Whole Foods One-Day Rotisserie Chicken Sale: Weekend Recipes for Your Whole Roasted Bird

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Courtesy of Whole Foods
Roasted chicken might just be everyone's go-to comfort meal. In celebration of the crispy yet juicy bird, Whole Foods is hosting a one-day national sale today on their humanely raised, antibiotic-free and all organic seasoned whole roasted chicken.

Five dollars will get you a long way today -- dinner for the whole family or an entire weekend of chicken-filled meals. Whole Foods usually prices birds at $8.99 and today they are going for $5. (that's $3.99 of savings). And in case you're wondering just what to do with a chicken on date night, we've got some tantalizing recipes for you to try. All center on rotisserie chicken.

See also: Ten Best Chicken & Waffles in Miami

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Find Love at $20 Whole Foods Pinecrest Dinner

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Table Manners: Supper Club soiree
Whole Foods is known for many things -- clean eating, high prices, and as the number one place to look for love. So for date night tonight, look no further than Table Manners: Supper Club for a Cause in Whole Foods Pinecrest. Not only will you be contributing to a good cause and eating dinner for quite possibly the least amount of money you'll ever shell out at Whole Foods, but there's a chance you'll meet someone who shares the same love of greens as you at this communal family-style dinner.

In honor of earth month, tonight's Table Manner's dinner follows the theme of eating seasonally. All dish options are environmentally sustainable and made using ingredients currently in season and flourishing. With two seating times (6 & 7:30 p.m.), there's no excuse as to why you can't make it.

We talked to Alina Roche, marketing team leader about the monthly installment that's just $20 a pop.

See also: Vegan Eats, Extraordinary Art at FEAST Dinner Sunday

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Roots & Freens: Gourmet, Organic Food Delivered To Your Doorstep

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Photos by Carla Torres
At Roots & Freens, organic all the way is the motto. Chef and copartner Carlos Torres has a resumé that spans a decade in the kitchens of top toques Douglas Rodriguez, Michelle Bernstein, and Michael Mina.

Now he's bringing healthful and gourmet cuisine and cold-pressed juices right to your door, at least until he opens his storefront at the Lab in Wynwood in two months.

See also: Taperia Raca Opens Friday: Giorgio Rapicavoli Tells Us What to Expect

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SOBEWFF: YogArt's Buddha and Bellinis Starts With Anthony Bourdain Sighting, Ends with Love Party

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all photos by Carla Torres
Tony being Tony
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival wasn't all about the eats. Yesterday, we let out all our toxins at YogArt, which made a return at this year's festival after its success last year. Taking place at The Raleigh, the Buddha's and Bellinis event fuses music, food and art into one. The location was sweet too, considering we spotted Anthony Bourdain sunbathing and floating around with his daughter Ariane in his favorite hotel and pool in the Magic City (remember season one of No Reservations?).

As for the yoga, Tony wasn't involved, but 200 people on both Saturday and Sunday made for a sold out event, good vibes, and reaping what was sowed the previous days of gluttony.

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Get a Free Lobster Tail at Whole Foods Plus Valentine's Recipe

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Courtesy of Whole Foods
With Valentine's Day just a couple of days away, you're probably scrambling to get reservations at one of the many places offering a romantic dinner for two priced at less than $100 per person.

Let's face it though, going on to dinner for Valentine's Day is overrated. The kitchen is more often than not trying to flip tables as fast as possible, wait times are obscene, the service is lackluster and the food is rarely the same as on a regular night.

The solution? Don't wait till after dinner to slip into something more comfortable. A home cooked meal; especially one that consists of a little surf and turf and ends with strawberry ice cream will impress your sweetheart more than any fancy restaurant dinner. To celebrate the love, all Whole Foods stores in Florida are offering a free lobster tail with the purchase of any dry-aged steak tomorrow and Friday, and the perfect herb roasted lobster and steak recipe to go with it.

See also: Whole Foods Hosts Speed Dating Event Before Valentine's Day

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Recall of Nearly Nine Million Pounds of Beef Could Affect Florida

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Michael C. Berch/Wiki Commons
A massive beef recall could affect Florida.
A California-based meat processor has issued a recall of nearly nine million pounds of beef products, and Florida is one of the states involved.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) website, Rancho Feeding Corporation, based in Petaluma, is recalling approximately 8,742,700 pounds of beef products from "diseased and unsound animals" that were distributed "without the benefit or full benefit of federal inspection."

The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced, "The products are adulterated, because they are unsound, unwholesome, or otherwise unfit for human food and must be removed from commerce."

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Wee-Bag-It In Brickell: On-the-Go Healthy

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Photos by Carla Torres
There are plenty of edgy things happening at the Four Seasons Hotel besides Edge Steak & Bar. On the second floor is a hidden lunch gem with an owner just as edgy as the menu he puts out daily. Chef-owner William Hegemann is always in his chef whites, staying true to his Chaîne des Rôtisseurs stamp on the wall. Don't know what that means? Think of it as a culinary cult -- the illuminati of gastronomy. That's one reason to be afraid of Chef William. The other is that he'll scream at you as he's bagging your food. At Wee-Bag-It, food is customized for you. You just gotta know what you want, or it's the next guy's turn to order. Seriously, Chef William will skip you.

See also: Top Ten Foods Miami Does Better Than Everywhere Else

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Exploding Chobani: Greek Yogurt Pulled After Facebook Complaints

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Laine Doss
Not the usual creamy deliciousness.
Chobani is my favorite morning treat. One of the leaders in the Greek yogurt craze, Chobani is creamy, protein-rich, and quick.

So imagine my delight when the company introduced some new tropical flavors such as key lime. Then imagine my disappointment when I opened the yogurt and found a clumpy, watery, foamy mess instead of the usual thick product.

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Local10: Restaurant Owners Buy Produce From Dumpster Divers

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Emily Codik
Do you know where your favorite restaurant sources its produce?
Peruse the menu at many of Miami's fine-dining establishments and you'll see proclamations of farm-fresh produce complete with the names of the farms where your tomato or mango was lovingly grown.

That's all well and good, but have you ever stopped to think where cheaper, lesser-known restaurants get their vegetables? You might rightly think they come from a bulk supplier such as Sysco or even from the owner making a Costco run, but did you ever stop to think the red pepper in your salad might have come from a dumpster?

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Calle Ocho 2013 Report: Hispanics and Diabetes

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It's no secret -- Hispanic culture centers around good food. No matter what their country of origin, traditional dishes are a source of pride and familiarity for most Hispanics. But they carry certain health risks.

The prevalence of diabetes among Hispanics is high, so high that it borders on an epidemic. According to the Centers for Disease Controll, lifetime risk estimates for developing diabetes is high for both Hispanic men and women. Hispanic women born in 2000 have a 52.5 percent risk of developing diabetes in their lifetime while Hispanic men have a 45.4 percent risk. That compares, for example, to a 31.2 percent risk for non-Hispanic white females and 26.7 percent risk among non-Hispanic white males.

"Unfortunately, for the Latin community it is hard to adjust for and educate about diabetes because we don't want to give up our traditions," said cookbook author celebrity chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz, who Sunday stopped at Calle Ocho Street Festival as part of Merck Pharmaceutical's Cuida tu Diabetes, Cuida tu Corazon (Taking Diabetes To Heart). With help from the American Diabetes Association and Jefe's Original Food Truck, Schwartz demonstrated how just a few small measures can make a big difference for those suffering from diabetes.

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