December 12, 2014 | by Cynthia Correa
Make everyone you know very happy this year by putting a few bottles under the tree. Here's what to buy for the people left on your list...
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December 11, 2014 | by Catherine Park
Recreate Chef Sean Brasel's popular ceviche for all of your holiday parties this year. (Your guests will thank you.)
Chef Sean Brasel had a vision when he opened Meat Market with co-owner David Tomek—that vision was to make the restaurant a top eatery for classic steakhouse dishes with an artful and unexpected twist. This brought forth popular options like buffalo tenderloin steak with chili and espresso rub, finished off with chocolate butter; a fatty brisket with coconut, mango, and Cuban sweet potatoes; and Kobe skirt steak with lemongrass and roasted chili. Not to be overlooked is the restaurant's crudo bar, where the chef dreamed up a menu featuring tuna tartare, hamachi, oysters, shrimp, lobster, and his ceviche special. >>Read More
December 10, 2014 | by Carla Torres
This month's holiday soirées and festive outings mean less healthy cooking and more eating out. Want to indulge in some comfort food, but without all the calories? A bevy of Miami restaurants are cooking up healthful spins on the seasonal dishes we can't resist.
Cold Tomato Soup at NIU Kitchen
The only thing more comforting than soup—for Miami’s sultry weather—is cold soup. At NIU Kitchen, chef Demetrio Lomas proffers an inspired take on the traditional Spanish gazpacho and a wholesome alternative to the creamy American rendition. Light and zesty tomato broth is poured over a dollop of Dijon mustard ice cream and Manchego and basil gel. 134 N.E. Second Ave., Miami, 786-542-5070 >>Read More
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