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2015 Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival Uncorked

Now that the Chef Challenges and Seafood Festival have come and gone like yesterday’s leftovers, the classy 2015 Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival takes the cake. From specialty Chef Talk discussions to watching a free volleyball game where the losers “do the dishes” and indulging in 5-course dinners with premium wine pairings to an evening of cocktails and karaoke gone wild, this glam gastronomic experience promises an unprecedented collection of talent for this four-day foodie festival. Residents and visitors get in on the action as master chefs will mix premium wines, world-class golf and genuine philanthropy.

“The 2015 Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival has a philanthropic aim: each chef selects a charity and the net proceeds of the festival are divided between the selected groups”.

Held at the quintessential Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach and at select locations on the island of Palm Beach including The Breakers, Café Boulud, 3030 Ocean Palm Beach Grill and dozens more, the 2015 fest promises to showcase some of the world’s most renowned chefs and wine industry leaders such as food legends Daniel Boulud, Robert Irvine, Marc Murphy, Elizabeth Falkner, and Jeff Mauro.

Wintertime in the tropics never tasted so good as top chefs and eateries serve up what makes Palm Beach sizzle with unique Florida-Caribbean dishes and international cuisines from Italy, Greece, and the Latin Americas. A 3-day, star-studded epicurean extravaganza with celebrity chefs, and star-studded events, coffees, liqueurs and sweets for the sweet make this foodie event a favorite. There are events for kids, a street food cook off, after hours bacchanals, chef welcome parties and even late night rock.

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The 2015 Palm Beach Food and Wine is a celebration of local as well as national culinary talent.

Most of the event are sold out as of today, but you can always visit www.pbfoodwinefest.com to try your luck at any tickets.

 

Sandra-Schulman Sandra Schulman is an arts writer, music and film producer. Born in Miami, her work has appeared in Billboard, Variety, Rolling Stone, Ocean Drive, Country Music Magazine, The New York Daily News, News From Indian Country, and Entertainment Weekly. She was an entertainment columnist for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel for 8 years. She has authored three books on pop culture. She currently lives in West Palm Beach with her blue eyed whippet. Sandra Schulman’s column appears weekly. Contact her at sandraslink@gmail.com.
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