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A Humbl start to Orlando


Matthew Kenney, celebrity plant-based chef, and Paul Mascia have partnered up to bring a new restaurant, Humbl, to Windermere Village. They sat down with Matthew Peddie to talk more about the concept, the plant-based dining, and Kenney’s return to the central Florida area.
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Spotlight: Tiffins


When I think about the top tier restaurants at Walt Disney World Resorts I usually think of Flying Fish, Citricos and California Grill, though the latter has declined somewhat in terms of experience. What those restaurants have in common is that they are accessible without the requirement to purchase a ticket to one of the theme parks. Which is not to say there aren’t good restaurants inside the parks. Certainly Hollywood Brown Derby at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Monsieur Paul at Epcot’s France pavilion offer a higher standard than a basic meal. In that category of restaurants I now include Tiffins, a surprisingly adventurous and slightly upscale restaurant appropriately located inside Animal Kingdom. What does it say that two of …
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Intersection: Summer Fun Food Tour & Holistic Cooking & Eating


Resolutions to eat healthier usually get made at the start of the new year, but Chefs Gary Appelsies and Dawn Viola say there’s no better time than summer to start eating and cooking right. Appelsies is on a tour at the YMCAs in Central Florida to promote healthy cooking and Viola is about to open a teaching kitchen in Clermont.
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