Dewey LoSasso Launches Schnebly Pop-Up Series, Restaurant to Open Next Week

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Have dinner at the winery.
Schnebly Redland's Winery & Brewery's lunch and dinner service gets into full swing starting next week, with weekend a la carte meals and special pop-up dinners planned throughout the season.

The dinners kick off on Friday, March 6 with a pop-up dinner on the winery's great lawn. Starting at 7:30 p.m., culinary director, Dewey LoSasso, will serve a four-course meal, paired with Schnebly's tropical fruit wines. The chef says the dinner is special, in part because of the setting. "The great lawn is really beautiful and very different." LoSasso also notes the dinner, priced at $106.25 per person (including tax, gratuity, and a wine glass to take home) is a particular value. "Not many dinners include everything from the food to the wine to the tip. You don't have to think about anything other than enjoying your evening."

See also: Dewey LoSasso on Schnebly's New Dining Concept: Like a Campus of Food, Wine, and Beer

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Wynwood Green & Art Market to Launch March 1

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A farmers' market is taking over Bakehouse.
Even if you've never heard of a food "desert," you can probably guess it isn't a good thing. The term refers to an area where affordable, healthful food is difficult to obtain -- and parts of Wynwood fall into that category.

But this Sunday's inaugural Wynwood Green & Art Market is looking to change that. The concept, dreamed up by folks at the Bakehouse Art Complex for last year's Our Miami Public Space Challenge, is designed to meet the needs of the local community with affordable farm-to-table produce, artisanal items, curated art, and other products.

See also: Wynwood Green & Art Market to Offer Affordable Food, Inclusivity to Area Residents

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Explore Homestead With Locavore Field Trip

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Photo by Chris Sopher
If you're a dedicated foodie, you probably know the best spots for hand-crafted cocktails, fresh-baked bread, and locally picked produce -- at least within a six-block radius of your residence. But what about the rest of the region? What do you really know about South Florida's food industry and how it works?

The folks at WhereBy.Us are hosting a Homestead field trip and bus tour as part of their New Tropic project, designed to help Miamians gain a little more insight into their area. Attendees will get to pop into a fish farm, an orchid nursery, and a tropical fruit forest, as well as dig into a barbecue lunch.

See also: Teena's Pride to Redland Organics: Looking for Local, Affordable Produce, Part One

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Five Foodie Gifts Locavores Will Love

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We all know we *should* eat local, shop local and spend our money with local purveyors whenever possible. Some people, however, take this civic duty more seriously than others, refusing to sample your mouthwatering Christmas cookies unless the flour was milled within a 100-mile radius.

For these locavores in your life, you'll want to make sure your gift screams South Florida. Here are five local gift ideas locavores will go bananas for (but ixnay on the ananabays, 'cuz they're not local).

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Proper Sausages Offering Nationwide Delivery

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Proper Sausages: From the case to your space.
If the occasional trip to Miami Shores for your weekly or monthly ration of sausages doesn't fit into your schedule, your problem is solved. Proper Sausages now offers overnight delivery locally and nationwide.

See also: Five Reasons to Visit Proper Sausages in Miami Shores

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Muriel Olivares and Tiffany Noé: Plant People

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Photo by Stian Roenning
Muriel Olivares and Tiffany Noé are exploring everything from helping restaurants open rooftop plots to collaborating on art and landscape projects.
In this week's Miami New Times, we profile 30 of the most interesting characters in town, with portraits of each from photographer Stian Roenning. See the entire Miami New Times People Issue here.

Muriel Olivares and Tiffany Noé stroll through carefully potted rows of herbs, seedlings, and flowers under a stretched plastic roof spider-webbed with PVC pipes attached to sprinklers. Nearby is a sculpted garden space where adult plants grow in shaded, carefully mulched patches.

Four months ago, this small plot a few blocks west of Biscayne Boulevard on NE 76th Street was a weed-choked, abandoned lot. Now it's the latest piece of Olivares and Noé's diverse, expanding Little River Cooperative. It's Miami's most eclectic and exciting venture in urban food cultivation and education.

But don't call Olivares and Noé farmers.

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Grove Green Market Returns Thursday

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Photo by Laine Doss
Emu eggs and more local finds at Grove Green Market.
The Grove Green Market returns to the Coconut Grove Playhouse this Thursday, November 13, after a summer hiatus.

See also: Grove Green Market: Dragon Fruit, Emu Eggs, and Live Music

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Knaus Berry Farm's Cinnamon Rolls and Shakes Are Worth the Wait

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Photo by Holly Wachowicz
Cinnamon rolls worth giving up everything for.
Ooey-gooey and delicious. Knaus Berry Farm's cinnamon rolls draw a crowd year after year, and many customers have made it a yearly tradition. The bakery/farm is open from November through April (closed Sundays) and has everyone excited to get their hands on the tastiest rolls and shakes. It is a bit of a drive from Miami, but that doesn't seem to stop anyone.

See also: Knaus Berry Farm and the Glorious Cinnamon Rolls Are Back

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Knaus Berry Farm and the Glorious Cinnamon Rolls Are Back

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Knaus Berry Farm is rolling again.
With the line between Miami's slow season and the onslaught of tourists becoming ever more blurred, there is perhaps one event that dictates the beginning of fall: the opening of Knaus Berry Farm.

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Little River Co-Op Plant Sale This Weekend: Better Than Home Depot

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Courtesy of Little River Cooperative
Since blessed fall has finally arrived, now's the time to start prepping that patio or backyard garden for planting. Play your cards right, and you'll have plenty of produce to pick from for the next couple months -- instead of being forced to buy plastic-wrapped crap at Publix.

The Little River Cooperative Nursery. is hosting its Heirloom Tomato Seedling Sale this weekend. While the sale is in its fourth year, this is its first at the newly built nursery. But it's not just about tomatoes. This is a gardener's dream come true. They'll have everything from Cubanelle peppers to Garden Peach tomatoes to Red Veined Sorrel -- and lots more.

See also: Five Reasons to Join a CSA for Fall

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