For some folks, the Fourth of July means a backyard cook out or a picnic at the beach or in a park. But if they are not careful, their holiday barbecue could turn into a recipe for disaster.
Welcome to Lyon Freres Petit Marche, or Lyon Brothers small market. Lyon Frere is named after the French foodie driven city, Lyon, and is the French version of owner and Chef Ken Lyon’s last name. He and his brother also have a catering business. This chef-curated market is off 16 and Alton Road on Miami Beach.
A little slice of Italy is drawing in the crowds in the courtyard of a hipster area called Ironside, which is just west and south of 79th Street in Miami.
It’s a boon to healthy oils–and a bust for the worst kinds of fats.
Mark has been cooking up authentic homemade food as owner and head chef of Randazzo’s for 12 years.
The trick to having a stress-free meal in the great outdoors is to pack your basket well.
It’s a Monday afternoon and the weekly farmers’ market just outside the brand new Café at Books and Books at the Adrienne Arsht Center is in full swing. There are plenty of fresh veggies and fruits for picking—the perfect ingredients for one of Miami’s top chefs, Allen Susser, to buy his farm fresh produce for the restaurant which is just steps away.
A food-filled Father’s Day celebration is the perfect way to honor Dad this year.
The Orange Bowl Committee, over the years, has given millions back to the South Florida community.
Ah, summer in Florida! Heat, humidity, rain, and the saving grace of a cool breeze. Why sit in a crowded, smoky bar when you can relax outside in the warm evening breeze so typical of South Florida. While Miami and the surrounding areas are teeming with bars and nightclubs, not all of them have outdoor patios. Check out this list of bars in the local area that provide outside seating for the enjoyment of their guests.