Doggy Bag: This Week in Charlie
|To quote Don Draper, "It's like eating a mermaid."|
- South Florida's hot chefs, including Talay Thai's Charlie Soo, get the calendar treatment.
- Oysters that clock in at eight inches long? We're gonna need a bigger boat.
- Food trucks are back. Here's a comprehensive list of South Florida's kitchens on wheels.
- Palm Beach has some great specialty markets. Here's our Top Five.
- This week in Dish, a preview of 2010 Miami Spice -- the best deals, and where.
- The bathroom at the Living Room in Boynton Beach features plenty of sexy women.
- Slay a dragon fruit at home with these easy steps.
- Our chef interview this week is Trina's Mark Militello. [Part 1][Part 2][Recipe]
- The mullet is back: Billy Mitchell, veteran gamer and owner of Rickey's in Hollywood, has retaken the top seat as World's Best Donkey Kong player.
- Dean James Max won the Great American Seafood Cook-Off last weekend. Here's the winning recipe.
- Eating fast food doesn't have to be bad. Here are five ways to eat healthy, even at the drive-through.
- PGA National Resort chef Kenny Gilbert gets booted from Top Chef.
- Landmark Palm Beach restaurant Testa's shuts its doors for the summer.
- Brew-La-La opens in Fort Lauderdale's FAT Village.
- Don't diss the box -- here are two boxed wines you can get behind.
- Archer Farms chips taste like comfort food in a bag.
- Brazilian lager Xingu is a smooth, dark beer with great flavor.
- This Mexican hot sauce is the real deal -- you've been warned.