07/31/14 - Syndicated food columnist Linda Gassenheimer, Special wine correspondent Fred Tasker and WLRN host Bonnie Berman interview Bill Talbert, President and CEO Greater Miami Convention and Business Bureau and John Kunkel CEO of 50 Eggs group owner of 5 concept restaurants – Yardbird, Khong, Swine, Lounge Bar and Lime. Miami Spice runs for two months – August and September - $39 for a 3 course dinner, $23 for lunch. They give us tips on how to navigate the offerings.
The olives here are "broken" so we can remove the pits. Then we make a simple ‘compound’butter with them with plenty of herbs, garlic, and spices to serve on the beef. Allow the butter to soften a little before placing directly on meat or fish that are hot from the grill, pan or oven.
By Carla Javier & Jephie Bernard & Selima Hussain & Constanza Gallardo
The Islamic holy month of Ramadan is coming to a close. During Ramadan, Muslims fast during the day -- no food or drink. They break the fast with a meal after sundown called iftar. (See our Unique Eats: Ramadan Edition.)
07/24/14 - Syndicated food columnist Linda Gassenheimer, Special wine correspondent Fred Tasker and WLRN host Bonnie Berman interview Tim Andreola chef owner Basil Park in Sunny Isles. It features a new concept cooking—intact cuisine (clean balanced cooking). He is also owner with Rodrigo Martinez of Timo a few doors down from Basil Park.
Jumbo’s, a fixture of Miami's Liberty City, will serve its last batch of fried shrimp Wednesday. The diner has been open almost every hour since its first shift in 1955.
The restaurant gained a reputation for its bold move to integrate its staff in 1967, and owner Bobby Flam once saw a bustling dining room filled with black and white patrons. But the past decade has seen slowing business and crumbling décor.
After being shut down for a little over a decade, the newly renovated Caribbean Marketplace in Little Haiti will bring life back into this tight-knit enclave.
The Marketplace opened in 1990 and closed just nine years later due to structural and financial problems. The Northeast Second Avenue Partnership was involved in the building’s renovation.
Executive director Joann Milord says one of the reasons the Marketplace shut down was the building's lack of air conditioning. That contributed to its physical breakdown -- mold grew and the building started to decay.
07/17/14 - Syndicated food columnist Linda Gassenheimer, Special wine correspondent Fred Tasker and WLRN host and Bonnie Berman interview Karlisa Callwood, Director of Programs for the Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science. She talks about their summer kids camp featuring healthy cooking, also their chromatic cooking (cooking with colorful foods) and the plans for kids in the new museum at Bay Front Park.