Category Archives: miami

Book Giveaway: Mandy Baca, The Sizzling History of Miami Cuisine

Congratulations to winner, Magali Almeyra, a chef/owner of Mona who loves to cook and wants to learn more about Miami cuisine and its rich history!  Award winning author, Mandy Baca’s The Sizzling History of Miami Cuisine: Cortaditos, stone crabs & empanadas can be yours in a random draw for my book giveaway!  This book recounts the delicious…

Wok Star Picks March Events

Subscribe to my RSS feed to get latest updates for Events focusing on food and Asian cultural events in Miami and beyond. Pecha Kucha Miami Friday, March 15, 7-9pm Free Details here This fast-paced program is designed to make visible the practice and process of a variety of South Florida workers including yours truly. Their…

August Events, Google+ live cooking show (Updated)

Please keep checking back for additional events or subscribe to my feed. Wok Star Eleanor Hoh debuts her new cooking show LIVE on Google Plus  Learning How To Cook Like A Wok Star  Wednesday, August 15th Join her 6:30pm(ET), 5:30pm(CT), 3:30pm(PT) Hosted by award winning Pepe Calderin Design showroom FREE! I’ll be adding my video…

Little Lotus Restaurant

Chef Michael Asalie’s Black cod All the folks who made Little Lotus Restaurant’s opening successful! I absolutely loved getting to know this group of folks at Little Lotus Restaurant Miami! It’s an Asian and Japanese Tapas Restaurant, we totally need this here! How they pulled it together in 3 weeks is a miracle, so enterprising…

Miami Street Food Court

Last night’s street food court in North Miami was a sight! I think it’s best to order small portions so you have a chance to taste from different trucks. There are not enough trucks serving food that’s not deep fried!  See below for Jack of Jefe’s who organized this one on 109th and Biscayne. If…

Cobaya Guinea Pigs Miami (Updated)

Chef Jeremiah’s shiny Gastropod roams Miami.It took a year to build out. Often you’ll see himat Wynwood’s Art Walk, 2nd Saturdays of the month.Wonderful to pick up a yummy snack after trekkinginto all the art galleries. I’m certainly no gourmand or foodie but enjoyed seeing how this Cobaya was produced and meeting other foodies. I’m…