From a much-shared cover of a bare tropical fruit expert in a bathtub of mangos to an award-winning story on undocumented farm workers, edible South Florida has been shining a spotlight on the local food scene for the past 10 years. In the upcoming winter 2020 issue, writers look at the trends – highly personal restaurants, like Balloo in downtown Miami, snapshots of up-and-coming young faces, how the craft beer scene is evolving, among other topics – that reflect South Florida’s growth as a serious dining destination over the past decade.
The anniversary will be marked with a launch party at Taste of Redland in South Dade’s agricultural district. The first Florida title in the Edible Communities group (now joined by edible Orlando, edible Northeast Florida and edible Sarasota), edible South Florida covers greater Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the Florida Keys. Free and open to the public, the party coincides with their farm market and includes live music from Mustard Service, artisan foods and vendors, local produce for sale. #10YearsEdibleSoFla @EdibleSoFla