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Restaurant Review - Fins & Things

Our neighbor suggested we try out this at the time, new Caribbean restaurant he had tried on University. Being the foodie I am, I decided to drag the HH to try this "new" restaurant. Fins & Things is a restaurant and lounge that caters to Caribbean (more Jamaican) foodies. Patrons have the option of dining in, hanging at the full stocked bar or taking food out. The first time we dined in. There wasn't a lot of people there at the time so we were a bit skeptical. We ordered the brown stew lobster and escovich fish. The brown stew lobster was amazing. You actually get a whole lobster that they have repacked after stewing. The brown stew itself was also really good. It surely tasted different from other "brown stew" gravies that you get with regular lunches at other restaurants It came accompanied with white rice.
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Restaurant Review - Moca Cafe

Yesterday I was over in North Miami Beach, and had to meet up with a friend of mine. We opted to stop in at the newly renovated Moca Cafe.This is not my first time at Moca. I stopped by there a few weeks ago, but was just able to get a drink that time. This time I was going to be able to sit down. Moca Cafe is a Haitian restaurant nestled in the downtown area of North Miami. Walking into Moca you cannot help but inhale at the decor including the wine cellar. The artwork really adds to the atmosphere. Since this was a lunch after lunch meet, I didn't really plan to look long at the menu. I was actually suggested to have the grilled conch and went with that suggestion.
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Recipe: Best Lasagna Ever!!!

So I had been feening for lasagna for the past few weekends. So I decided this weekend would be the it since we would be busy on Sunday and that was a one pot. I usually make my own lasagna but decided to do a little search online to see what I can do differently. I ran into Pioneer Woman's " Best lasagna ever " and gave it a side eye. Did she taste myy lasagna? Lol I decided that this would be my try for lunch on Sunday with a few additions and adjustments for the amounts.
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