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Best darn Charv siu (roasted pork) that I have made in years.  The burnt crispy edges are the sugariest tasting benifit of a great long marination.jpg

(SID HOELTZELL @ MIAMI 2024)

I’m likely the last person to lecture or write about healthy cooking, mis amigos, and since I’m still kicking – soon in the seniors’ rehab pool – this month’s culinary carnage involves that staple of so many international diets, pork. Read more

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(SID HOELTZELL @ MIAMI 2024)

Soups can be very layered, as with a great bouillabaisse, or a bit more basic, though no less delicious, like my mom’s borscht. No matter the level of complexity, soup can be a superb appetizer or a satisfyingly filling main dish. Read more

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(SID HOELTZELL @ MIAMI 2024)

Little details about my childhood remain vivid, especially when it comes to food, flavors and feasting. For many of the folks where I grew up, Chinese food was a special treat and an exciting break from the doldrums of our own ethnocentric diets. Read more

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(Courtesy of Plus Plus)

Welcome to another tasty edition of Chefs Share! Each month, we share a home chef-friendly recipe from one of Miami’s culinary stars. If you’ve never worked in a professional kitchen before, don’t worry – these recipes don’t require any formal Read more

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(SID HOELTZELL @ MIAMI 2024)

A Cajun shrimp po’boy, or a bánh mi – or sub or hoagie, or just a plain ol’ hero by any other name – with simple fixin’s helped this column serve up a delicious shrimp-stuffed snack. Read more

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