(3-23-2017) In studio interview with Chef Jeff Maxfield from Brava by Brad Kilgore at the Arscht Center. He will be participating in the Deering Bay Seafood Festival, Sunday, March 26. He brings the seafood dish he’ll be offering at the festival and gives us tips on how to buy and cook seafood.
Dinner in Minutes:
Snapper Parmesan with Spinach Penne Pasta
Restaurant News: Carlos Frias, Miami Herald Food Editor,he discusses this week’s restaurant news and where to eat this weekend.
(3-9-2017) – Nancy Scanlon, Author of My Mother’s Cookbook: Freshly Real. Topic: How to write an eBook cookbook when you don’t know what you’re doing. She talks about how she recreated the stories and recipes from her mother’s cooking and created an ebook with them. She also gives tips for others who might want to compile or publish their family recipes and brings food from the book for us to taste.
Restaurant News: Jen Karetnick talks about a special new restaurant on Brickell.
(3-9-2017) Today’s Topical Currents begins at a walk . . . for animals, that is. Saturday is the annual event for the Broward Humane Society where thousands of people--and their pets—walk about a mile to raise funds for the Society.
(3-7-2017) It’s a common assumption that if one has health insurance; the company routinely covers the bulk of medical charges.
Correct? The answer is only a “maybe.”
Today’s Topical Currents looks at the confusing aspects of navigating the medical billing process, with patient advocate Kenneth Klein, Founder/Manager of Human Health Advocates, LLC, in Boca Raton. He provides assistance to patients with medical bill and health insurance related concerns.
(3-2-2017) Charcoal Restaurant Chef/owner Ken Lyon. He’s a caterer, past owner of Fratelli Lyon in the Design District and now his new venture is in Wynwood Yard. The restaurant is constructed from used shipping containers. It has a unique menu based on two Josper ovens. These are closed ovens that are fueled by charcoal. He will bring food to taste.
Restaurant News: Laine Doss gives a restaurant review.
Dinner in Minutes:
Wasabi Crusted Salmon with Pan Roasted Ginger Corn and Broccoli - a simple sauce gives salmon an Asian flavor – and in minutes