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Things to do on Thanksgiving, [other than eat] in South Florida 2016

If you’re not cooking Thanksgiving Dinner, not hosting a gaggle of people and not into watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade then a few events happening around South Florida might interest you. Let’s sta...
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South Florida Pumpkin Patches from Palm Beach to Key West

Pumpkin Patches in South Florida from Palm Beach to Key West 2016

It’s that time again to be on the lookout for pumpkins, and they’re on the way. Fall weekend mornings were made for pumpkin picking and hayrides so check out the South Florida pumpkin patches (or church parking lot, wh...
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South Florida Green Markets and Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets are sprouting up all over South Florida. Local and organic fruits and vegetables are plentiful as well as many artisan products are available such as baked goods and breads, jelly’s, cheeses, eggs, flowers and...
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All-you-can-eat Stone Crabs in South Florida, October 15, 2016 – May 15, 2017

Stone Crabs, while many restaurants are serving this seasonal delicacy as appetizers and à la carte entrées it’s the all-you-can-eat Stone Crab deals at a handful of South Florida restaurants that have the reservation ph...
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Roasted Cauliflower Steak and Roasted Garlic

Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower Steaks

We’re on a self-imposed 30 day challenge here at South Florida Food and Wine of strictly plant-based foods, no alcohol, and no wheat. The reason is we over-indulged all summer and Labor Day Weekend seemed to be the cherry...
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Roasted Garlic, The New Butter

There is no doubt that butter makes everything better. We’re butter lovers here at South Florida Food and Wine but butter doesn’t always love us back the way we want it to. We’ve searched in earnest for some s...
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3rd Annual Taste of the Sea October 1, 2016

The 3rd Annual Taste of the Sea – 100 Years of Fishing History is scheduled for Saturday, October 1st. At this year’s Taste of the Sea guests will sample seafood dishes created by South Florida chefs and experience a Chef...
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Family Secrets, Peruvian-Chinese Cuisine Experience the Flavors of Peru

Family Secrets, Peruvian-Chinese Cuisine Experience the Flavors of Peru Book Signing and Recipe Tasting Williams-Sonoma Boca Raton

Katie Choy, author of Family Secrets, Peruvian-Chinese Cuisine Experience the Flavors of Peru will be hosting a cooking demo, recipe tasting and book signing at Williams-Sonoma Boca Raton on Saturday, September 3rd from 12-4pm....
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Murrieta's Well The Spur

Murrieta’s Well Estate Blends

Luis Mel, a French emigrant traveled to the western United States in the 1870’s, [he] sought a place to make wines that would rival the great French Crus. Mel found the ideal home in the Livermore Valley. The vineyard was st...
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Free ShackBurgers at Shake Shack on Tuesday, August 16th

Twelve years after opening its first location at Madison Square Park in New York City, Shake Shack® will open its 100th Shack at the Boston Seaport, located at 77 Seaport Boulevard, on Tuesday, August 16th. To celebrate this...
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Champagne Taittinger

Champagne Taittinger

Champagne Taittinger is one of the few remaining family owned and operated Champagne houses. The firm is distinguished for its extensive vineyard holdings of 752 acres, including prestigious Grand Cru vineyards in the Côte des...
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Stemmari Wine

Summer Wines from Stemmari

In homage to Sicilian tradition and with great respect towards the natural environment, the Stemmari winery has been built following the traditional Sicilian rural building with courtyard known as the “baglio”. Ste...
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LG Electronics USA Partners with No Kid Hungry

LG Electronics USA is a national partner of No Kid Hungry; LG is the official home appliance partner of the Taste of the Nation culinary fundraising series being held from coast to coast. On June 17th at Taste of the Nation M...
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LILT Lounge At The Epic Hotel Miami To Host The Spirit of Cocktailing Classes

Throughout the summer months, the waterfront LILT Lounge, located in the EPIC Hotel, downtown Miami will offer The Spirit of Cocktailing, a series of unique monthly cocktail classes, each exploring a natural element. Class att...
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Red Hot Summer Wines

Red Hot Summer Wines

While it’s easier to sip Red wine siblings, Rosé and White during the summer months, Red is not to be cast aside as it definitely has its place, be it with a grilled ribeye, on the beach in New England at sunset, at a su...
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A Bouquet of Rosés for Summer

With summer comes an ease of life, vacations, shorter work weeks, lighter meals, beach time and rosé wine. Rosé has been creeping up the mass appeal ladder for some time now. No longer confused with its nemesis White Zinfand...
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MERCER WINE

Mercer Wine Estates of Eastern Washington State

Mercer Wine Estates of Eastern Washington has an agricultural history that dates back to the turn of the century beginning with sheep herding in the early 1900s. Some forty years later cattle, and dryland wheat production is in...
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South Florida Food and Wine Library: Cookbooks We’re Reading, Recipes We’re Making, Food We’re Eating

Being equal opportunity eaters and drinkers here at South Florida Food and Wine, we obtain our inspiration and desires from so many different sources, least of which is old school, the book. We have amassed a cookbook/entertain...
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La Nuit en Rosé Miami

GIVEAWAY: Enter to win tickets to La Nuit en Rosé Miami

This giveaway is closed. Congratulations to Melissa, winner of the ticket giveaway  La Nuit en Rosé returns to Miami for its second year, bringing exciting new events from March 4-6, 2016 to the waterfront poolside area a...
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Conundrum's 25th Anniversary Celebration

Conundrum Wine Celebrates its 25th Anniversary

“It all began at the dinner table. Charlie Wagner Sr., who co-founded Caymus Vineyards in 1972 with his wife, Lorna, and son, Chuck, would mix wines to find the perfect glass to pair with his meal. No one blended wines ba...
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Champagne, Cava & Prosecco for Valentine's Day

Champagne, Cava and Prosecco for Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day four short days away we’ve put together a list of four crowd pleasing sparkling Rosé wines representing the old world, starting with with affordable Italian Prosecco, and Spanish Cava, and fin...
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Franciacorta - Italian Sparkling Wine

Champagne Alternative: Italy’s Franciacorta Sparkling Wine

Franciacorta is a region in the Province of Brescia in Lombardy, Italy. Franciacorta is also the regions namesake sparkling wine with a DOCG status. Franciacorta wines are made using the méthode champenoise style;...
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Cakebread Cellars Wine Dinner at Boca Landing, at Waterstone Resort & Marina

Waterstone Resort & Marina, Boca Raton has paired with Cakebread Cellars for a special vintner’s dinner on Tuesday, January 19th where guests will enjoy five courses paired with some of Cakebread’s most coveted vintages...
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Valentine Wines: What Wines to Serve When Entertaining on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for +1′s and falling on a Sunday this year makes it prime to celebrate [all weekend] with a gaggle of people you luv. When planning a gathering of six or more details become more inv...
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Miner Family Wines

Miner Family Wines

Miner Family Wines History In 1993 following a number of years spent working in the software industry, Dave Miner got his start as President of Oakville Ranch Vineyards, owned by his late uncle, Robert Miner. Having spent years...
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ROBERT MONDAVI WINES

Robert Mondavi Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon

Robert Mondavi established his namesake winery in 1966 with a vision to create Napa Valley wines that would stand in the company of the world’s finest. He chose To Kalon Vineyard in the heart of the Napa Valley as the home fo...
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Franciscan Estate Wines

Franciscan Estate Napa Valley Wines

For over 35 years there has been a select group of winemakers in the Napa Valley who have been pioneering the craft of fine winemaking. One of the founding members of this lineage established pristine vineyards in Oakville, and...
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Rutini Wines of Argentina

The Rutini family winemaking tradition began in the early 19th century in Le Marche, Italy, when Francisco Rutini started making wines for the inhabitants of his native town, Ascoli Piceno. Thereafter, his only son Felipe Rutin...
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Anna de Codorniu Brut NV

Every Day Sparkling Wines

  Anna de Codorniu Brut NV The Codorníu winery dates back to 1551 and has become recognized for producing some of Spain’s finest wines. The heiress of Codorníu, Anna, married winemaker Miquel Raventós in 1659, but she...
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True Grit Reserve Wines

Parducci True Grit Reserve Wines

Parducci True Grit Reserve wines are a labor of love and passion through generations of the Thornhill family. A native Texan, Tim Thornhill’s philosophy of leaving things better than he found them led him across the country f...
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