Pluralism, Paradise and Palm Trees

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PREFACE: I started writing about palm trees in relation to world religions. Which then spiraled into many other potential fun facts. To help streamline reading and the brevity of this post, I have used anecdotes to keep this post on its course. If you see an asterisk* scroll to bottom … Continued

"On your left!" for Florida Bike Month

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March is Florida Bike Month and Palm Beach has organized great events to celebrate it. Nationally, Bike Month is typically in May, but the wise cyclists of Florida banded together to make it March since the weather is delightful compared to the swampy afternoons of late May. I’ve gotten in the saddle … Continued

Spelunking the Shoreline

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It’s been a hot minute since my last post, and the hiatus was largely due to a new chapter in my career which requires a lot of effort, enthusiasm, and studying. As the dust is settling around my new position, I decided I need to dust off my little blog … Continued

Punjab Pizza and AM Curry

posted in: Brekky, Florida, Mains, Snacks | 0

Lake Worth has a strong Mexican influence. It’s evident with the taco trucks on every other corner, the gentlemen selling fresh sunflowers at major intersections, and the absence of Publix replaced by storefronts like “El Bodegon” and “El Presidente Supermercado.” Mexican food initially brought me to Lake Worth, what keeps … Continued

Brazil in the Heart of Broward

posted in: Drinks, Florida, Mains, Snacks | 0

The word Brazilian is a sexy word, usually preceding other sexy words like “bikini,” “model” and “wax.” I believe I’m safe to assume that you don’t think food when you hear the word Brazilian, as you would with other nationalities, like Mexican and Italian. Brazilian food in the US is usually … Continued

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