Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer

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Growing up Jewish on Long Island, New York meant a few things to me: Youth group every Wednesday evening, saying the Chanukah prayer before receiving a present each day for eight days in a row during the holidays, and eating Chinese food. Lots of Chinese food. We’d call in for ...

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It’s Stone Crab Season…

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By Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer…. Before I moved to Florida I really never understood the allure of Stone Crabs. I mean, I grew up in New York, summering on the beaches of Long Island, indulging in all things delicious, drinking champagne and eating Maine lobster. It’s not like I was deprived ...

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Bourbon Steak

Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer

By Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer…. So my very picky brother came to the states (he lives in Costa Rica) a few weeks ago and wanted to go out to dinner. I didn’t really feel like hiking it all the way down South – not even to mid-town or the Design District, ...

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Juicing for Health

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By Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer…. For those of you who do not know what I look like, I am scarcely 5 feet tall, weigh less than 90 pounds (wet) and love to eat. I am one of the fortunate that at almost 40something years old, I can still eat just about ...

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Reap What you Sow

Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer

By Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer…. From the time I as a little girl, I was always fascinated with things that grow that you can eat. Think about it – you plant a seed, you water it, it grows, flowers, and then you pick it and eat it. Sounds so elementary, but ...

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Food Trucks Foster Community

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By Shari Lynn Rothstein-Kramer…. After living in NYC for many years, I was used to being able to walk out my door and down the block to find all kinds of incredible cuisine. And with walking came community. You could find people everywhere. There was a constant flow of energy ...

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