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Like other restaurateurs, Matt Hinckley of Hinckley Fancy Meats has switched to takeout and delivery only. And he’s offering free PB & J to anyone during the pandemic, no questions asked. Photo credit: Matt Hinckley
Intersection

Pandemic Pushes Restaurants To The Brink


Restaurants are struggling to stay afloat with their dining rooms shuttered and takeout service only. We talk to Orlando Sentinel multimedia journalist Amy Drew Thompson, Orlando Weekly restaurant critic Faiyaz Kara, and chef and owner of Hinckley Fancy Meats, Matt Hinckley about the food economy in the era of coronavirus.
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Hari Pulapaka plates up a Somali beef stew. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

Holiday Food With Hari Pulapaka


Chef Hari Pulapaka joins Intersection to talk about holiday food traditions, the challenge of finding new flavors in the saturated media landscape of food, trying different cuisines and cooking sustainably. 
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Spotlight

Spotlight: A Look Back At The Restaurants That Opened, Closed And Made News


Before we jump into a new year of eating, here’s a re-accounting of the restaurant reviews and news from 2017. Notable Openings included: Muddy Waters, which brought the food and ambience of New Orleans to Thornton Park. Hunger Street Tacos — continued the gourmet taco trend. Reyes Mezcalaria — took over the Citrus restaurant space. Mai Bistro — brought the fast-casual concept to Vietnamese cuisine. Nonno’s Italian Restaurant — The LaCommare family is back with their comfort cuisine from the Old Country. Luke’s Kitchen and Bar — A third restaurant from the folks who brought you Luma on Park and Prato. Ace Cafe Orlando — The first North American franchise of a motorcycle and music themed restaurant in North London. …
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