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Whole Foods Hosts a Flood of South Florida Chefs for Demos Across the State

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Have you ever messed up cooking ramen noodles? If you answered yes, like we did, you could probably use some professional help of the cooking variety.

Give thanks for South Florida's bounty of highly touted, greatly revered, very experienced, mostly trained, and overall excellent chefs and for Whole Foods harnessing its talents for the greater good of our holiday meals.

A lot of drops of water make a flood. Get your feet wet all over Florida when Whole Foods markets across the state host some of the tri-county area's best chefs for demos and Q&A sessions, and sponsor recipe cards for customers that will be in stores beginning December 15.

Here's a full schedule of who is going to be where and when, and where you can find the recipe cards.

Friday, December 18, 2009, at 7 p.m. in Coral Gables -- Gonzalo Rivera. 6701 Red Rd., Coral Gables, FL 33143, 305.421.9421

Sunday, December 20, 2009, at 10 a.m. in Aventura -- Allen Susser. 21105 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, FL 33180, 305.933.1543

Monday, December 21, 2009, at 6 p.m. in Naples -- Fabrizio Aielli. 9101 Strada Pl., Naples, FL 34108, 239.552.5115

Wednesday, December 23, 2009, at 7 p.m. in Coral Springs -- Gordon Maybury, 810 University Dr., Coral Springs, FL 33071, 954.753.8000

A complete list of the Florida stores and the chefs they will feature on their holiday recipe cards is below:

·         Aventura - Allen Susser of Chef Allen's in Aventura and Tim Andriola of Timo in Sunny Isles

·         Boca Raton - Michelle Bernstein of SRA. Martinez and Michy's in Miami and Michelle Bernstein at The Omphoy in Palm Beach, and Daniel Ramos of Sundy House in Delray

·         Coral Gables - Cindy Hutson of Ortanique in Coral Gables and Gonzalo Rivera of La Marea at the Tides on South Beach

·         Coral Springs - Allen Susser of Chef Allen's in Aventura and Gordon Maybury of Loews Miami Beach Hotel

·         Fort Lauderdale - Dean Max of 3030 Ocean in Ft. Lauderdale and Johnny Vinczencz of Johnny V Las Olas in Ft. Lauderdale

·         South Beach - Michael Schwartz of Michael's Genuine Food & Drink in Miami and Marco Ferraro of Wish on Miami Beach

·         Naples - Michael Schwartz of Michael's Genuine Food & Drink in Miami and Fabrizio Aielli of Sea Salt in Naples

·         Orlando - Michelle Bernstein of SRA. Martinez and Michy's in Miami and Michelle Bernstein at The Omphoy in Palm Beach and Clay Conley of Azul in Miami

·         Palm Beach Gardens - Michelle Bernstein of SRA. Martinez and Michy's in Miami and Michelle Bernstein at The Omphoy in Palm Beach, and Daniel Ramos of Sundy House in Delray

·         Pinecrest - Michelle Bernstein of SRA Martinez and Michy's in Miami and Michelle Bernstein at The Omphoy in Palm Beach, and Maggie Jimenez of Telefutura's Que Sabor!

·         Plantation - Dean Max of 3030 Ocean in Ft. Lauderdale and Jonathan Wright of the Grill at the Setai on Miami Beach

·         Sarasota - Allen Susser of Chef Allen's in Aventura and Clay Conley of Azul in Miami

·         Tampa - Allen Susser of Chef Allen's in Aventura and Clay Conley of Azul in Miami

·         Winter Park - Michelle Bernstein of SRA Martinez and Michy's in Miami and Michelle Bernstein at The Omphoy in Palm Beach, and Clay Conley of Azul in Miami

·         Jacksonville - Michael Schwartz of Michael's Genuine Food & Drink in Miami and Dennis Chan of Blue Bamboo in Jacksonville

·         Wellington - Michelle Bernstein of SRA Martinez and Michy's in Miami and Michelle Bernstein at The Omphoy in Palm Beach, and Daniel Ramos of Sundy House in Delray

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