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Padma Lakshmi and Paul DaSilva Spice Up Miami
Padma Lakshmi and Paula DaSilva Spice Up Miami

Tourists usually visit Miami for the spectacular weather and to enjoy the pristine blue oceans. But “Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi and chef Paula DaSilva find inspiration for their culinary masterpieces from area restaurants and locals who’ve made the Magic City home after leaving behind their native lands and in so doing, create a flavor that you can’t find anywhere else.


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Catching up with Chef Adrianne Calvo
Catching up with Chef Adrianne Calvo

Chef Adrianne Calvo finds roads where none exist and starts building. A passionate Latina with a flare for thinking outside the box, she has earned countless awards and acknowledgements along with praise from the media, fans, and peers.


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Diablo's Cantina Main
Diablo's Cantina

In a city where buffets are king, it’s great to know that there is at least one place in Las Vegas where you can get high quality Mexican fare at fantastic prices. Don't let the casual atmosphere of Diablo’s Cantina at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino confuse you, you're not in another cookie cutter restaurant.


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Day of the Dead Inspired KAH Tequila
Day of the Dead Inspired Tequila

Finalizing your party plans for Dia de Los Muertos? No fiesta would be complete without tequila, and we're loving KAH Tequila’s unique hand-painted skull bottles created by Mexican artists and inspired by the Day of the Dead.


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Wynwood Kitchen and Bar

Since the gentrification of Miami's Wynwood began in the mid-2000's, the neighborhood has evolved into a place for emerging artists, hip restaurants, and popular art galleries. Wynwood Kitchen and Bar is the perfect marriage of all these elements, with indoor and outdoor walls adorned with colorful collages by acclaimed artists and Venezuelan-born Chef Miguel Aguilar serving as executive chef.


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South Beach Wine & Food Festival
South Beach Wine and Food Festival Announces 2013 Line-Up

Last week, Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival announced their 2013 line-up for the anticipated annual event which brings gourmands from all over the world together on the sunny shores of Miami's illustrious South Beach. Set to take place from February 21 – 24, the event will draw food fanatics to the signature white tents that stretch between 10th Street and 13th Street, and feature a small army of celebrity and regional personalities from around the country.


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Surfish Bistro: Bringing Peruvian Food to Park Slope

Opening a Peruvian restaurant was a shared dream for Chef Miguel Aguilar and his mother Elena Duffoo.  But it wasn’t until after Chef Aguilar was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network’s “Chopped” that the pair decided it was time to take the big leap.


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Michelle Bernstein Opens Crumb at The Webster
Michelle Bernstein Opens Crumb at The Webster

Michelle Bernstein wasn’t kidding when she said she was in the middle of a lot of changes during our interview earlier this summer! On the heels of the closing of Sra. Martinez in July, the celebrity chef is unveils her latest venture in Miami: Crumb at The Webster.


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Michelle Bernstein: "Why I Closed Sra. Martinez"

Michelle Bernstein is one of the country’s most highly praised chefs, and Miami proudly claims her as its own. With a career that spans over twenty years, Bernstein continues to take on new projects, and her recent collaboration with "Macy’s Great American Chef Tour" is set to air on PBS throughout the month of September.


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Miami Spice Kicks Off in South Florida
Miami Spice Kicks Off in South Florida

Christmas arrives early for South Florida residents and visitors alike from August 1st to September 30th with the launch of the 11th Annual Miami Spice Restaurant Program.  The yearly event organized by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau showcases the best of Miami cuisine at discounted prices. Three-course lunches are $19 or $23, and dinners are $33 or $39.


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