Nominate Miami's Sweetest Culinary Couple, Win a Gift Card
Julia and Paul Child -- culinary sweethearts.
Throughout history there have been famous couples that have worked together. in just about every industry.
Some duos that come to mind are Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall; Bonnie and Clyde; John Lennon and Yoko Ono; Hillary and Bill Clinton; Masters and Johnson; Irene and Frederic Joliot-Curie; Carl Sagan and Anne Druyan; Bill and Melinda Gates; Julia and Paul Child; Sigfried and Roy....the list goes on.
These couples served as each others muses and partners not only in love, but in a shared passion regarding their combined interests. Though many of us cringe at the thought of working with our significant other, it works for some special people who have the ability to share everything with their partners -- and know the secret of leaving the business at work at the end of the day.
Fortunately for us, there are many couples working together in Miami's
culinary scene. Michelle Bernstein and David Martinez (Michy's); Dena
all come to mind as examples of couples who are making it work both in business and at home.
there are more culinary couples in Miami and we want
your help in finding the sweetest couples working together to make beautiful food.
To nominate a "sweet couple,"
just go to our Facebook page and nominate a couple in the culinary
scene. We'll profile the sweetest couples on February 13 -- just in
time for Valentine's Day! And you could win a gift card to Five Guys.
We're getting all warm and fuzzy just thinking about it.
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