Don’t let the name fool you. Florida Sport Fishing – Journal For The Avid Angler isn’t just for natives of the Sunshine State. With distribution in 25 states and Canada, the bimonthly magazine equips fishermen and boaters all over the continent with angling tips, fishing stories, reviews of the latest gear, and articles that cover everything from hooking fish to cooking them.
Just because the comprehensive publication may be accessible enough for the amateur doesn’t mean the writers are mere hobbyists. On the contrary—the staff is comprised of authoritative enthusiasts, all overseen by editor-and-chief Mike Genoun, a 100-ton master captain who has been fishing the east coast for more than 30 years.
Within the glossy exterior of each issue of Santa Barbara Magazine, striking photography accompanies intriguing accounts of the region's eclectic residents, arts, homes, and restaurants. Colorful covers lure readers to feature stories that fill the bulk of the magazine and profile noteworthy community members and goings-on, and the Around Town section highlights a broad spectrum of happenings—such as lavish weddings and concerts—in Santa Barbara and beyond. Meticulous wordsmiths spotlight prominent movers and shakers and imbue the Style pages with articles about local fashion designers and trends.
Deeper inside the publication, the Home and Garden section gives readers a glimpse of the intricate architecture and real-gargoyle sentries that define the area's most opulent dwellings, and the Food and Wine pages tip them off to Santa Barbara's top eateries, wineries, and culinary events. A handy City Guide further enlightens subscribers on some of the region's top hotels, restaurants, and seasonal events.
Chef Central equips seasoned ingredient slingers and aspiring culinarians alike with kitchen essentials including cutlery, cooking tools, and quirky gadgets, earning the crown of Best of Westchester in 2010 by Westchester magazine. Breakfast champions can transform eggs into palatable packages by snagging a pair of silicone poach pods ($9.99) that float the yolky goodness in boiling water like a canoeist in a volcano until it’s perfectly cooked. The metal teeth of a corn-zipper ($15.99) scrape kernels clean from their cob residence, and a nonskid mincer ($17.99) safely slices onions into ribbons and saves tears from spilling. Behind acrylic safety shields, the glistening guillotine of a bagel biter ($19.99) spits out equal halves of doughy rations, and the olive stuffer ($19.99) plunges into pitted olives to produce flavor-detonating hors d'oeuvres for a retirement party of a revered spoon. Additionally, mincing mess sergeants sharpen a pair of knives until their edges are as honed as razors, which may take up to five days to complete.
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An enoteca-style wine shop filled with soft wood tones, Aries Wines & Spirits was founded in 1984 by wine connoisseurs Tony and Andrea Russo. To this day, Tony and Andrea travel the world in search of premium products, tasting wine after wine and returning home with cases from regions such as Argentina, Austria, France, and Greece. The bottles that meet Tony and Andrea’s standards—and the ones that sneak under their noses by wearing fake mustaches—stretch across the shelves of their temperature-controlled wine room. A multitude of other spirits fills out the rest of Tony and Andrea’s inventory, ranging from vodka and rum to champagne and cordials.