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Ceviche Throwdown, Photo Recap for a Good Cause

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Close to 300 tickets were sold to yesterday's Ceviche Throwdown.  Miamians, tweeples, foodies and judges alike came together to benefit the Friends of the Fishermen, a nonprofit associated with the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board. Congratulations to Sugarcane

Raw Bar & Grill, Miami

International Wine Fair and the South Florida Foodies.

What better way to end a weekend than for a good cause

Chef Timon Balloo plays host to the Throwdown and talks sustainable seafood to a crowd. His corvina ceviche with pickled honshimenji mushrooms, squash and puffed rice won for most-unconventional ceviche.

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