So most of you won't read this or will read it tomorrow morning, but here it is anyway...your Super Bowl evening Sift. Enjoy.
A- Transit Miami has a couple of oversized videos that demonstrate that Biscayne Boulevard is dangerous to cross...for those that needed that piece of information.
B- Gorgeous Miami sunset photo at Miami Pix.
C- It's here! The Miami Shores real estate report...at Miamism.
D- Food for Thought reviews the latest Cobaya dinner at Khong River House.
Dak Dae Tod are plump salt-and-pepper fried silk worm larvae. Mang Da Tod are deep-fried water bugs, which chef Bee tossed with five-spice. Of the two, I genuinely enjoyed the former - the silkworm pupae had a pleasingly soft, almost creamy texture, and were as good a vehicle as any for the classic salt-and-pepper flavors. The water bug was more texturally challenging - the kind of papery feel of a shrimp head that's not quite been fried crispy enough to eat comfortably - but had an intriguing, almost floral flavor as you crunched down on its carcass which reminded me of elderflower.