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Food Network's Chef vs. City Star Aaron Sanchez Cooking Demos at Winn-Dixie

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Many people in Miami pronounce Winn-Dixie como Ween Deehee, but the supermarket chain is down with Latinos so they're celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in our city by bringing in Food Network celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez to do some cooking demos.

Aarón stars in the show Chef vs. City, a food race across the U.S. alongside Chris Cosentino of Incanto and Boccalone in San Francisco.

Aarón is executive chef/owner of Paladar and Centrico in NYC, so we're guessing the dude can cook.

Here, he will execute a Hispanic recipe and highlight a wine pairing for the dish. Our wild guess is they sell the ingredients and wine right there at Winn-Dixie.

¡Viva el capitalismo!

Here are the dates, times, and locations of Aarón's demos.

Friday, Sept. 25, 2009, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Winn-Dixie Store #388

18300 S.W. 137th Avenue

Miami, Fla. 33177

Saturday, Sept. 26, 2009, from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Winn-Dixie Store #286

948 S.W. 67th Avenue

Miami, Fla. 33144

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