Journey back hundreds of years to a transformed Quiet Waters Park, filled with jousting, glassblowing demonstrations, archery and more. Feast like a king, or queen, and enjoy live entertainment at the Renaissance Festival every weekend from Feb. 7 to March 15 ($20/adult, $9/ages 6 to 11, ren-fest.com).
Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
1 pound chicken
1 large head broccoli
5 cloves garlic
2 inches ginger
1 heaping tablespoon turmeric
1 teaspoon cumin
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
2 tablespoons butter
1. Slice the onions and the chicken into strips. Cut the broccoli into bite-size chunks.
2. Mince the garlic and ginger together into a chunky paste.
It isn’t the first time. Back in the last century we had a managing editor who, upon leaving us, revealed that one reason she took this job was to meet a rich man. She did, and faster than you could say “I met a rich man,” she was out of here. Hers was one of the more memorable examples of romance complicating our editorial lives. We lost an excellent production person last year after romance led to marriage, which in turn led to stay-at-home motherhood.
Q: What is your connection to Boca?
A: My connection with Boca is one with New York. I’ve been coming here for seven years now. It always shocked me to see that the clients from here are my clients from New York. They’re visiting parents, or they’re retired from there. Most are New Yorkers. I do NYC neighborhoods [for my other fragrances]. I figured, why not do New York in Boca?
Q: Tell us about the fragrance titled Bond Loves Boca?
The Royal Blues Hotel & Chanson Restaurant in Deerfield Beach has quickly become a celebrity hideaway. Since its soft opening in December, the boutique luxury art hotel has entertained the likes of TV and movie stars Woody Allen, Susan Lucci and Andy Garcia.
Many of these popular faces are friends with hotel owner Edward Walson, who has produced some of Allen’s movies including “Blue Jasmine” and “Magic in the Moonlight.” Walson expects to see more notable names at his 12-room, oceanfront property located at 45 N.E. 21st Ave.
Tucked in a prime corner spot at Delray Marketplace, Apeiro Kitchen & Bar serves up plates inspired by Moroccan, Italian, Greek and Portuguese cuisine.
Esteemed Chicago Chef David Blonsky opened the Mediterranean dining room, bar and outside patio this January. Inside, diners float on white cushions in transparent, plastic chairs or lounge in booths that incorporate green accent colors.