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SOBEWFF: Andrew Zimmern or Baby Hippo??

Andrew Zimmern or Baby Hippo?? Madde Gibba hosts a lightning round of “Andrew Zimmern or Baby Hippo” with Anthony Bourdain, Aaron Sanchez and Michael Voltaggio at last year’s SOBEWFF. How well do you score? South Beach Wine & Food Festival is a premiere food and wine weekend raising millions for culinary scholarships and providing fans…  Read More

Behind-the-Scenes with Emeril Lagasse

BAM or Bamm Bamm? What does Emeril Lagasse have in common with Bamm Bamm from the Flintstones? Madde Gibba and I find out at last year’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival. SOBEWFF is a premiere food and wine weekend raising millions for culinary scholarships and providing fans with an unparalleled experience. Here’s a glimpse…  Read More

Chef Michael Schwartz’s Top Picks for Miami

Where to Eat & Drink in Miami In 2007, chef Michael Schwartz opened Michael’s Genuine in Miami’s Design District, bringing a locavore mentality and unpretentious, homemade food to a city too often known for shallow, trend-driven restaurants. Now, the James Beard award winning chef and restaurateur has a handful of Miami restaurants, including Harry’s Pizzeria…  Read More

Khong River House

Celebrating Authentic Southeast Asian Cuisine Khong River House serves some of Miami’s best and most authentic Thai food. With dark wood-wrapped dining rooms, marble Buddha sculptures, and fixtures made of bamboo fish traps and antique bird cages, this spot feels more like a Thai boat house than a restaurant just steps away from trendy Lincoln Road.…  Read More

Miami

Welcome to Miami Miami exudes joy. With warm weather, a rapidly growing food scene, and such a creative spirit, it has become one of my favorite travel destinations. People are living out loud in Miami, and everything from the music to the food and the attitude about life is a reflection of that. And although…  Read More

Miami’s Ethnic Eats

A Few Latin Favorites Miami’s population has seen a radical shift in recent years. With an influx of Caribbean, Central American, South American, and other Latino communities in the city, it’s  become the unofficial capital of the Latin world. You should expect in a city where nearly 70 percent of the population is Latin American…  Read More

Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill

Celebrating Miami’s South American Spirit An overnight success story in Miami, chef Timon Balloo leads a talented team in Sugarcane’s three kitchens – the robata, hot kitchen and raw bar. With this renegade concept, Balloo’s creative menu highlights Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian flavors, with stand out dishes such as the famed goat cheese croquettes, Florida…  Read More

Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill

Celebrating Miami’s South American Spirit An overnight success story in Miami, chef Timon Balloo leads a talented team in Sugarcane’s three kitchens – the robata, hot kitchen and raw bar. With this renegade concept, Balloo’s creative menu highlights Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian flavors, with stand out dishes such as the famed goat cheese croquettes, Florida…  Read More

Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink

Fresh. Simple. Pure. A neighborhood bistro in Miami’s design district where chef/owner Michael Schwartz showcases fresh, local and often rare ingredients in his simple, refined American cuisine. From the open kitchen and wood-burning oven come masterpieces like roasted whole snapper, spear-caught local grouper, slow roasted beef short ribs and chargrilled octopus. The menu changes daily…  Read More

Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink

Fresh. Simple. Pure. A neighborhood bistro in Miami’s design district where chef/owner Michael Schwartz showcases fresh, local and often rare ingredients in his simple, refined American cuisine. From the open kitchen and wood-burning oven come masterpieces like roasted whole snapper, spear-caught local grouper, slow roasted beef short ribs and chargrilled octopus. The menu changes daily…  Read More