Archive for 'September,2019'

The madeleine moments of Chef José Andrés’

The madeleine moments of Chef José Andrés’

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine I’m trying to listen to what Steve McCabe is saying. I can’t. Nothing against Steve. If you like cars, he’s about as interesting a dinner companion as you could [...]

Michael Mayo’s Best New Restaurants, 2019

Michael Mayo’s Best New Restaurants, 2019

By Michael Mayo Dining Critic What makes a great restaurant? A stunning beachfront location or elegant dining room helps, a good wine list and polished service are artful accomplices, but in my mind it always comes [...]

The top secrets of top South Florida chefs

The top secrets of top South Florida chefs

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine  It’s your turn to pick the lunch spot, and your coworkers are expecting something special. Or you’re making dinner tonight for that couple from the neighborhood who always throws [...]

Kitchen talk with chef Michelle Bernstein

Kitchen talk with chef Michelle Bernstein

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  Simmering in its multicultural gumbo, South Florida is a piquant paradise. And perhaps the person most responsible for pinning the region onto the culinary map — particularly that portion [...]

What’s cooking in school? Cooking schools

What’s cooking in school? Cooking schools

By Greg Carannante  City & Shore Magazine There’s been a lot cooking in high schools since the days when boys took shop and girls took home ec. “When my mom took her home economics courses in [...]

A culinary voyage of discovery in Davie

A culinary voyage of discovery in Davie

By John Dolen City & Shore Magazine  It happened on one of my first forays into the exotic world of the Foodtown supermarket, tagging along with my daughter-in-law, May, who is from Thailand. Hard to forget [...]

In cocktails, everything old is new again

In cocktails, everything old is new again

By Peg San Felippo City & Shore Magazine  Some classic spirits are finding new life in recipes from trendsetting establishments. Among the more spirited-examples: Bourbon Born in Kentucky, bourbon is America’s only indigenous spirit. By law [...]

Looking back on long-lost restaurants

Looking back on long-lost restaurants

Staff report The face of South Florida is constantly changing, and that means that even the most iconic spots can sometimes disappear. Take a look back at some of the restaurants that were once synonymous with [...]

The BBQ Gospel of Luke Moorman

The BBQ Gospel of Luke Moorman

By Eric Barton Photography by Candace West City & Shore Magazine  Luke Moorman felt proud of himself when he landed a job as a stockbroker in New York City right out of college. He called a [...]

What to tip food and beverage workers

What to tip food and beverage workers

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine The next time you’re in a restaurant or bar, and you’re considering under-tipping your server, don’t. Just don’t. It’s not because the server will spit in your food. [...]