Monthly Archives: July 2021

10 Florida Books We’re Reading This Summer

From beach reads to rainy day thrillers, we have a book for every occasion this summer

A Tale of Two Toms and the Three K’s

When I was a teenager in Pensacola in the 1970s, I pursued the rank of Eagle in the Boy Scouts. One of my merit badge counselors was a tall, pale, white-haired man in his late 70s named Theodore Thomas “T.T.” Wentworth Jr.  He’s the only person I’ve ever met who ran his own museum. On […]

Valerie Chang Spills Her Recipe for Peruvian Corn Fritters

Find out what ingredients you need to make this savory Peruvian twist on corn fritters.

How to Make Chef Steve Phelps’ Thai Green Curry Fish Dip

Gather fresh veggies and whitefish to create this creamy dip.

The Perfect Sugar Snap Pea Soup for Summertime

A refreshing cold soup for the sweltering Florida heat

Gunpowder & Glamping: Face-to-Face with Old Florida at Westgate River Ranch

On a dude ranch in Central Florida, one writer discovers that sometimes the best travel experiences take place outside your comfort zone.

A Double Take on Portraiture at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum

In this Winter Park gallery, faces and figures come together in conversation that upends the traditions of portraiture.