Monthly Archives: November 2019

Grove Stand Recipe: Fiola Miami’s Tiramisu

TIRAMISU Serves 6 For the coffee cremeux 1/3 cup whole milk 1/3 cup heavy cream 1 ounce ground coffee 1 ¼ ounces Egg yolks 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon granulated sugar 2 ¼ ounces milk couverture chocolate, 38% cacao, such as Cacao Barry ½ sheet silver gelatin, 170 bloom 3 ½ tablespoons unsalted European-style butter, […]

Cycle City: Exploring Tallahassee’s Trail Network

Suddenly, probably when you weren’t looking, Florida’s capital became a cycling and hiking mecca.

Crack into Florida Stone Crab at Home this Season

How to catch and enjoy fresh Stone Crab at home.

Florida Wild: The Last Harvest of Apalachicola Oysters

How Apalachicola, Florida’s once thriving oyster town, lost its most prized industry due to oil spills, developmental pressure and climate change

Flamingo Trail Guide to Biking Tallahassee

RED BUG, LAKE OVERSTREET, MICCOSUKEE GREENWAY TRAILS GORDOS: Cuban cuisine with a lively atmosphereMOMO’S PIZZA: Signature pies with a slogan of “slices as big as your head”GROVE MARKET CAFÉ: Breakfast and lunch with vegetarian and gluten-free optionsDEEP BREWING CO.: Craft beer and local food trucksSAGE: Upscale dining from a winner of Florida Trend’s Golden Spoon […]

The Best Bike Trails Throughout Florida

NAVARRE BEACH AND MILTON In Navarre, rent a ride at Sage Paddle Co. and jump on trails heading through Blackwater River State Forest and the National Seashore. Right behind the Truly Spokin Bike Shop in Milton you’ll find the 9-mile paved Blackwater Heritage State Trail and the dirt Clear Creek OHV Riding area. getrelaxing.com GREEN […]

Things To Do in Florida: The Tide, Winter 2019-2020

NORTH FLORIDA 30A WINE FESTIVAL Alys BeachFeb. 19–23 Satisfy your gourmet cravings with fine wine and fare at this annual jubilee, set in the heart of an idyllic coastal enclave. Chef Drew Dzejak of Caliza Restaurant kicks off the five-day fete with a four-course meal with wine pairings. Next fortify your inner Southerner at Friday’s […]

Editor’s Note: First Place Never Felt so Great

Equality—it’s a word that elicits eye rolls or fist pumps, depending on which side of the equation you’re on. For those facing the inequities, the word represents an aspiration, which can become a force like those we have seen on a national level with major social movements over the past couple of years. For those […]

A One-On-One with Mr. Super Bowl, Rodney Barreto

Rodney Barreto started off patrolling the streets of Coconut Grove 30 years ago. Today he’s one of the Sunshine State’s most influential forces.