On March 16, in lieu of our Locavore Harvest Dinner, we are delighted to support the 2nd Annual Baptist Health Grand
“I’m proud to be producing the Taste of Redland Culinary Program and bringing attention to the farms of Redland.
Are you a LOCAVORE?” — Steven Haas, Architect of Miami Spice
BAPTIST HEALTH GRAND GALA...Miami is known as "the magic city" for a reason. The magical glitz, glamour
From November 2018 to June 2019, the Taste of Redland Locavore Dinner/Brunch Series will feature Miami Spice chefs, as well as your favorite chefs from Palm Beach to Key West, and will take place directly on the farms of Redland at some of the most visually stunning venues in the world. The series will take place monthly and will feature a variety of local in-season fruits and vegetables, along with selections of seafood, poultry
These one-of-a-kind outdoor culinary events in the fields and on the farms of Redland will feature luxurious outdoor open-air kitchens with teams preparing your meals right in front of your tables with Redland-Raised fresh-from-the-garden produce, exotic local treats
This wonderful dinner/brunch series will be produced by some of South Florida's finest and dedicated community leaders in the culinary and event world that have spent decades bringing needed attention to areas of Miami-Dade County just before they became the some of the most revered neighborhoods. We are proud to have the dedicated help of Steve Haas, Suzanne Pallot, Louis Canales and the support of legendary chefs as part of the Taste of Redland team that will help produce this very special dinner/brunch series. We are also honored to have the support of many of the pioneers and leaders in Redland that have worked tirelessly to make the community all it is today. The entire Taste of Redland team is humbled to be part of such a vibrant and exciting time in Redland.
It’s all about celebrating the bounty of fruits and vegetables, the beauty of the farms and the amazing land in the Redland area. From cascading waterfalls to one of the world’s largest Banyan trees, the settings of your dining experiences each month will be memorable and like no other! Redland is full of wonderful surprises that you never imagined would be part of your South Florida journey. It is more important than ever that we support our local farming community in South Florida, so we hope you'll visit us to get a real Taste of Redland and aid in our effort to get the word out about the Miami Locavore Movement
We are delighted that a portion of the ticket sales throughout our 2018/2019 program will benefit specific programs at Miami-Dade County’s Redland Fruit & Spice Park.
Taste of Redland’s programming will also support our outreach to The University of Miami with our donations of local fruit trees to their campus grounds, to teach students about the locavore movement and all that grows in Redland; help the plant-a-tree program at The Patch of Heaven Sanctuary, as they reforest a 5-acre tropical hammock; and bring attention to the efforts of Redland Ahead and their farms that support FIU’s
Flying over the Lychee Grove at Takoda Farmstead in the heart of Redland