SWFL Food & Dining
SWFL Online News invites you to gather around our digital dining table as we explore and share our favorite recipes, cocktails, and most of all our favorite places to eat! You'll be introduced to great tasting, healthy food ideas, as well as restaurants and restaurateurs in the Southwest Florida area. We'll drop by our favorite watering holes, and get great mixologist inspired cocktail recipes that are easy to make at home too! Put on your loose pants because ..... it's time To EAT!
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Ding-dong the witch is dead! These Wicked Witch Cupcakes are adorable and fabulous for Halloween parties! Just take some cute straws and black paper and turn any cupcake into the best dessert at the party! If you really want to get fancy you can draw on some laces or buckles, but I kept mine pretty basic. I love these because there’s no need to fuss with creating a face or the hat, just witch legs! Never thought you’d want to eat a witch legs cupcake did you?Read More
When you’re looking for a spicy margarita that’s a little different than normal, the habanero blood orange margarita recipe is one you’ll want to try. It offers a fascinating taste experience through a special homemade ingredient and it’s easy to mix up.Read More
We’ve taken everything there is to love about chicken potpies and made them into portable hand pies. Our version hits all the flaky, creamy notes of the classic but with an extra dose of veggies and hearty addition of whole grains. Sturdy enough to eat on-the-go, these homey hand pies pass the test for convenient comfort food at its finest.Read More
Grilling the potatoes in an easy-to-fold aluminum foil packet adds a subtle note of smoky flavor–plus it makes cleanup a breeze.Read More
Corn on the cob is more of a Summer side dish, but if you love it, corn can be a great pairing any...Read More
What’s not to love about the classic Louisiana po boy sandwich? Most are dead simple, and rely heavily on high-quality ingredients: Super-fresh, local seafood, Creole tomatoes, homemade remoulade sauce, and surpassing bread.Read More