Les Dames d’Escoffier Miami hosts 4th Annual Tropical Brunch in the Redland, a lavish, local al fresco feast featuring farm-fresh ingredients and exotic quaffs
WHO Les Dames d’Escoffier Miami is an organization of women leaders in food, wine, hospitality and farming that draws on our membership’s resources and skills to improve education, nutrition and quality of life in our community.
WHAT Les Dames d’Escoffier Miami
4th Annual Tropical Brunch in the Redland at Schnebly Redland’s Winery
Les Dames d’Escoffier Miami’s chef, farmer and hospitality members will present a bountiful, MMMMiami table centered around artfully prepared, locally grown fruits and vegetables, farm-fresh eggs, fruit breads and pastries and ethnic specialties associated with our diverse region. Schnebly, our country’s southernmost winery, will pour a bevy of exotic bubblies and still wines, along with its newest craft beers. This al fresco feast will be savored at shaded picnic tables; live music will set the tone and a lavish Silent Auction will overflow with epicurean and luxury offerings. (In-progess Lot Listings available upon request)
THE MENU draws its inspiration from MMMMiami — Tempting Tropical Tastes for Home Cooks Everywhere, Dame Carole Kotkin’s and Miami Herald Food Editor Kathy Martin’s mouthwatering, critically praised cookbook that explores our regionally unique confluence of Caribbean, American and Latin cuisines. Vibrant tropical salads, locally harvested vegetables, citrus-infused ceviche and guava-glazed BBQ ribs are among the boldly flavored dishes that will tantalize tastebuds. (Gluten-Free menu items will also be prominently featured.)
Schnebly Redland’s Winery
30205 SW 217th Avenue, Homestead FL 33030
Sunday, April 15, 2012, 11am – 2pm
Adults $45 in advance
Children (5-12 yrs) $15 in advance
$50/$20 at the door
Reference # 235515
Or call 305-531-0038
WHY This year’s Tropical Brunch in the Redland at Schnebly Winery will benefit a host of Dames-supported community projects that help preserve our rich agricultural heritage, fund nutrition and cooking education for local youths and underwrite school vegetable gardens in our region.