(6-8-2017) Food & Dining with Danny Bouza ,chef/owner of Poke Bao. He serves poke and Bao Buns in his fast-casual restaurant located in Coral Gables. Poke is a Hawaiian raw fish dish that is quickly becoming a popular favorite here in South Florida. He brings some for us to taste.
(6-8-2017) Today’s Topical Currents features the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach’s inventive IncreMental-U adult summer program. Some 60 courses are offered . . . such as How to Sing, Invasive Species, and even White House Scandals.
(6-5-2017) Today’s Topical Currents is with renowned architect Bernard Zyscovich, whose large firm is involved in numerous projects worldwide, as well as projects in South Florida. Zyskovich Architects designed the Midtown Miami urban market and housing area, as well as the redevelopment of the Miami Beach Convention Center. Its current proposal is the “Plan Z” development along the Rickenbacker Causeway in Miami-Dade. The Causeway would become more recreation and bicycle friendly.
(6-1-2017) Restaurant Roundabout with Laine Doss, Food Editor for Miami New Times, and Jen Karetnick, Miami Magazine Restaurant Critic. We talk about the many new restaurant openings and closings and ask listeners for their favorite local restaurant.
Dinner in Minutes
Poached Salmon with Hot Arugula Pasta- salmon steaks an alternative to salmon fillet
(5-31-2017) Today's Topical Currents features an examination of the connection between the potential for great talent and conditions commonly thought to be “disabilities”, with Gail Saltz, MD, author of The Power of Different: The Link Between Disorder and Genius.
(5-30-2017) Think about a troubled adolescent or teenage girl faced with a juvenile justice system designed for wayward boys. It’s not an advantageous position.
Today’s Topical Currents features the PACE Center for Girls, which operates in 19 Florida counties. It’s recognized for its proficiency in keeping these young women out of the justice system, amidst a fostering and productive atmosphere.
(5-25-2017) Chef Niven Patel, Chef/Owner of the new restaurant, Ghee Indian Kitchen. The restaurant is located in rapidly developing Downtown Dadeland, the area across Kendall Dr. from the Dadeland shopping mall. He serves Indian home-style dishes that are unusual and not seen in the US. He uses Indian vegetables grown in his own Homestead garden. He also has a water story. His only water source for the restaurant is recovered from the humidity in the restaurant. It makes 150 gallons of water a day.
Restaurant news: Matt Meltzer gives his restaurant news
(5-25-2017) Today’s Topical Currents begins with Sun-Sentinel consumer columnist Doreen Christensen, and her mission to quell invasive “robo” calls. She has many tips, which include “googling” your own phone number, and getting smartphone apps to thwart ad calls.