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Fill the Grill $20 in 20 Minutes Ultimate Chef Showdown: Round 2

In Events On August 20, 2011 2 Comments

Earlier this week, the second round of Whole Foods Market’s Fill the Grill challenge took place at Whole Foods on Turkey Lake Road. Chef Steve Saelg of The… Read More »

Delish New York Bakery in Doctor Phillips

In Restaurants On August 17, 2011 1 Comment

One of the biggest charms of New York City for me are the number of cafés, bakeries, and delis within walking distance or a short subway ride away…. Read More »

Fill the Grill $20 in 20 Minutes Ultimate Chef Showdown: Round 1

In Events On August 11, 2011 0 Comments

Whole Foods Market, in partnership with fabulous local chefs, started a cooking competition on August 2 in which chefs shop and create dishes on-the-fly for a panel of… Read More »

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Doctor Phillips

In Restaurants On August 7, 2011 2 Comments

Expect flavorful tomato sauces, fresh-roasted vegetables, and housemade dough toasted in an 800-degree coal-fired oven when ordering a pizza at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza. The original Anthony’s was… Read More »

Tacos El Rancho on Hoffner Avenue

In Restaurants On August 2, 2011 3 Comments

Anyone near the Orlando International Airport with a craving for a killer delicious Mexican lunch or dinner look no further. Tacos El Rancho will more than satisfy and… Read More »

Foodspotting Eat-Up at Steak and Salad Turkish Kitchen

In Events, Restaurants On July 26, 2011 3 Comments

Steak and Salad Turkish Cuisine was open, welcoming, and wonderful venue for July’s Foodspotting Eat-Up. The dining room was cozy and filled with a flood of natural light… Read More »

Dave & Buster’s Orlando VIP Pre-Opening Event

In Events, Restaurants On July 20, 2011 3 Comments

About ten years ago is when I saw my first Dave & Buster’s ad, but for the life of me I could not figure out why there wasn’t… Read More »

Yelp’s Fire & Ice Gala in the Heaven Event Center

In Events, Restaurants On July 17, 2011 2 Comments

There is a mysterious building visible from the Florida Turnpike northbound perched on the edge of a small pond. This building is illuminated at night by blue and… Read More »

Revisited: Lam’s Garden on East Colonial Drive

In Restaurants On July 10, 2011 4 Comments

An addictive alternative to a traditional American breakfast or brunch is dim sum. Like sushi, dim sum encompasses a wide variety of dishes; steamed or baked buns and… Read More »

Shannon’s Casual Café on South Orange Avenue

In Restaurants On July 5, 2011 0 Comments

South Orange Avenue is packed with interesting eateries — German, French, and Polish among others — but I never had the pleasure of stopping by Shannon’s Casual Café… Read More »