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Have you sorted out what and where you’ll be eating on Easter? Whether you're looking to go out or stay in with takeout, here's a list of places around town offering Easter treats, brunch and supper: Asia de Cuba: Honey-glazed Kurobuta pork belly,...
Tags: Cuba, Bars and Clubs, Roast Lamb, Salmon, Shrimp
Casting about for a meatless recipe to feature in these last few days of Lent, I set upon the idea of a pepper and egg sandwich. Brilliant in its simplicity, it features just three ingredients: scrambled eggs heaped with sauteed green bell peppers...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Foods and Beverages, Lent, Salt, Onions
What's happening in food and dining around South Florida. Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille Riverside Hotel, 620 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-467-2555, RiversideHotel.com Three years after shuttering the Grill Room, the historic Riverside...
Gayle Jones sat down at the counter Friday morning and ordered what could be her last serving of the best scrambled eggs she's ever had. "It's such a shame," the Corona del Mar resident said as she settled in to read a couple of newspapers and enjoy...
I can't remember the last time I made poached eggs. Probably because I had such consistent bad luck with them that I quit trying years ago. But J. Kenji Alt, from the Food Lab at the website Serious Eats, says he's broken the code. I can't wait to try...
Tags: Poached Eggs
Wolfgang Puck's KitchenThe moment is approaching once again to spring ahead. Early this coming Sunday morning, the second Sunday of March, we set our clocks forward by one hour to begin Daylight Saving Time. That practice first became widespread during World War I, a way to...
I have some super-easy, go-to meals — avocado smashed on toast with a drizzle of pistachio or hazelnut oil; scrambled eggs and chevre in a tortilla, splashed with Valentina sauce; a heap of baby spinach or arugula topped with a poached egg and...
Tags: Maggie Smith, Walnuts, Downton Abbey (tv program), Salt, Onions
Rick Steves' EuropeLike travel in general, breakfast gets you out of your routine and throws you a cultural curve that can add to the memories of your trip. Not long ago, I grabbed breakfast at a hotel in southern Spain. The only cereal available was a local version of...
Tags: France, Italy, Tomatoes, Trips and Vacations, Cheese
I’m not one to make New Year’s resolutions — I tend to set annual goals on my birthday in July instead — but I do always roll (and I mean roll) into January with a big case of food fatigue and a vow to end the crazy nonstop...
Tags: Poached Eggs, Kale, Sea Salt, Salads, Dietary Supplements
Mardi Gras is next Tuesday -- got your king cake? At first sight, it may come across as, well, a little unusual. A large wreath-shaped cake bedazzled in vibrant shades of purple, green and gold — there's nothing subtle about it. It might be...
Tags: Ash Wednesday, Salt, Pecans, Mardi Gras, Noelle Carter
Forget the simple quiche, fruit salad and cheese Danish that once fueled home-cooked Sunday brunches. Nobody cooks anymore. Too few of us entertain. That's too bad, because I like nothing more than starting off the week with a Bloody Mary, good...
Tags: Cheese Danish, Poached Eggs, Mushrooms, Miami Beach, Brunch
Everyone who walks into a diner immediately feels they can be themselves. The sight and aromas of the unpretentious food that greet us are as familiar as the fare produced in generations of American homes. Hot coffee, eggs, bacon, pancakes, waffles,...
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