Tasteworthy Sunday Brunch at PizzaCraft

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Just when we thought Brunch couldn’t get more exciting, PizzaCraft launches a Sunday Brunch. Warning, we think the dishes will have you counting the seconds to Sunday.  Co-founder of JEY Hospitality Group teased our taste buds with his description of the menu.

“It is beyond exciting to have officially launched our Sunday Brunch at PizzaCraft, adding to our diverse line-up of brunch offerings on Himmarshee Street,” said Marc Falsetto, Co-Founder of JEY Hospitality Group. “We’ve created a very unique menu that we hope will give our guests the opportunity to enjoy something out of the box, yet perfect for family and friends to share together.”

PizzaCraft’s Sunday Brunch menu features snacks such as a Spaghetti Omelette made with Miami Smoker’s bacon, parmesan cheese and fresh basil; Nutella Bruschetta featuring crostini topped with creamy Nutella, caramelized bananas and shaved hazelnuts; and Avocado Toast made with toasted Italian bread, heirloom tomato, fork crushed avocado, chili flake, extra virgin olive oil and local basil.

Entrees include the Market Frittata made with chef’s choice of seasonal ingredients; Meyer Lemon & Ricotta Pancakes stacked with blueberry compote, Vermont maple syrup, lemon custard and lemon zest; Breakfast Polenta featuring creamy polenta, fried farm eggs, Sunday gravy short ribs and a splash of San Marzano tomato sauce. Other highlights bringing an Italian twist to American breakfast classics are the French Toast made from thick cut challah, bourbon-infused peaches, and homemade whipped cream and the PC Breakfast featuring two farm eggs, focaccia, rosemary potatoes, double smoked bacon and fresh fruit.

The menu also features four artisan pizza pies including the Carbonara made with cream, fontina, guanciale, a roasted farm egg, pecorino, Italian parsley, topped with black pepper and extra virgin olive oil. A new addition is the Breakfast Piefeaturing scallion cream, smoked bacon, fingerling potatoes, cave aged gruyere, fontina, caramelized onions and a roasted farm egg.

Brunch cocktails include $15 bottomless Mimosas and Bellinis, an $8 build-your-own Bloody Mary bar and $5 Aperol Spritz prepared from Apothecary 330’s fine selection of wine and spirits.

Five Reasons You Should Attend The 2016 Shuzz Fashion Show 

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The annual Shuzz Fashion show is quickly approaching and being that we have been fans ever since the first time we have covered the fashion-filled night, we have compiled a few reasons as to why you don’t want to miss this year’s show, which will be taking place at The Seminole Casino on March 12th at 7 p.m. with featured designers Veronica Beard.

1. Over-the-top fashion

From live performances to runways with jets as backdrops, everything about a Shuzz fashion show is over the top especially the style. Our first time attending the show we were wowed by Zac Posen’s latest collection of gowns as they glided down the runway. The organization has had our loyalty ever since.

2. A night filled with bubbly

General admission tickets include a cocktail reception that you don’t want to miss.

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3. You get to give back in style

Proceeds from the show go directly back into providing children with shoes all over the world. So you can take comfort in the fact that as you enjoy a night of style and cocktails, you are giving to a worthy cause.

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4. The record speaks for it self

In our opinion, there has never been a dull year. Each year appears to be better than the previous year. From an intimate affair at Jet Cafe to Mizner park to the latest confirmed location The Seminole Casino in Coconut Creek, everything from the venue to the amazing sponsors come together seamlessly to create a night you don’t want to forget.

5. Shuzz is an amazing organization taking on a worthy cause.

“SHUZZ (pronounced shoes) is a South Florida based non-profit organization that functions off of support from volunteers only, existing to provide new shoes to children in poverty-stricken areas around the world. We distribute thousands of shoes free of charge to children – regardless of race, religion, class or any other criteria – who are in need of a very basic tool to prevent them from risk. Their needs are simple: a pair of shoes that fit properly. This helps protect from injury and prevent disease, enhancing safety when playing, doing chores and going to school.

When Rita Lombardo founded the SHUZZ Fund, she made a promise that she would use 100 percent of public donations for shoe distribution projects. We find other ways to cover operating expenses to ensure our 100% Model. We depend on private donors, foundations and sponsors to cover staff salaries, basic office systems, office rent and supplies, etc. These donors are some of the most dedicated people we’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. Their investments fuel our long-term mission and our ability to scale as an organization, allowing us to remain true to our mission of using 100 percent of public donations for shoe projects.”

Order tickets here 

YOUR WORDS, NOT MINE: MSNBC Host’s Rhetoric Questionable

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In an odd segment of HARDBALL, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews asked “Who wants to watch a debate with the two cubans (Cruz and Rubio)” when responding to news that Donald Trump was threatening to pull out of the next Fox News Debate, scheduled for Thursday 1/28/16. The segment was noticeable as Mathews, who has been accused of disrespecting prominent women in the past, also seemed to bull-doze a female colleague reporting live from a Donald Trump Rally. The host repeatedly spoke over the reporter, cutting her off at various points. Mathews went on to use what could be deemed an offensive term when referring to Presidential Contender Ted Cruz and his closest senatorial colleague, Mike Lee. Matthews referred to Lee as Ted Cruz’s Sancho Panza (the name of the squire and help meet in Don Quixote). The hosts interviewee retorted to Mathews “those are your words, not mine”. Why, Mathews chose to use repeatedly ethnic references when speaking of Cruz is up to individual interpretation.