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#GROWSOMETHING With Farmer Jay

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Lobster Mac & Cheese Recipe

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Celis Produce

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A Look Into Farmer Jay’s Pursuit For Growth  By Savannah Sheehan Photos by Ben Hicks Welcome to the 21st Century. Food is accessible at any hour of the day and a meal can be found for as little as one dollar, but the content of this readily available cuisine is often debilitating to our health. …

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With Chef Joey Difinizio of Seafood World What You Need: 1 cup cream 1 cup beer (Weihenstephaner) 1 Pint pasta 1 Pint cheese (cheddar, jack, and mozzarella) 6oz lobster Lobster sauce Panko bread crumbs Parsley (optional) Do This: Cook pasta, set aside Sautee lobster Add beer and reduce by 1⁄4 Add Cream Bring to boil Add lobster …

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Fresh Local Produce, Right To Your Door by Stella Alves With a more health conscious society worried about the quality of the foods we put in our bodies, it’s no wonder that new markets have opened with those needs in mind. One of those marketplaces is Celis Produce, owned and operated by Alex Celis and …

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What’s in the business for Chef Chad Wyrosdick? by Darien Davies Photos by Ben Hicks Making guests happy one mouthful at a time. He has been in the restaurant business for eight years but has spent the last three years at Papa’s Raw Bar making everything fabulous. He loves that he is a part of …

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EAT YOUR HEART OUT by Darien Davies VALENTINE’S DAY: where dreams come true, depending on how good you played your dinner card. If you don’t have access to Boyz II Men and a romantic gondola ride, you’ll need to really wow your significant other with witty conversation and a delicious meal. The latter is covered for you (you’re …

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Baking To The Beat Of His Own Drum by Savannah Sheehan Photos by Ben Hicks From the East coast to the West, Nani Edry has lived life large and with great diversity. He surfed with the Big Kahuna in Hawaii, reveled in the smell of baked dough on the Golden Gate Bridge wafting from a …

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With Chef Oliver Mical of Seafood World Photos by Ben Hicks Big night last night? Poor you. You can stay horizontal all day or accelerate your recovery by making what’s known at Seafood World as “Papa’s Hangover Cure.” Don’t quite have the drive to be a master chef? No worries. Paradise in a Pot is now on …

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A Peek Into The Flavors And Culture of Brazil by Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson A1A fosters a multitude of restaurants, bars, stores and of course, the ocean. Choosing a place to eat poses a challenge for most people, especially with so many options available. Located on 2nd Street off A1A in Deerfield Beach, Barracuda Seafood Bar & …

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Not Your Mama’s Sandwich Shop by Savannah Sheehan A fairytale story, two love birds dreaming of a place to call their own in which he cooks and she bakes, all for the friendly faces of Deerfield Beach. Years later, that dream became a reality, but not without hard work and long hours. The Sticky Bun, located …

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From Coast to Coast: La Panza Latin Bistro Brings Peru to Deerfield Beach by Savannah Sheehan Hailing from Lima, Peru, Rodolfo Mendieta spent his life traveling the coast of Peru in search of surfable waves and authentic, masterfully prepared cuisine. As a young boy, Rodolfo would watch TV, “We only got three channels…the only one worth watching was …

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Jack Of All Trades, Master Of The Josper by Savannah Sheehan Photos: Nathan Hamler Upon entering 13 American Table, a rustic coziness embodies the restaurant. This sensation of familiarity and comfort is translated in the simple yet elegantly refined fare that is mastered and served by Chef Anthony Fiorini. Being raised in a household of people who …

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by Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson A burger a day keeps the doctor away? That isn’t the most sound advice, but after indulging in a ‘Tucker Duke’ you’ll hope that is how the saying goes. It isn’t an everyday occurrence to walk into a restaurant in Niceville, Florida where the owner is Brian Cartenuto– two …

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By Savannah Sheehan Photos by Kelly Coulson Over the last eight years the Funky Buddha Brewery brand has gained recognition throughout South Florida, and their reputation has permeated throughout the entire craft beer world. Originating in Boca Raton, Funky Buddha Lounge and Brewery quickly gathered a following, resulting in Owner Ryan Sentz seeking a space that would …

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A Look Underneath The Bun By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Nathan Hamler The Hillsboro Square shopping plaza immerses you in a mouth-salivating aroma that quickly awakens your appetite. Following the smell to a small building puffing with smoke, you witness the flocks of people entering the deceptively limited area. Upon entering you see the line forming …

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By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Ben Hicks Nestled along the bustling Federal Highway in Lighthouse Point, Papa Hughie’s Seafood World stands out as a beacon for delicious, quality seafood. Entering their 40th year in business, Seafood World’s popularity continues to grow. A short year and a half ago, Owner Hugh “Papa Hughie” Ganter partnered with his …

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How To Bake It In America by Susanna Arntz “Can I help? Mom, I want to bake with you!” Bianca asked years ago. Little did she know that as she grew up, her love of baking would never grow old. When Bianca came to America back in 2000, she says she had no idea she was …

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By Savannah Sheehan Photos by Kelly Coulson America…the land of fast cars, fast internet and fast food. But “fast food” has gotten a bad rap. The word on the street is, “it is not healthy for us.” New discoveries have been made that may say otherwise. Wow! Wake up, America and smell the tacos! Sheknows.com …

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By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson Out of many? Out of what? Popular questions for food truck owner, Haiz Miller of Out of Many Cafe. “Food with a Caribbean twist” is the slogan for this Jamaican truck.  The thought provoking name is the “motto” of Jamaica, “Out of Many, One people.” The name allows Haiz …

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By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson “To look into someone’s eyes when they bite into something you made for them, well, that’s very important,” beams food truck owner Scoti Sabatino. The tenacity and passion he has invested in Parabas Grill is apparent in the versatile, constantly evolving menu. There is no one genre Parabas falls …

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P.S. 561 by Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson The hot dog stand, once an American tradition found on street corners throughout New York City, never seemed to translate well to the tropical Floridian metropolitan areas. That is until Aaron Merullo took matters into his own hands and created P.S. 561– a 16 foot kitchen on …

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By Giana Pacinelli It’s greasy. It’s messy. It could never come in a “low-calorie” version. But whether it comes from a bucket or served up on a bun, there’s something comforting about that first bite of fried chicken. No doubt you’re now wondering: “Where can I find some authentic fried chicken?” Would it surprise you that the answer is …

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Just Like Home 3rd and 3rd’s Unique Culinary Experience By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Ben Hicks They say there’s no place like home. But a second-best option can be found by seeking out one of Delray’s best-kept secrets: 3rd and 3rd (on the corner of Northeast Third Street and Third Avenue). This is a place where …

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Street Style Mexican, Minus The Street Photos: Kelly Coulson Walk into El Jefe Luchador, and one of the first thing’s you’ll notice is the Mexican wrestling masks hanging on the wall. As you approach the counter, your eyes will probably wander to the old school posters tiled as wallpaper. The theme is evident, but once …

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Photos: Jack Bates If you have been to Leftovers, you’ve probably been to Food Shack, Mike Moir’s first establish-ment. Mike had no problem rattling off the exact date of Food Shack’s opening, January 24, 2002. About five years later, it was time for Leftovers. A chef first, Mike said “It was a dream, and I …

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Photo: Jack Bates Guanabanas is in a league of its own when it comes to South Florida restaurants. It’s one thing to serve 100% locally sourced seafood, but it’s a whole other ballgame when serving a restaurant that can seat approximately 300 people and is six tenths of an acre in size. Top that off …

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Photography by Ben Hicks Papa’s Raw Bar is a local spot through and through. Their motto, “Eat, Drink, and Be Local” says it all. And if you don’t want to do all three of those things, you’re probably in the wrong spot. They just hit their one year anniversary, and things are booming. Being under …

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By Alex Rendon Photos: Kelly Coulson Six years ago, the thought of placing an Asian noodle spot right in the thick of Boca Raton’s opulent Mizner Park may have seemed like a ludicrous idea.  But with the do-no-wrong team of local club owners and restaurateurs  known as Sub-Culture Group spearheading the project, this far-fetched concept …

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So Simple, And That’s A Good Thing By Natalya Jones Photos: Jack Bates “Modern Juice Co. was started by a small group of friends who were looking for a lifestyle change and simply started making customized juices from home,” said Jon Sullivan. As with all good startups, the humble beginning expanded into a more solid business plan, with larger equipment, more …

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Photos: Kallima Photography Coffee is coffee, right? Wrong. If you don’t care about how your coffee tastes and end up loading it with cream and sugar, then stop by that one place that’s probably within a mile radius at any given time. But if you care for the finer things in life, including great coffee, …

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By Natalya Jones Photos: Ben Hicks There’s authentic BBQ, and then there’s “authentic” BBQ. Fortunately, Smoke BBQ in Delray Beach is the former of the two and the only authentic Kansas City BBQ joint in South Florida, according to owner Scott Kennedy. So what makes Smoke BBQ stand out? Kennedy explains that only the “finest, …

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