South Florida’s popular “Jungle”attraction has recently programmed a troop of 12 very talented African performers from Cirque Zuma Zuma. Included in the price of admission, be prepared to enjoy well-rehearsed acrobatic entertainment as seen on the hit TV series, America’s Got Talent. Zuma performers will dazzle visitors with human pyramids, Zulu dancers, pole climbers, percussionists and high-powered music. Each day, Jungle Island features impressive shows every 15 minutes starting at 2 p.m., and with a grand finale beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Parrot Bowl.
When I was a kid, my father, mother and grandmother constantly scolded me because I played with my food at the dinner table. Today, I write articles about great chefs who played with their food.
I just created a delicious healthy dish, (except for the optional chips), that you might enjoy making.
While on a recent trip to Santo Domingo we had an opportunity to visit the headquarters of Brugal Rum. First produced in 1888, Brugal Rum is making its way into American homes because of its unique nature. This product starts with a clean and dry distillate, which is then aged to maturity. The rum is then transferred and allowed to mellow for an additional 18 to24 months in specially selected Spanish Sherry Oak casks. Five generations and artisanal crafting commences with a double distillation followed by a careful selection of the best rums that undergo a double aging process.
Les Dames d’Escoffier Awards Legacy and Scholarship luncheon honoring Melissa Michel and Olivia Agrenot took place recently at the very popular Smith and Wollensky Steakhouse Restaurant in Miami Beach.