Gerardo Urriola
In Culture Crusaders   If the last decade could have had a theme, we would have made Miami’s “food hall” since over a dozen have opened around our hometown in just a few short years. Located in the Virgin MiamiCentral train hub is Central Fare, one of the hidden secrets of the food hall scene...
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By Jesse Scott for Miami New Times   There are a variety of words one can use to describe Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach. “Overwhelming,” absurd,” and “decadent” are just a few that come to mind. But even as the 2019 edition of the international art gathering and cultural cornucopia begins drawing to a...
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By Chelsea Olson for Miami New Times   Traveling to Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach once seemed so far away you’d know who your real friends were if you needed a ride. Now, thanks to the sleek and speedy Brightline, which debuted just over a year ago, connecting Miami to these major South Florida...
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By Tamica Jean-Charles for Miami New Times   Instead of starting a career in a kitchen after graduating from culinary school in 1998, Derrick “Chef Teach” Turton found himself working alongside Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell of 2 Live Crew in the music industry. The chef continued to work in promotions with his own marketing company...
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In   Derrick Turton, who went from working as Pitbull’s manager to owning his own Miami restaurant called World Famous House of Mac, joins TODAY with two of his most popular recipes. He whips up his famous five-cheese truffle mac, along with a pizza mac and cheese with pepperoni and sausage.   READ FULL...
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By Madeleine Marr for Miami Herald   World Famous House of Mac has entered a new, gooey chapter. After an amazing four year food truck run and a freestanding restaurant in Wynwood, the World Famous House of Mac has opened up shop at Virgin MiamiCentral’s new food hub, Central Fare. Derrick Turton, aka “Chef Teach,”...
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