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Topical Currents | The Florida Roundup | A Word On Food | Folk & Acoustic Music | The Public Storyteller

 OYSTERS ‘REMICK’

Norman Van Aken, © 2013

Today's Topical Currents features the Mayor of Miami Gardens, Oliver Gilbert. 

The predominately African-American community is Miami-Dade’s third-largest city.  It’s the home of Sun-Life Stadium, and has plans for redevelopment and to continue to lower its crime rate.

There are more law enforcement officers, and a new emphasis on the arts and new businesses.

Biology professor Miryam Wahrman, who’s written the book, “Surviving in a Germ Filled World.” 

As microbial issues grow more complex, she gives tips on how to best maintain personal hygiene – without undue worries.

Linda Gassenheimer’s annual “Mad-About-Mango” program, with Fairchild Tropical Garden Horticulture Director, Dr. Richard Campbell.

www.freshfromflorida.com

Literary contributor Ariel Gonzalez speaks with author Karen E. Bender about her new book "Refund".


S.O.S.

Jul 2, 2016

CREAMED CHIPPED BEEF ON TOAST a,k.a. S.O.S.

© 2016 All Rights Reserved by Norman & Janet Van Aken

Serves 4

4 Tablespoons unsalted butter

4 Tablespoons all-purpose flour

freshly ground black pepper, to taste

kosher salt, to taste, but remember the meat has salt already

1 teaspoon paprika or Spanish pimentón

1 1/2 Cups milk, at room temperature

1/2 Cup heavy cream, at room temperature

8 ounces chipped beef such as ‘Buddig’ brand

4 slices of bread, toasted just before serving

Cake

Jun 25, 2016

SPANISH OLIVE OIL CAKE WITH KUMQUATS AND TOASTED ALMONDS

©1994 All Rights Reserved by Norman Van Aken

The healthy richness of olive oil is lightened by the citrus flavors of the kumquat in this almond cake. Almonds probably originated in Asia Minor and were introduced to Spain and Portugal by the Moors. I created this dish for the Spanish Olive Oil Council. They were delighted to find olive oil in a dessert. I think you’ll see why.

Yields: One (9 inch) Cake

6 kumquats, cut in half

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