The 12th annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival wrapped up on Sunday after a truffle- and cocktail-fueled weekend of celebrity chef appearances, parties, tastings and seminars.
Since it began 12 years, South Beach Wine and Food Festival has always been about extravagance, excess and, for the most part, meat. And yet this time for the first year ever, SOBEWFF is offering meatless diners a seat at the table.
After the South Beach Wine & Food Festival wraps up and folks stumble on home, the tents are put away. Party-goers face the work week and their impending juice diets. I wondered, "What happens to the leftovers?"
Not unlike Mardi Gras for foodies, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival is an unabashed love fest of food and wine in excessive proportions.
She wanted to know what celebrity Gail would be scared of to eat their food. "Well, if you consider the cast of Jersey Shore to be celebrities, it would be theirs."
Being surrounded by hundreds of creative and inquisitive individuals, united in a love for food, sharing and social justice is a unique experience. For 2 days, it felt like with just a little more effort, we could all change the world. One meal at a time.
We've all heard the saying, "the only constant in life is change." This rings especially true for the city of Miami Beach.
Until that magical day when plant-based food and poetry bump out pork and parties, meatless meals that preserve the planet and inspire art are still worth celebrating.
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Seeing as how I wasn't invited to be a judge this year, I thought that I might not enjoy my usual Burger Bash routine of wandering around, making like Mayor McCheese and exchanging quips.
Picture me getting my mee-aah-mee on as I bring you the Best and Worst of South Beach's Food and Wine Festival on Feb 25-28.
As a novice judge at this event, I was ill-prepared for the gluttony. We tasted our way through 27 burgers. Some burnt, others dry, a few raw.