Archive for September, 2007

Chef’s Corner with Cory Smith

September 20, 2007

 

You read the reviews, listen to the praises from friends and colleagues, or happen to catch one of your favorite celebrities exiting that very spot you’ve been meaning to check out.

You know what the folks on the outside are saying, but have you ever gotten the story from someone on the inside?

journeyPod goes behind-the-scenes in Chef’s Corner with some of the country’s most esteemed, critically-acclaimed, award-winning (and naturally, our favorite) culinary masterminds to get the real scoop!

Chef Cory Smith is the man with the magic who combines his extensive knowledge of international flavors and best products available in South Florida to create the perfect dish night after night at Santo.

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Discover the Golden City: Salzburg

September 13, 2007

 

When you think of Salzburg, The Sound of Music probably comes to mind… but journeyPod is here to tell you that you can visit this baroque city and have an amazing culturally and historically inspiring trip without the movie tour! Want to hear an interesting tidbit? The film actually failed in Austria – closing after only a single week’s showing in Salzburg and Vienna. Now really… skip the tour and do Salzburg the local way!

Chef’s Corner with Douglas Rodriguez

September 7, 2007

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With gustatory creativity, the globally-acclaimed “Godfather of Nuevo Latino Cuisine” Chef Douglas Rodriguez has single-handedly changed the perception of Latin Food in America.  Its no wonder then that Newsweek selected Rodriguez as “one of the 100 Americans that will influence the coming millennium”!  

Making a name for himself across the country, Rodriguez now has restaurants in cities that include Philadelphia (Alma de Cuba), Arizona (Deseo), Chicago (DeLaCosta) and Miami’s Ola at the Sanctuary – where journeyPod recently had the opportunity to visit with him.   

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