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Alejandro Pinero to Cook Hani Khouri Bigtime Feast Friday, Cost: $190

9 years ago by Anais Alexandre
Local international businessman turned goat farmer Hani Khouri. is being recognized by a group called Outstanding in the Field. (We hinted about this last November.) The group recognizes hard-working farmers who produce crops and/or products of the highest caliber. They honor their chosen farmers with an exclusive dinner on their...
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Outstanding in the Field Plans Big Eats at Hani Khouri's Farm

9 years ago by Lee Klein
​Come January 6, a group called Outstanding in the Field, in cahoots with chef Alejandro Pinero of Sustain Restaurant + Bar and farmer Hani Khouri, will hold one of its sensational outdoor farm dinners at Hani's Mediterranean Organics in the Redlands. I spoke with founding chef Jim Denevan about how...
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Outstanding in the Field at Hani's Mediterranean Organics Recap (Photos & Audio)

9 years ago by Anais Alexandre
This past Friday Outstanding in the Field made its way down to the Redland to honor goat farmer Hani Khouri, of Hani's Mediterranean Organics.Outstanding in the Field is known for selecting farmers who produce the highest quality products.Chef Alex Pinero of Sustain was the honored chef of the night, and...
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Hani's Organic Cheeses and His Fried Haloumi

10 years ago by Christina Staalstrom
Hani Khouri did not grow up on a farm, yet today he looks right at home herding his 17 Nubian goats with the shepherd hook he carries. You would never know that three years ago, Hani and his wife Maria Lee led the life of expats residing in places such...
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Hani's Mediterranean Organics

Hani Khouri's name is splashed on menus across town — at Michael's Genuine Food & Drink, the Forge, Lee & Marie's Cakery, and other notable eateries. These restaurants all cook with his farmstead cheeses, which are made with goat's milk and prepared at his farm in the Redland. Khouri's most...
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Pumpkins, Seedlings, and Beer at Fairchild's Edible Garden Festival (Photos)

9 years ago by Laine Doss
People strolled through Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's Edible Garden Festival this past Saturday and Sunday to be entertained and informed about planting their own gardens.There was something for everyone. Kids got to pick their favorite pumpkin, adults sampled fall beers and ciders, and everyone enjoyed the gardens, which were decorated...
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Fourth of July Ice Cream and Pie at Bee Heaven Farm

10 years ago by Paula Niño
Forget the burgers this Fourth of July. Start your day with a tasting of locally made, tropical-fruit-flavored ice creams at Bee Heaven Farm. July is, after all, National Ice Cream Month.We're talking white sapote, lychee, passion fruit, mamey, South Florida peach ice cream, and others. They're all prepared by local...
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Calling All Herbivores

9 years ago by Laine Doss
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden wants to show you how to grow your own vegetables. At this weekend’s annual Edible Garden Festival, the botanical park will become a wonderland of edible delights. There’ll be lectures, workshops, and cooking demos so you can learn to plant, grow, and then enjoy the fruits...
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Greening Up: An Important Video on South Florida's Young Farmers

8 years ago by Emily Codik
David Laws thinks organic farming is almost like civil disobedience. "Organic farming is by definition against the grain," says Laws, the farmer behind Treehugger Farms in Davie. "There's a huge monstrous, mechanized market out there that's really out to stop all that we are doing. But things are changing slowly."...
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South Beach Italian Institution Escopazzo Closes

6 years ago by Zachary Fagenson
The longstanding South Beach Italian haven Escopazzo is no more. The closure of Giancarla Bodoni's two-decade old restaurant, first reported late last week on Miami.com, comes as the island remains awash in Italian spots, some better than others. In its absence beachgoers are left with choices like Scarpetta, Macaluso's, Macchialino,...

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