Update: We have a winner! Er, a few winners! See Harryspizzeria.com for details.
This Saturday, April 28 there will be high fives all around! When the Heat begin their NBA playoff run at 3:30 p.m. against the Knicks, Harry’s Pizzeria will tune its TV to game #1 on ABC and begin offering buckets of ice-cold Miller High Life. $10 gets you five 12-ounce bottles ($2.50/each a la carte.) Heat game on TV means high fives in your bucket. The High Five promotion will run until the championships, of course…
To kick things off, chef Michael Schwartz wants to High Five you at home and is holding a game of his own on Twitter to choose the lucky winner.
Flanked by her peers including Bee Heaven's Margie Pikarsky and GROW's Thi Squire, Farmer Teena Borek, owner of Teena's Pride in Homestead made sure USDA Under Secretary Edward Avalos heard the voices of South Florida's produce farmers yesterday, with a smile of course!
Yesterday I had the pleasure of being invited by organizer Renee Frigo Graeff, local entrepreneur (founder of Lucini Italia) and president of Slow Food Miami, to have a stage with the President of the United States flanked by female peers in South Florida’s food industry. Ok, it was physically once removed, but hopefully no less impactful.
Michael manning his scrapple booth in Philly last summer, getting by with a little help from trusty assistant Kevin Sbraga at chef Marc Vetri's annual fundraiser for Alex's Lemonade Stand.
#WINNING. We’re sure that’s what Kevin Sbraga tweeted in September of 2010, long before Charlie’s tiger blood meltdown, when he won Season 7 of primetime cable television’s most popular cooking competition show, Top Chef. Since then, coveted title in tow, he’s been sharpening his 140-character wit preparing for the next big challenge — taking over one of Tweetnemesis @chefmschwartz’s restaurants. Pack your knives and ready your zingers, Kevin… Tickets are now live here for SBRAGA Pizzeria! Bienvenidos a Mee-a-mee. Continue reading