Edible Travel: What We Recommend in South Florida

Last Updated June 27, 2018
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Photo: Brian Reedy & Alfredo Añez for Edible South Florida

Where to eat, drink, and shop in South Florida.

“Sultry and steamy in the summer, balmy and sunny in the winter, South Florida offers the best of the subtropics and rich cultural diversity. Find the best in tropical fruits, a cocoa plantation, a waterfront estate that reflects Miami history and prehistory and a guide to hot, hot, hot Little Havana.” – Gretchen Schmidt, Edible South Florida

The Fruit Artist: Fritz Barberousse

One hundred years ago, the great plant explorer David Fairchild hunted down exotic fruits and vegetables all over the world to introduce them to this country, forever changing what we eat and grow...

¡A comer y beber! A New Generation of Food and Drink

Nutella con queso pastelitos at Breadman
Second- and third-generation Cuban Americans are finding new ways to express their identity through food and drink, respecting tradition but putting a fresh spin on it.

Tree-to-Bar Chocolate in South Florida

Cacao pods
A South Florida chocolatier is doing something no one else in the continental U.S is doing: turning homegrown cacao pods into chocolate bars.

Foodways at the Deering Estate

Deering Estate Stone House
The 444-acre Deering Estate tells a unique story about South Florida’s past. Fossils found here reveal human presence as far back as 10,000...
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