Holidays are Here Again, So Give the Gift of Books to Them!

We're gearing up for the holiday season, and we don't want you to miss one moment of it! We have books for every reader, and with our cooking, dance, photography, art, and history books (just to name a few), it's hard to know where to begin. So we recently put together this great Holiday Gift Guide to … Continue reading Holidays are Here Again, So Give the Gift of Books to Them!

Congratulations to our Good Catch authors

Our Good Catch authors, Pam Brandon, Katie Farmand, and Heather McPherson, have been busy traveling across Florida talking about the great food native to the Sunshine State and celebrating the local farmers, fisherman, and workers who make Florida's bounty possible. Recognizing their efforts, the Agriculture Institute of Florida has presented them with an award of appreciation for "raising awareness of … Continue reading Congratulations to our Good Catch authors

What to Eat and Drink for a Fully Florida Thanksgiving

Florida may not exactly have the type of fall weather that inspires you to curl up in a thick sweater by a roaring fireplace, but when it comes to food, the Sunshine State is home to exotic cuisine that can make your Thanksgiving dinner uniquely delicious. Need some ideas? The authors of three brand-new Florida … Continue reading What to Eat and Drink for a Fully Florida Thanksgiving

Q&A with Jen Karetnick, author of Mango

“Jen’s nickname, Mango Mama, could not be more appropriate! She uses mangos in the most unexpected ways, both in savory and sweet recipes. With this book in hand, you will never look at a mango the same way again.”—Ingrid Hoffman, host of the Food Network’s Simply Delicioso Want to meet the author of Mango? Jen … Continue reading Q&A with Jen Karetnick, author of Mango

Mango

We are proud to present a brand-new book by MIAMI Magazine dining critic Jen Karetnick! Mango is a culinary tour of all things mango, featuring recipes from Allen Susser, Michelle Bernstein, Andrea Curto-Randazzo, Douglas Rodriguez, and other celebrated Miami chefs. The book was inspired by a historic Miami Shores property known as Mango House. Built in the … Continue reading Mango