Good food. Good stories. Good conversation. These simple things bring pleasure to our daily lives. Miami Dish hopes to offer all of these.
Miami Dish is about food in South Florida. It’s about all aspects of food – the delectable, the seasonal, the fashionable, the environmental—but most importantly, the local. Miami Dish will help you eat locally and seasonally by piquing your tastes with delicious food finds.
I love fine dining, but I’m also curious about what’s happening with local farms, markets, and supper clubs. I’ll forage South Florida for food personalities, traditions, festivals, kitchens, and history. So, what’s going on in your grandma’s kitchen? Please join the conversation!
I produce public radio news and features for WLRN Miami Herald News, including the award-winning “Under the Sun” series, on South Florida’s NPR station, WLRN 91.3 FM. You can listen to some of my food radio stories at Sound Bite.
I grew up in Miami, the daughter of a Venezuelan who loves to bake pan de jamon and a Connecticut native who makes tomato sauce so good I could eat it like soup. I live with my husband, David, who also doubles as my web and photography secret weapon. My other secret weapons here at Miami Dish are Chuck Ferrin who writes the Miami Drink wine and spirits column and video genie-in-a-bottle Brad Bryan.
My passions are good food and good stories.
You can contact me at email@example.com.
A Sample of My Other Work
Soundbite: My passions for food and radio stories combine in this online portfolio.
Edible South Florida : The old school of Miami fish markets
Edible South Florida: Serious about Florida farms
Miami New Time Short Order: Danny Meyer, Shake Shack and the matrix
Miami New Times Short Order: Mad Men grilling: vintage cookbook love
Miami New Times Short Order: L’Atelier Gourmet Bakery and its sensory delights
Miami New Times Short Order: The Cracker kitchen: it’s not just roadkill
Miami New Times Short Order: Paletas at La Michoacana in Homestead are worth the trek