If you are expecting an objective, unbiased restaurant review, forget it. You’re not going to get one this time. Don’t even think of this as a restaurant review. It’s not.
“Authenticity” is a word that gets thrown around a lot when referring to international cuisines, often as a measure of whether or not a restaurant or a food item properly or accurately represents the culture of its origin.
Let’s play some word association, OK? Ready? Brazilian.
By: Jason Perlow Palm trees, balmy weather. Spiced and marinated meats cooked on charcoal grills. Fried savory snacks. Freshly baked bread. Refreshing salads. Spiced cookies and sweets. South Florida? The Caribbean? No. The Middle East. The foods of the ancient Levant, a region that includes modern-day Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria, are considered some of the healthiest in terms of impact […]
When many people think of cowboys and the manly, testosterone-fueled food they like to eat, one dish often comes to mind: Steak.