Food

Regina’s Farm Serves Authentic Brazilian Food for a Worthy Cause

  Brazilians have found a home away from home at Regina’s Farm, a quaint backyard dining experience tucked away in Fort Lauderdale’s Sailboat Bend Community across the street from Las Olas Worship Center. Most Saturdays, Regina Rodriguez rises early to begin preparing authentic Brazilian fare for the evening’s guests to experience the food and culture […]

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Stop by Nelson’s Diner Where Elvis is King and Comfort Food Reigns

Step back to the time when Elvis was King for a taste of good homemade cooking at Nelson’s Diner in Pompano Beach. Famous for its friendly service, great food and hometown feel, Nelson’s Diner is adorned with Elvis memorabilia including a life-size cutout of the King. Sports pennants cover the ceiling, and the diner decor […]

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Pick PDQ for a Fresh Family Feast

Eating right can be a challenge during the holiday season as schedules are squeezed and meal planning falters. PDQ is an excellent option for families on the go. PDQ stands for People Dedicated to Quality and they are true to their name. Serving up fresh tenders, hand-tossed salads and made-to-order sandwiches, it’s not the usual […]

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Five Excellent Local Restaurants

McDonalds. Chipotle. Subway. Cheesecake Factory. Without a doubt, chain restaurants abound in our casual sun-drenched tri-county locale. However, there comes a time (that time is now, in case you’re wondering) to step away from the Happy Meal and enjoy really good cuisine served in a place without plastic chairs. Grab your Google maps, ladies and […]

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5 Easy Gluten-Free Recipes

Giving up gluten doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor or quality. Gluten-free diets can lower bad cholesterol, increase energy levels, and improve your body’s digestive processes. Here are a couple of recipes that don’t diminish taste and are easy to throw together. If you don’t have access to a gluten-free flour blend such as Bob’s Red Mill […]

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Brown Bag It!: Healthy DIY Lunch Ideas

Time is of the essence when you are busy taking care of a million and one things. We often let our health fall to the wayside as we scramble to get things done by eating junk food or skipping meals altogether. Here are some healthy and quick ideas to avoid the stomach grumblings. Serve each […]

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Gluten Free and Delicious!

By: Kyra Bussanich More than ever, people understand that our bodies just weren’t designed to handle the amount of processed flour found in many of today’s food. Some people with vague, undiagnosed illnesses feel better after cutting out gluten, a protein in flour-based foods. Many Americans, including professional athletes and celebrities such as Zooey Deschanel […]

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The Truth Behind GMOs

Most are not bothered by the concept of a nutritionally deprived world because it does not generally hit home. It is not something often discussed openly over dinner, and the majority of our country’s inhabitants are completely oblivious to the truth. The reason for this is not lack of concern; it is merely a lack […]

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Manly Meals for Manly Men

It’s that time of year again to celebrate the patriarch’s role in our lives and what better way than to cook for him? Here are some recipes for macho meals he will be sure to love. Uh-mazing Barbequed Ribs Yield: 4-5 Servings 8 lbs. Baby Back Ribs 2 Tbsp. Kosher Salt 1 Tbsp. Mustard (dry) […]

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Mother’s Day Treats

Celebrating the roles your personal chef, assistant, attorney, therapist, doctor, accountant, seamstress, taxi driver, and tutor play in your life by offering gifts and attention in one day? That’s wonderful! Of course, I’m referring to Mother’s Day. Although it is just one day out of three hundred and sixty five, it is important to take […]

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