Miami Dish

How South Florida Jews Shaped The State's Food History

Dec 17, 2013
Credit Francis P. Johnson, Florida State Archives

Food is a lens. It's not all about chefs and buzzy restaurants. It's a lens through which we can learn about our culture, history and environment, among other things.

Learn to Cook Conch, Beignets And Other Haitian Dishes

Oct 25, 2013
Florida Folklife Program

It's a common story: Kid grows up in an immigrant household eating delicious food. Kid becomes adult. Adult still enjoys that delicious food whenever she returns home.

Then, for some reason or another (maybe because a grandmother or mom is always eager to cook), that adult never learns to prepare the food of her heritage.

Peru's Most Famous Chef Will Open A Restaurant In Miami

Sep 4, 2013

Peruvian chef Gaston Acurio will open a branch of his restaurant chain, La Mar, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Brickell Key.

Acurio is Peru's most famous chef. He's most well-known for popularizing  traditional and modern versions of Peruvian cuisines, including ceviches, Asian-Peruvian dishes and Andean cookery, at dozens of restaurants around the world.  

Isabel Echarte

Cuban cuisine has chewed its way into South Florida's culture. Many an abuela has shared family recipes for ropa vieja and bistec empanizado, through generations. WLRN wants a seat at your kitchen table to hear your stories of cooking Cuban dishes.

What are your favorite memories of being in, around, or inspired by a Cuban kitchen? Tell us what made them special click here.

David Samayoa

Sef Gonzalez, the man behind the local blog, Burger Beast, is on a personal campaign to bring more frita awareness and appreciation to Miami.

Head To The Florida Keys for Beer Milkshakes

Jul 30, 2013
David Samayoa

Combine two hot-weather refreshments, beer and ice cream, and you get a beer milkshake. Depending on your perspective, this beverage may sound either intriguing or alarming, but two restaurants in the Keys pull of the mash-up successfully.

M.E.A.T. Eatery and Taproom, 88005 Overseas Hwy (at MM 88), Islamorada; 305-852-3833