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  • Steaks worthy of the red carpet

    Steaks worthy of the red carpet
    One of the best steakhouses in Palm Beach County is hiding in plain sight. The 4-month-old Red is on Military Trail, just south of Glades Road, but if you know this part of Boca, you know you've got to loop around to find it. Hint: It's attached to...
  • Travel Postcard: 48 hours in the Florida Keys

    Travel Postcard: 48 hours in the Florida Keys
    KEY WEST, Fla (Reuters) - The Florida Keys are the end of the road, where the legendary U.S. Route 1 stops for the ocean at mile zero, a classic American road trip. For many, it did end here, a place where ships crashed and wreckers saved sailors and...
  • Two stars for both CiNe and A Toda Madre

    Two stars for both CiNe and A Toda Madre
    There is no shortage of decent Mexican restaurants in the western suburbs, but far too many of them play down to their audiences, falling back on the standard Mexican and even Tex-Mex dishes that everybody prepares. Today we look at two west suburban...
  • Frozen Key lime pie chills and thrills

    Frozen Key lime pie chills and thrills
    Q: I recently had lunch at Table 42 in Boca Raton. Their food was so good. I ended the great meal with their Key lime pie. It was the best Key lime pie I have ever had. Could you please try to get the recipe for me? I have tried numerous times to...
  • Our solution to the pi equation: Eat more pie

    Our solution to the pi equation: Eat more pie
    With a national beer as thickly colored as liquid chocolate, do you really think any true Irish imbiber would tint his or her beer green this Sunday, St. Patrick's Day? Just say no to cabbage-colored brews this weekend. But before you break out the...
  • A view to dine for

    A view to dine for
    There's no denying the old-fashioned appeal of the Pelican Grand Beach Resort. What visitor to Fort Lauderdale wouldn't love its design, which is meant to evoke 19th century Florida with tin-roofed turrets and shingle siding? The lobby has an island...
  • Cupcakes and More offers lunch, sweets and catering

    Cupcakes and More offers lunch, sweets and catering
    Now open for more than a year, Cupcakes and More continues to tempt customers with daily lunch specials and unusual cupcake flavors at their Newport News shop . Mona Ward and her daughter, Paula Pittinger, along with Ward’s sister, Cristy Kreston,...
  • La Cigale: Low lights, high times

    La Cigale: Low lights, high times
    While La Cigale sits just off Delray Beach’s trendy East Atlantic Avenue, it’s a refreshingly traditional alternative to the urban-chic image projected by its upstart brethren. It’s comfortable, settled and well-broken-in, as is the...
  • Clawing its way to the top

    When Billy's Stone Crabs opened in 1997, it closed every year when stone crab season ended in October. In May, when stone crabs returned, Billy's started all over again. This year, Billy's will stay open year-round. Being a seasonal restaurant isn't...
  • To Florida, with love

    To Florida, with love
    In a part of the country that doesn't always respect its history, chef Kris Wessel's new Miami Beach restaurant, Florida Cookery, offers plenty to love. As its name implies, the restaurant is an homage to all that was and is great about food and...
  • Columbia mom becomes baker after loss of job as principal

    Columbia mom becomes baker after loss of job as principal
    A Columbia educator turned entrepreneur says her strawberry cheesecake cookies truly are divine. They're chewy and pink and tangy on the tongue. The right balance of sugar, flour and time in the mixer came to her during a week-long fast, a way for her to...