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Food Network's 10th Annual South Beach Food & Wine Festival Is Here!

Once again Miami is gearing up for its 10th Annual Food Network's South Beach Wine & Food Festival. The 2011 festival is scheduled to run from today Thursday, February 24th to Sunday, February 27th. Events will take place in the best and hottest hotels and venues throughout Miami featuring personalities like Rachael Ray, Guy Fieri, and Giada De Laurentiis.

Some highlight events for every budget, taste bud, and health nut foodie are:

  • Kohl’s Fun and Fit as a Family featuring Kellogg’s Kidz Kitchen (Choice of Saturday or Sunday) at Parrott Jungle. Click here to learn more about this event, tickets, and for chef schedule. $20.
  • Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village (Choice of Saturday or Sunday) at 13thand Ocean, Miami Beach. Need I say more? This year the showcase will be inspired by Italy! Click here to see the schedule, buy tickets, and see the participating restaurants. $225. Ticketholders for this event take home a copy of the Festival’s Cookbook and also have the option to attend The Feast Talks with the best of the best on dining in many cities around the country.
  • Bank of America Lifestyle Seminars – From the Garden to the Glass, Cocktail Clinic with Zane Lamprey at the W South Beach. Come here for unique concoctions using organic and non-processed ingredients. Click here for more event details and schedule. $85.

Tickets are selling quickly! Tonight’s Burger Bash is all sold out!

For a full list of events, click here.

To keep up to date with the festival before things happen, check out the festival’s main website here.

Questions? Comments? Email me.

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