Here we are! Episode nine of my new podcast called WTF? – Where’s the Food? is here. On this show, I talk to Chef Mike Solomonov from Federal Donuts, Dizengoff, & Zahav to talk about how he got his start, his early connection to Miami, why he decided to bring the Federal Donuts and Dizengoff brand to Miami, how the Federal Donuts concept started, everything about his new cookbook and where he likes to eat at when he’s in Miami (2:46).
Here we are! Episode eight of my new podcast called WTF? – Where’s the Food? is here. On this show, I talk to Eric Hernandez, who is the head brewer at Concrete Beach Brewery, and Chef Michael Beltran from Ariete about their latest dinner series, Brews Views Dinner Series (2:15). They talk about what to expect at the dinner, any plans for future ones, plus he speaks to them individually and gets to know them. Get your tickets here for the dinner.
Nick also has some food news for you (23:45) and of course the food porn of the week from @blondeswhoeat.
Finally, Nick gets to know Liza, the person behind the Instagram account @fatbutskinnybutfat, and finds out what a day in the life of Liza is really like, some of her favorite spots to eat at in LA, the incredible work she does for Foodbeast and why you should follow her now (29:31).
Here we are! Episode seven of my new podcast called WTF? – Where’s the Food? is here. On this show, I talk to Chef Carl Schaubhut from New Orleans about his time as Sous Chef at Commander’s Palace, his latest restaurant in NOLA – DTB – Down the Bayou, what he loves most about his job and would he ever go back to Commander’s Palace, given the opportunity, as executive chef (2:27).
Here we are! Episode six of my new podcast called WTF? – Where’s the Food? is here. On this show, I talk to Dan Delaney, who was nominated for a James Beard Award in 2014 for American restaurateur about the nomination, how it has changed his life, about his former video podcast called Street Food and all about his chicken restaurant in New York called Delaney Chicken (2:01).
That time Dan lost to Burger Beast in a Hot Dog eating competition
Then, Nick gives you food news (22:45) and talks to Kimia from Kimia Kravings about her blog, some of her favorite spots in New York and if she has any tips for someone looking to start their own blog (26:13).
Finally, Nick gives you the food porn of the week (33:45) and talks to Hendrick’s Gin Brand Ambassador, Fred Parent about what makes Hendrick’s so great, some great fall cocktails you could make at home and we’ll find out about the Hendrick’s Gin Grand Garnisher coming to Miami in December (35:05).
Listen to the full podcast and check out the recipes from Fred Parent below.
Mary & Berry Gin & Tonic
3 parts Hendrick’s Gin
7 parts Premium Mediterranean tonic water
Over Ice Garnish: sliced cucumber, a rosemary sprig and blackberries
Fall All Over (Hot Gin Punch)
6 parts Hendrick’s Gin
2 parts fresh lemon juice
2 parts ginger syrup
2 parts cloudy (unfiltered) apple juice
2 parts hot Apple Cider Tea
Topped with sparkling water Garnish: sliced NY red apples, cinnamon stick, grated nutmeg Directions:
Hot – build all ingredients but sparkling water in a pot and stovetop cook on a low simmer. Serve in a tea pot and tea cups.
Cold – build all ingredients in punch bowl. BUT substitute with 4 parts cloudy apple juice and NO Apple Cider Tea. Top with sparkling water.
1.5 oz Hendrick’s Gin
.75 oz fresh lemon juice
.75 oz Velvet Falernum
1 oz pear juice
2 Basil leaves Garnish: Basil leaf and cucumber wheel Directions: Combine all liquid ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake well and double strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with basil leaf and cucumber wheel
you’ve been hearing about it for some days now, well here’s the good news! I’m launching something new.
I present to you WTF? – Where’s the Food?, a weekly podcast available RIGHT NOW! Episode One – The Premiere is available now on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Overcast, Soundcloud or wherever you get your podcast from. Click HERE to listen!
More than just a regular food podcast, food lover Nick aka thefood-e is bringing you a food podcast for the ages, one for all our hungry friends out there. WTF? – Where’s the Food? features interviews with local and national chefs, some food news, food porn of the week, and get to know some of your favorite Instagram and food bloggers. Will I eat on the show? Of course I will because #NeverStopEating!
I think this is the next step in the evolution of the blog and I hope you agree with me and download, listen and subscribe. The show will get better with time. If you have any feedback, please let me know. I would love to hear from you!
New episodes will be available every Tuesday!
I hope you give the podcast a chance and if you enjoy the podcast, please leave a comment and review on iTunes.
Overtown Music & Arts Festival (OMAF) returns once again! The annual street festival will take place Saturday, July 15, 2017, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Miami’s Overtown Business and Entertainment District. The festival will include live performances by multi-platinum selling talent including 5x Grammy Award winning artist Cee Lo Green, known for his hits including “Crazy” and “Forget You.” Cee Lo will be joined by Grammy nominated songstress Keyshia Cole as well as Tito Puente Jr., Inner Circle, RL of famed group Next whose hit songs include “Wifey”, “Butta Love” and “Too Close,” and additional talent to be announced. Overtown Music & Arts Festival is produced by Headliner Market Group (HMG).
Attracting some of the world’s top contemporary artists, OMAF has entertained a growing and enthusiastic audience that reached near 10,000 nation-wide festival goers last year and consists of a main stage featuring top musical acts and local Overtown businesses and vendors who will be on hand showcasing artwork, ethnic cuisine, food trucks, unique crafts, jewelry, clothing, and more.
OMAF ART EXPO ZONE
Performing live art installations by artists including Alejandro Guzman and Alfrensa Moosa allow them to engage in conversation with festival goers.
BBQ COOK-OFF COMPETITION
Festival goers will play judge and experience the bold favors in the festival’s first cook-off competition. Restaurants will compete for bragging rights and onlookers will be able to sample and cast their vote for the best BBQ.
T.E.E.S. YOUTH ZONE
Teens Exercising Extraordinary Success (T.E.E.S.) Youth Zone is presented by the Green Family Foundation and activities include DIY arts, mulitl-lingual sotry time tent, live cooking demonstrations and music for children.
Fado Irish Pub in the Mark Brickell Village is hosting Miami’s largest St. Patrick’s Day Block Party starting on Saturday, March 14th.
Fado will kick off festivities with the Annual Head-Shaving event on Saturday, March 14th followed by St. Practice Day on Sunday, March 15th. The $5 “21+ Party Wristband” gives you access to two banging DJ stages, full bars, and multiple beer gardens. You have the option to purchase a “Sunday Funday Party Pass” from 2:00 – 6:00 p.m. with $2 Drinks on Jameson Irish Whiskey, Fireball Whiskey, Naked Turtle Rum, Absolut Vodka, Bud and Budlight 16 oz. bottles.
On Tuesday March 17th, Fado kicks off St. Patrick’s Day at 9am with brunch and then their St. Paddy’s Day Block Party at 2pm.
Ticket options include:
$30 Sunday (or Tuesday) Funday Party Pass: From 2pm-6pm – Includes $2 Drinks on Jameson Irish Whiskey, Fireball Whiskey, Naked Turtle Rum, Absolut Vodka, Bud and Budlight 16 oz. bottles.
$15 Wristband: 2 (24oz) beers in the event, skip the $5 “21+ Party band”
$5 at the door gets you the “21+ Party Wristband”
*All options are available on both Sunday 3/15 and Tuesday 3/17
We all know Miami Spice has kicked off and is a big deal down here in South Florida. So in honor of Miami Spice, we present to you our top Miami Spice restaurant picks based on their Miami Spice menu. We think it’s where people will be flocking to for the next two months during Miami Spice. You can check out all the menus here.
These are the food-e’s Hot Plates for the months of August and September featuring Miami Spice restaurants.