At Grace and Shelly's Cupcakes, the Butterfinger isn't a candy bar—it's a cupcake. A vanilla one, to be precise, filled with peanut butter, frosted in cream-cheese frosting, and topped with chunks of its namesake candy. Creative cupcakes like these have earned the bakery myriad press mentions. The culinary team whips up new cupcakes daily, too, crafting fresh-baked treats in flavors ranging from banana to red velvet.
Open Door Community Acupuncture is affordable health care. Our sliding scale is $15-40, pay what you want, because we know our community is strong when the people in it are. We don't ask for proof of income--that's not important. What's important is that you get the care you need, at rates that won't break the bank.
You Say When Yogurt Shoppe was designed to give customers that necessary balance between healthy and delicious when they wanted to indulge in something sweet. Rotating flavors for frozen yogurt include creamsicle, boysenberry, and gingerbread yogurt, while smoothies are packed with nutritious flavors like or strawberry, mango, and mojito. Both options provide a refreshing taste and nutritious vitamins and minerals. The frozen yogurt also comes packed with live and active cultures that aid in digestion and give self-guided tours of your stomach.
Bringing powder power to seafood, steaks, and potatoes, Everglades Seasoning sprinkles unique blends of spices that dive beyond salt-and-pepper staples to flavor entrees and hairpieces alike. The original all-purpose seasoning mingles a natural papaya-fruit tenderizer with a host of flavors to gently lace steak, chicken, pork, and salads ($3 for 8 oz.). Moppin' BBQ Sauce holds a séance to learn the sweet and tangy truths held in the spicy spirits of vinegar and mustard ($3.72). Give unseasoned rookie cooks a hand with the Everglades gift shack, a bundle of spices and sauces to flame fish, sauté chickens, dust burgers, and increase buns’s attractiveness to potential partners ($18.95).
Though most vintners have made their wines from grapes, the Shook family turned their focus to other fruits. Starting in 1991, they began fermenting batches of juice from mangoes, red raspberries, limes, and oranges. In 1997, they opened their 14,000 square foot winery shaded by three large oak trees ?where licensed winemakers and distributors ferment and bottle 42 varieties of exotic wines stamped with the Sunshine Tree, the Florida Department of Citrus's mark of quality. Their eclectic selection encompasses citrus, tropical-fruit, berry, stone-fruit, and vegetable wines, each made entirely from the juice indicated on the label. The winery also makes and distributes wine-smoothie mixes and wine pouches, sherries, ports, and champagnes.
One of the most unique things about Working Cow Homemade Ice cream is that the company delivers its many quality ice-cream-shop flavors straight to customer homes. Each tub brims with hand-blended ice cream chilled in batch freezers, giving it a smoother texture than is even possible from beating it with a mallet. Since 1993, Working Cow ice cream has been crafted from ingredients procured from local vendors, including dairy from cows that are raised without hormonal supplements. Each of the 25 flavors is also sweetened without high-fructose corn syrup and some have chunks of their flavor?such as cheesecake or coconut flakes?folded right in. Another popular flavor, Crazy Cake, is a dessert trifecta with chunks of yellow cake, blue icing, and sprinkles that tastes even better when you use a birthday candle as a spoon.