So, Sade is going to be at the BankAtlantic Center in Miami on July 15, 2011 and I just couldn’t wait to post this.  Presale ticket prices range from $66.25 to $168.75



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From Holiday classics, comfort foods to global street fares.  This month’s cooking courses will sure give you something new to whip up in the kitchen.   

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The City of Lake Park will be holding its first Seafood Festival.  The event, which will feature arts & crafts, live music & entertainment for children will take place from Noon-5PM on Saturday, November 13 in the 800 block of Park Avenue in Lake Park.  Admission is FREE.

Vendor spots are still available for the event at a cost of $25.  For information, go to lakeparkflorida.gov or call (561) 840-3122.

COOK: Delicious Chicken Recipe from Hunan Province

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A while back, I went to the library where I picked up the “Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook” by Fuschia Dunlap. After pretty much devouring the book, I decided to try out the Changde Clay-Bowl Chicken (chang de bo zi ji), the recipe for which you’ll find below.  The end result is beyond delicious. Continue reading



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 The Village Players are looking for three male actors, one 20-30, two over 40, to perform in Cocktails with Mimi. Rehearsals are now. The performances are Nov. 19 to Dec. 5. Contact Alan Collins, director, at (561) 586-0486 or alancollins768@aol.com.
Mimi Ralston, a wealthy and much-married divorcee, is giving a party in honor of the reputedly formidable parents of her daughter’s fiancé. Typically she engages a stunt “waiter” to insult her guests and, specifically, to spill soup on the stuffed-shirt Calthorpes. But her daughter, Edie, fearing that her mother would never be able to stomach her future in-laws, has hired two actors to impersonate them–which works fine until the real Calthorpes arrive on the scene with their son. Thereafter the mistaken identities (and the fun) proliferate, until all is in a state of hilarious confusion. Fortunately things are eventually set straight, as is Edie–who learns some lessons in love and life which spare her from what could have been a most unhappy fate. Continue reading

Knock, Knock!

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So, I’ll admit that I’m a bit embarrass to be showing my keystrokes at the end of the month, so please forgive me.  What happened, you may be wondering?  Lost of zing, prior obligations, watching martial arts films, mind chasing butterflies… who knows.  The point is here I am, babies.  I come crawling back to you, tail tucked between legs.

So, where should we begin?  True to the blog title, we’ll Cook, Mix and Mingle.

From the bottom of my beating heart,


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Learn to wield your kitchen knife like a skilled samurai does a sword.  Below you’ll find courses being offered throughout the Palm Beach County area.

If you have a listing you’d like to have featured, please contact us at cookandmix@hotmail.com.  Enjoy!

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