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Cat got your tongue: Allez cinema! Iron Chef spices up FFF affairs

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3/26/2009 | By Holly Kapherr

Temptation: Original Cinema & Forbidden Fruit Opening night film and party film 6:30 p.m., party 8:30 p.m. Friday, March 27 at Enzian Theater; $75-$100 The Flavors of Ca...[MORE]

A VIEW TO A GRILL

On The Side | 8/28/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

La Sevillana may not look like much, but the grilling that goes on inside is monumental in proportion to its size. Though the restaurant seats only 20 patrons, the enormous plates packed with me...[MORE]

THE CLOCK STRIKES MEDIANOCHE

On The Side | 7/10/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

Don’t expect to hear the latest pop tune being pumped over the speakers at Adita’s Cuban Bakery on University Boulevard. The music that fills the tiny space is pure, classic salsa, and...[MORE]

SNAP INTO... A KABANOS

On The Side | 7/3/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

Forget “Macho Man” Randy Savage. The real Slim Jim is a kabanos, a cured and smoked pork sausage from Poland, and the best place in Orlando to get them is Stanpol Polish Deli in East O...[MORE]

FORGET THE FLOWERS

On The Side | 5/8/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

Choose these food-themed alternatives to the hackneyed flowers, facials and restaurant dinners to truly show her that out of all of her positive character traits, creativity was the one you ch...[MORE]

LITTLE PLACE, HUGE CHARACTER

On The Side | 4/24/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

“I’m not an alcoholic, just a big personality,” says the woman behind the bar as she pours us a basket of Funyuns and Bugles. Though she looks and sounds like an off-kilter versi...[MORE]

CHOWING DOWN FOR A CAUSE

4/3/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

If you’re unable to think of anything better than eating stellar food and drinking luscious wines from some of Orlando’s most acclaimed restaurants for under $200, how about this: eati...[MORE]

UNITED NATIONS

On The Side | 3/27/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

You no longer have to spend the exorbitant cash to “eat around the world” at Epcot. Urban Café in Lake Mary is a poster child for international cuisine, boasting “Grecian...[MORE]

REINVENTING THE SPORTS BAR

On The Side | 3/13/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

If you think that any restaurant bearing the name of a sports legend has to be adorned with flat-screen TVs that only show ESPN and serve only heaping plates of chili cheese fries: think again. Da...[MORE]

COOKING FROM CUZCO

On The Side | 2/28/2008 | By Holly Kapherr

Though Peruvian food hasn’t quite made it to the haute cuisine circuit, restaurants offering the South American fare have cropped up all over Orlando; Limeña Chicken in the Winter Par...[MORE]

NOT NAKED ANYMORE

12/27/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

When Jamie Oliver was a young lad, he made a name for himself as television’s hip young face of cuisine on The Naked Chef. But while many of us wouldn’t mind a peek at the strapping c...[MORE]

EASY AS PIE

On The Side | 12/20/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

Amongst the mall-battling, tree-trimming and gift-wrapping, making your own crust for the perfect holiday pie is probably last on your to-do list this year. And it should be. With all the package...[MORE]

HEY MACARENA'S!

On The Side | 12/13/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

While most Americans know hot tamales only as the cinnamon-flavored candy counterpart to Mike and Ikes, for Latino families, it wouldn’t be the holidays without homemade tamales. At Macarena...[MORE]

SANFORD'S SIT AND SIP

On The Side | 12/6/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

A chance to sit under the stars on a warm December night is worth the tolls and endless construction. The Sanford Wine Company, located in the severely underrated historic district, boasts an int...[MORE]

EAST EATS WEST

11/22/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

China and Peru have enjoyed a long-standing diplomatic friendship; now diners can also benefit from their culinary partnership. At China Hut on South OBT, ignore the classic Hunan beef and moo goo gai...[MORE]

THANKSGIVING ON ICE

11/15/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

Don’t drive too fast or you’ll miss it. The tiny shack on International Drive in the shadows of Wet ’n Wild is easy to pass by if you’re not careful. Although Muse Gelato is...[MORE]

EATING HER WORDS

On The Side | 11/8/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

Chocolate & Zucchini, Clotilde Dusoulier’s food blog about daily life and cooking in Paris (www.chocolateandzucchini.com), has wrapped millions of Internet foodies in her charming writi...[MORE]

CAF… CON FLAVOR

On The Side | 11/1/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

It doesn’t have to be midnight for Park Avenue patrons to enjoy a medianoche sandwich ($4.50) at Authentic Cuban Café on Morse Boulevard in Winter Park. Mothers with strollers stand al...[MORE]

MOUSSAKA IN MAITLAND: 2007 ORLANDO GREEK FEST

On The Side | 9/27/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

Live music, good wine, flaming cheese. That’s what you’ll find at this year’s Orlando Greek Fest at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Maitland Friday, Oct. 5 through Su...[MORE]

PUTTING THE KITSCH IN KITCHEN

On The Side | 9/20/2007 | By Holly Kapherr

The smell of bacon wafts out the front door and hits your nose if you’re within a 100-foot radius of Chubby’s Family Restaurant in east Orlando. It’s the kind of place you don&rs...[MORE]

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Maestro World Cafe

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Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 9/23/2010

I donít mind waiting 30 minutes for a sandwich. Crusty bread, fresh vegetables, top-notch spread, a symphony of salty, sweet, crunchy and creamy Ė thatís a good sandwich.† Itís really unfortunate, t...[MORE]

Wrap Planet

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 9/2/2010

Itís obvious why Wrap Planet appeals to Rollins students who want to skip the swank of Park Avenue and grab a casual bite next to a 7-Eleven. Wrap Planet offers a United Nations of unusual, vegetarian...[MORE]

El Sanguchon

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 6/30/2010

The Peruvians havenít played in a World Cup since the í80s, but El Sanguchonís ultra-authentic Peruvian home cooking scores major points. Everything is made from scratch, including the pillowy bre...[MORE]

Italian Beefstro

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 3/3/2010

This is what the Superfans had in mind when they ordered ďda beefĒ: peppery, aromatic, thinly sliced roast beef piled thick on a steamed hoagie roll, topped with soft green bell peppers and doused wit...[MORE]

Pom Pomís Teahouse and Sandwicheria

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 2/17/2010

In the antiquated plaza across from UCF thatís seen more permutations than Madonna, Pom Pomís Teahouse and Sandwicheria recently opened its second location. The new space is even more cozy and ecl...[MORE]

Paninoís Pizza and Grill

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 3/26/2009

The overwhelming smell of garlic, the barely-20-something staff and the fluorescent glow coming from Paninoís Pizza and Grill, on the corner of Orange Avenue and Pine Street, suggests just another piz...[MORE]

Muse Gelato

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 11/15/2007

Donít drive too fast or youíll miss it. The tiny shack on International Drive in the shadows of Wet ín Wild is easy to pass by if youíre not careful. Although Muse Gelato is small, the flavors that ow...[MORE]

La Sevillana

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 8/28/2008

La Sevillana may not look like much, but the grilling that goes on inside is monumental in proportion to its size. Though the restaurant seats only 20 patrons, the enormous plates packed with me...[MORE]

Two Blondes and a Shrimp

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 7/24/2008

The menu at Two Blondes and a Shrimp in Sanford reads like a pan-continental smorgasbord. Curry, linguini, quesadillas and fried catfish all make appearances on the pale blue pages tied with pink ...[MORE]

Aditaís Cuban Bakery

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 7/10/2008

Don’t expect to hear the latest pop tune being pumped over the speakers at Adita’s Cuban Bakery on University Boulevard. The music that fills the tiny space is pure, classic salsa, and...[MORE]

Stanpol Polish Deli

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr |

Forget “Macho Man” Randy Savage. The real Slim Jim is a kabanos, a cured and smoked pork sausage from Poland, and the best place in Orlando to get them is Stanpol Polish Deli in East O...[MORE]

Little Fish Huge Pond

Club review: by Holly Kapherr | 4/24/2008

“I’m not an alcoholic, just a big personality,” says the woman behind the bar as she pours us a basket of Funyuns and Bugles. Though she looks and sounds like an off-kilter versi...[MORE]

Urban Cafe

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 3/27/2008

You no longer have to spend the exorbitant cash to “eat around the world” at Epcot. Urban Café in Lake Mary is a poster child for international cuisine, boasting “Grecian...[MORE]

Tavern on the Lake

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 3/13/2008

If you think that any restaurant bearing the name of a sports legend has to be adorned with flat-screen TVs that only show ESPN and serve only heaping plates of chili cheese fries: think again. Da...[MORE]

LimeŮa Chicken

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 2/28/2008

Though Peruvian food hasn’t quite made it to the haute cuisine circuit, restaurants offering the South American fare have cropped up all over Orlando; Limeña Chicken in the Winter Par...[MORE]

Sanford Wine Company

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 12/6/2007

A chance to sit under the stars on a warm December night is worth the tolls and endless construction. The Sanford Wine Company, located in the severely underrated historic district, boasts an int...[MORE]

Authentic Cuban Cafe

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr | 11/1/2007

It doesn’t have to be midnight for Park Avenue patrons to enjoy a medianoche sandwich ($4.50) at Authentic Cuban Café on Morse Boulevard in Winter Park. Mothers with strollers stand al...[MORE]

Chubbyís Family Restaurant

Restaurant review: by Holly Kapherr |

The smell of bacon wafts out the front door and hits your nose if you’re within a 100-foot radius of Chubby’s Family Restaurant in east Orlando. It’s the kind of place you don&rs...[MORE]

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