Monday, November 19, 2018

Dining

Joggers, cyclists now wait to see where future of Upper Tampa Bay Trail leads

Joggers, cyclists now wait to see where future of Upper Tampa Bay Trail leads

Hillsborough commissioners are not recommending a realignment of the Upper Tampa Bay Trail to make room for a 300-unit apartment block. But whether trail users can claim victory is unsure.
Published: 11/13/18
From the food editor: Make this Caramel Pumpkin Stuffed French Toast for your Thanksgiving breakfast

From the food editor: Make this Caramel Pumpkin Stuffed French Toast for your Thanksgiving breakfast

You can cook most of the parts the night before, then assemble in the morning.
Published: 11/13/18
Five vegan recipe ideas for Thanksgiving

Five vegan recipe ideas for Thanksgiving

Holiday foods for your meat-free friends.
Published: 11/13/18
A wave of women in the kitchen is behind some of Tampa Bay’s most exciting new restaurants

A wave of women in the kitchen is behind some of Tampa Bay’s most exciting new restaurants

There’s a handful of women-owned, women-staffed and women-managed restaurants that have recently launched or are debuting soon. We spoke with some of the players.
Published: 11/14/18
Restaurant review: New St. Petersburg hot spot Dr. BBQ delivers on flair and solid, elevated barbecue

Restaurant review: New St. Petersburg hot spot Dr. BBQ delivers on flair and solid, elevated barbecue

The folks behind Datz teamed up with Dr. BBQ himself, Ray Lampe.
Published: 11/12/18
Owner of The Brunchery in Valrico is bidding farewell to her 30-year labor of love

Owner of The Brunchery in Valrico is bidding farewell to her 30-year labor of love

VALRICO — On Tuesday, her first official day of retirement, Brunchery owner Kevyn Farley takes a seat in the restaurant she’s owned and operated for 30 1/2 years and the community connection she has established immediately becomes evide...
Published: 11/07/18
Updated: 11/12/18
In Florida and nationwide, LGBTQ candidates make history

In Florida and nationwide, LGBTQ candidates make history

Many Florida advocates hoped to find a champion of LGBTQ rights in the state’s next governor.With no state or federal protections, queer and trans Floridians — and Americans — often must rely on sparse local anti-discrimination o...
Published: 11/07/18
Updated: 11/09/18
What’s happening in food: Ribfest, The Chowder Challenge, Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks Seafood Festival

What’s happening in food: Ribfest, The Chowder Challenge, Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks Seafood Festival

This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of St. Petersburg's Ribfest, but Tarpon Springs goes one better with the 31st edition of the Sponge Docks Seafood Festival
Published: 11/07/18
Lessons from a cooking boot camp at the Culinary Institute of America

Lessons from a cooking boot camp at the Culinary Institute of America

Our food editor brushed up on some cooking basics at a weeklong class.
Published: 11/07/18
From the food editor: Working together at culinary boot camp to create this Potato and Eggplant Gratin

From the food editor: Working together at culinary boot camp to create this Potato and Eggplant Gratin

We had to work from a list of ingredients to create a dish from scratch.
Published: 11/06/18