Josh Malina is a fruit blogger who also sometimes eats other foods. These posts were originally published last year to the fruit community in Charlottesville, VA. We can only hope that his journey continues here in Miami. Read posts from his original blog as he takes over as Tropicult’s official fruit blogger.
Coconut Grove has finally awakened from its culinary coma, transforming itself into the new “it” place to eat.
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Next time you’re headed for diet derailment skip the dollar menu, invite your pilates class and share the ultimate “cheat day” with Miami Culinary Tours. They’ll not only keep your indiscretions classy, but cost-efficient and hey, there’s some walking involved too.
Recently, yours truly, Orlando Vega, founded Congreso Cubano, now a popular latin pop-up restaurant in New Orleans. I wanna share a recipe with you that my partner in crime, Rick Ostry, and I have been serving up. As a Miami native, it reminds me particularly of home because it includes so many of my favorite ingredients. It’s basically a layer-cake of savory Latin goodness with influences from many places. I highly recommend making it in bulk for large parties as its an affordable dish to scale up and its the holidays so why not share? One note, get started on this dish early!