Sustain, Liberty City Farmers Market, and Ron Zacapa on the Blog Watch

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If you haven't visited the Liberty City Farmers Market, you should. It is in a very nice park and has all sorts of local veggies plus Florida meat and eggs. Redland Rambles has more on the market. 

Guest blogger Chuck Ferrin gives readers a primer on Ron Zacapa over at Miami Dish

Yes, there's the South Beach Wine & Food Festival but South Florida has many other food and wine festivals. Check out a list at South Florida Food and Wine.  

Food for Thought gives us his impressions on Sustain, praising the restaurant's commitment to sustainability and its music. Of course, there's talk of the food, too.  

Bitchin Camero keeps serving up great recipes. This week she prepares orzo soup with merguez lamb meatballs. And her pictures are drool worthy. 

Spike TV's Auction Hunter is filming in South Florida, says the Burger Beast. The Miso Hungry food truck will be there and you can be there, too. 

We actually missed Rambling of a Hungry Artist's rant about restaurants in Kendall last week but it's worth a read. 

Rosa Mexicano opening on South Beach. Mark Militello to open a Mexican restuarant in Deerfield Beach. This and more at Miami Restaurant Power Rankings.

Follow Short Order on Facebook and Twitter @Short_Order.

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