door for several other bar and restaurant...
  • Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn

    Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn
    Pasture to plate. Field to fork. The bandwagon to promote close-to-home products and ingredients is crowded with chefs who know a whiff of opportunity when they smell it. Occasionally, the distance between farm and table is measured in yards, not miles....