2 down, 3 days to go until the weekend. I've got a pretty decent evening Sift here for you to peruse through. Enjoy.
A- We begin things this evening with a list of where you can get your Rakontur Square Grouper servings in April.
B- So you don't want to pay over $150 to see Wicked in Fort Lauderdale? South Florida Theater Review has a possible solution.
C- Mango&Lime learns how to make kimchee at Muriel Olivares’s Little River Market Garden.
Before starting Muriel warned that the way she prepares her kimchee is the way she likes it not necessarily the traditional way. Not that it matters. One Korean couple that attended the workshop said there is no one exact way to make kimchee. You can make it your own and in Korea there are endless variations of it depending on the region and even the household in which it is prepared.D- South Florida Food and Wine previews this year's Burger Battle II in Fort Lauderdale.
This was a great event, and not because I was on the committee as I am again this year but because it was one of those food and drink events that didn't get uncivilized, you know the one's I'm referring to, with hundreds of people all wanting a sip and a taste at the same time crowding and hovering like some pack of wild species in the Serengeti. It wasn't that way and we're planning on the same crowd control again this year, by limiting ticket sales.E- Boy Writes Miami likes Balans for brunch.
We’re here by noon and the pretty waitress tells me brunch lasts all the way until 5. Five! That’s like, brinner. I had the bacon eggs benedict and a side of multiple orgasms. Sure, I’ve had better, but that day I was craving brunch so viciously if I had a kid I’d rename him English Muffin.F- The305.Com does Casola's and loves it.
Casola’s has a love or hate relationship with those that eat there, but they have their advantages over other pizza shops. One, they offer other things like subs, hot dogs, chicken wings and burgers. They also have quite honestly what may be the biggest single pizza slice known to mankind.G- Eye on Miami does a good job exposing Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina as a fraud when it comes to the new Marlins stadium.
Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina speaks in favor of the Florida Marlin's deal on March 23rd 2009 at the Miami Dade County Commission Meeting. He is campaigning, to replace Carlos Alvarez, saying he didn't support the ballpark with the expensive retractable roof.H- The Reid Report has the 411 that about the only people hearting Rick Scott these days are the 20%'ers and the Little Limbaughs...but I repeat myself.