I have been traveling and (happily) snow-bound in the winter wonderland of the Big Apple this week, hence the absence of postings over the past few days… But I’m back in Miami now and have been lining up some exciting new content. Here is a taste of what’s coming to the site (and via morning email feeds) this weekend, so have your fingers primed for clicking.
Joey’s, Saturday, March 7: We speak with proprietor Thea Goldman and her team about this Wynwood Italian restaurant to find out what’s new, what’s the same and what we can expect to find in the surrounding neighborhood.
Teena’s Pride, Sunday, March 8: We head down to Homestead, FL for a tour of an enterprising local farm that, with the help of a handful of South Florida foodies, is piloting a new community-supported agriculture program. Get an insider’s view of South Florida locavorism. After, we’ll do a taste test of what we pick up at the farm and how the product from Whole Foods Market compares, as well as find out if it lives up to its locally-grown “Promise” down here in the Sunshine State.
Also, I’m pleased to announce that you can now purchase the “official” Kitchen Interviews apron through Zazzle, a website that allows anyone and everyone to design and sell branded merchandise online at no cost. The apron features the new Kitchen Interviews logo and web address, and comes in a variety of sizes and colors. Because of Zazzle’s unique business model, which also enables the seller (aka me) to receive a percentage – in this case 15 percent – of royalties from all sales, I would like to sieze the opportunity to donate these proceeds to Common Threads, now with a Miami chapter thanks to Chef Michelle Bernstein. Be on the lookout for more fun merch to come! And support a worthy cause!