Daniel Boulud Cooks Four-Course Meal at DB Bistro Moderne (Photos)

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On Saturday afternoon, one of the world's most talented chefs dropped into his Miami outpost to cook lunch for his fans. Daniel Boulud joined his DB Bistro Moderne executive chef, Jason Pringle, and team to cook a meal straight out of his latest book, Daniel: My French Cuisine. The book celebrates the chef's 20th anniversary of his NYC restaurant, Daniel.

The meal, accompanied with a wine pairing, was exemplary of a French bistro. Short Order was invited to attend. Pictures of the feast after the jump.

See also: Watch the Making of Daniel Boulud's My French Cuisine

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Where Did the Celebrity Chefs Eat in Miami During SOBEWFF?

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Scott Conant, Eric Ripert, Geoffrey Zakarian, and François Payard enjoy a moment at Soho Beach House.
Each year, hundreds of celebrity chefs descend upon our fair city to work and play at the South Beach Wine & Festival.

And though their dance cards might seem full with all the fabulous parties and events they host and attend, there always seems to be just enough free time to get out and enjoy some of Miami's best restaurants.

Here's where some of our favorite celeb chefs ate during the festival:

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SOBEWFF: The Top Ten Unforgettable Moments From the Festival

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Can you name all the celebrity chefs?
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival is over for another year, and celebrity chefs from the Northeast are flying home for another Polar Vortex even as the giant party tents are being broken down. All that's left of the weekend is a slight hangover, a few goodie bags, and memories.

Here are our top ten unforgettable moments from this year's SoBe Fest. Have others? Share them with us!

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SOBEWFF: Andrew Zimmern's Giant Hot Dog and Shake Shack Win Best of the Munchies

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Andrew Zimmern and providers of munchies.
Closing out this year's South Beach Wine & Food Fest was no easy task. The last few days have been epic. Although if there was one person and one food category to get the job done, it was definitely Andrew Zimmern and the munchies. Other events may have pristine lobster and wine, but this was beer, hot dogs and donuts.

Attendants lined up behind red robes before being let in to a massive food party with carnival games, a rock and roll concert and at the end of the night two awards were handed out. The savory prize went to Shake Shack and the sweet award to Graeter's ice cream.

Although The Munchies: People's Choice Food can still be voted on until March 31.

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SOBEWFF: Geoffrey Zakarian's Farm-to-Table Brunch Includes Kale, Borscht, and Bloodys

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Geoffrey Zakarian really loves his beets.
By the last day of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, even the most hardcore food fanatic is walking a little slowly. It could be the days filled with sipping wine and cocktails in the sun at the Grand Tasting Village or it could be all the parties, but sampling a few dozen burgers at Burger Bash can take its toll.

That's why the Farm to Table Brunch, hosted by Geoffrey Zakarian at the Palms Hotel and Spa, was a much-needed and (dare we say) healthy way to start Sunday off right. The affair, held in the hotel's garden among tropical birds and brilliant foliage, had chefs who walk the farm-to-table talk present clean breakfast bites with a conscience. And to prove once and for all that eating clean is also eating delicious, each morsel was better than the last.

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

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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.

See also:SOBEWFF: Sweet Treats and Wines at Confections of a Macaron Maker

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SOBEWFF: Jorge Padrón Wins Peoples Choice Award at Swine & Wine

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Padron's Cuban Pork Sliders with Mariquitas
At an event titled Swine & Wine, you'd expect plenty of pork fat and rivers of alcohol flowing.

This was most certainly the case last night at the Goya-sponsored, Michelle Bernstein-hosted event at the Biltmore Hotel.

The porcine-centric evening brought some of the best chefs from all around the country together for a Miami-style pig roast with rum, vodka, wine, Latin tunes, and, of course, cigars.

After years of competing, Jorge Padrón of Padrón Cigars finally took home the win with the People's Choice Award.

We spoke to Padrón, and picked some favorite dishes from the event.

See Also: SOBEWFF: Bison Tartare, Cigars, and Spirits Under SoBe Moonlight

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SOBEWFF: Trisha Yearwood Cooks and Sings at Southern Kitchen Brunch (Video)

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The Bloody Mason made by Kristin Alfandre from Baton Rouge, Louisiana using Absolut vodka
Lee Brian Schrager, the founder and organizer of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival declared on stage the Southern Kitchen Brunch is one of his most beloved events. "I don't know if it's because it's so pretty, because some of the best food of the weekend is here, or because it has one of my favorite food personalities," said Schrager right before introducing the afternoon's host, Trisha Yearwood.

The Grammy-award winning singer, cookbook author and star of Trisha's Southern Kitchen on the Food Network told the large audience, "I love music and I love food -- it's a wonderful combination." Yearwood took the opportunity to announce her upcoming musical tour with husband Garth Brooks, and performed four songs for the starstruck brunchers gathered at the Loews Hotel.

See also: All our coverage of South Beach Wine & Food Festival

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SOBEWFF: Sunday's New Times Best Bite on the Beach Winner Is...

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Paula Deen gts a standing ovation at the Grand Tasting Village
Sunday's Grand Tasting Village saw a lot of eating, drinking, and celebs. From Geoffrey Zakarian to the triumphant return of Paula Deen, a fantastic, rollicking time was had by all.

Of course it's pretty difficult to not have a great time when the wine is flowing, the music's playing, and 40 restaurants are serving up some of the best food in South Florida.

Each restaurant, of course, was vying for the coveted Miami New Times Best Bites on the Beach award, where festival goers chose their favorite food at the Grand Tasting Village by texting their vote.

See also: All our coverage of South Beach Wine & Food Festival

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SOBEWFF: Paula Deen Is Back in the Saddle Again (Video)

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Paula Deen rides again!
Rumors swirled more than the wine in a thousand glasses. Would Paula Deen join her sons, Jamie and Bobby, in the cooking demo scheduled at Sunday's Grand Tasting Village at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival? People were whispering that Paula was still on the fence about appearing at the signature event (hence the "Deen Family" moniker).

When festival founder Lee Brian Schrager took the stage, however, all doubt was erased. Schrager explained that since he couldn't possibly introduce every celebrity chef, he stopped doing any introductions but this was an exception. He said that when "we were planning the festival this year there was no doubt in my mind that I wanted Paula at the festival this year." He added that he remembered the first time he saw Paula Deen cook on television. "I remember what she was making, a blueberry tart, what she was wearing, a pink blouse" and that "we must have this crazy lady at the festival." Schrager then introduced Deen, "back where she has always been and back where she should be."

See also: SOBEWFF: Barbecue, the Blues, and the Deens (Photos)

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