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October 23, 2017

Dining & Travel Archive

Florida restaurants embrace the upscale veggie trend

The most intriguing gourmet growth sector? Full-fledged vegan read more >

Outside influences step up their presence in Miami

When they say, “the New Yorkers are coming” in Miami these days, they're talking about famous chefs and foods from the Big Apple, not tourists. read more >

Bridging the gap: Restaurants in Fort Myers-Cape Coral grow beyond the familiar

McGregor Boulevard and Tamiami Trail are still the main drags of the Fort Myers-Cape Coral corridor .... But these days dining ... read more >

A new ice age in Florida

Once, Florida depended on ice cut and shipped from frozen lakes thousands of miles to the north... read more >

Skewered in Florida – kabobs in various forms spread across the state

Smart chefs and wise home cooks, my mother among them, suspected there were five or six recipes in the world common to every tribe on the planet... read more >

Menus at Lake Nona go beyond the essentials

For the food-obsessed, hip restaurants are integral to their preferred geography. Smart developers lure trendy chefs to the first floor of a new high-rise, and savvy real estate agents pack menus in their portfolio while showing homebuyers around a neighborhood. read more >

Cod-ified: Portuguese cuisine catches on across Florida

While the cooking of Portugal was once forgotten or mistakenly lumped in with Spanish cuisine, that's no longer true in Florida. read more >

Chick Magnets: A flock of chicken-centered restaurants open in Florida

Get all those hogs, pigs and piglets out of here. They've had their day on top of restaurant names and menus. There's a new star critter on Florida shingles. read more >

Cock-a-noodle-do: Asian flavors of all kinds can be found in Florida

As the Year of the Rooster dawns, Florida can crow about an array of Asian flavors statewide. read more >

The best thing since sliced bread

The perfect toast for the new year is … well, toast itself. read more >

Stretching out - expanding culinary diversity

Florida's restaurateurs extended themselves in all culinary and geographical directions this year. read more >

Sides show: More Florida chefs are vegging out

Across Florida, chefs are putting more imagination and care into vegetable sides and giving them a new place in the sun on the menu. Or on the chalkboard. read more >

Turning up the heat

The latest grills give restaurateurs new options. read more >

The spirited growth of Florida distilleries

The number of Florida distilleries is growing thanks to regulatory changes. read more >

The food network in Jacksonville

A group of Jacksonville businesspeople shares a common bond: Food and networking. read more >

A cut above: Alternatives to traditional steak

Meat eaters are relearning what chefs and home cooks around the world always knew: There's a lot of meat on the steer that makes for hearty red-blooded eating at less cost. read more >

Outside the box: Eating outside is a breeze

The freshest breeze in Florida's new restaurants is just that: Invigorating, refreshing breeze. read more >

Egg-citing: Fresh-from-the-farm eggs are spicing up Florida menus

Which came first? The designer brand, fresh-from-the-local-farm egg or the gourmet pizzas, burgers and salads topped with fried eggs? read more >

Reel Florida: A look at fishing villages

For Florida diners, good fishing luck is finding a real fishing village. They are rare, but they do exist. read more >

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