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Let’s Go, South Florida: Soul food at the Rabbit Hole means hot dogs and chicken wings — no meat, no dairy, no problem

Sun Sentinel logoSun Sentinel 2/25/2021 Arlene Borenstein-Zuluaga, South Florida Sun Sentinel
a person sitting at a table with a plate of food: Chef Samuel Woods of the Rabbit Hole vegan restaurant in Pompano Beach. © Carline Jean / South Florida Sun Sentinel/South Florida Sun Sentinel/TNS Chef Samuel Woods of the Rabbit Hole vegan restaurant in Pompano Beach.

Our new weekly video series, Let’s Go, South Florida, takes you down the Rabbit Hole in Pompano Beach where chef Samuel Woods re-creates classics like cheeseburgers, meatballs, macaroni and cheese, chicken wings and even spare ribs using no meat or dairy products.

The longtime chef and entrepreneur talks to host Arlene Borenstein about his passion for vegan food. But he’s not the only Black chef in South Florida creating vegan soul— food.

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Also, it’s Girl Scout cookie time, and we investigated where you can find some cookie inspiration. Up for a beer and Girl Scout cookie pairing? Or a Samoas sundae? Thin mint gelato? Arlene has you covered.

Did you catch last week’s episode of Let’s Go, South Florida? Arlene talks to the co-owner of Marky’s Caviar Lounge at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood where some of the world’s most exclusive caviar can be found.


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