Leave the winter chill behind and take a trip down South to the South Beach Wine & Food Festival. FN Dish will be at the festival all weekend long chowing down on grub with Food Network stars Rachael Ray, Giada De Laurentiis, Trisha Yearwood, Michael Symon, Robert Irvine, Alex Guarnaschelli and more.
Want to join us? You can find our editors covering the following events throughout the 4-day festival.
If you can’t make it to the festival this year, tune into FN Dish for our coverage all weekend long, including exclusive videos.
Thursday, February 20
The Q hosted by Michael Symon
Bella Cucina: A Dinner Hosted by Alex Guarnaschelli with Dena Marino
East “Meats” West Dinner hosted by Michael Mina and Marc Forgione
Friday, February 21
Rachael Ray’s Amstel Light Burger Bash presented by Pat LaFrieda Meats
Life’s a Beach, Then You Eat! Dinner hosted by Aarón Sanchez, Marcus Samuelsson, Gaston Acurio, Jonathan Waxman, Paul Kahan and Hedy Goldsmith
Mix It Up with Morimoto & Friends
Italian in Paradise Dinner hosted by Giada De Laurentiis
Starry Night: An Evening with Tyler Florence
Saturday, February 22
Fun and Fit as a Family by Robert Irvine
Barilla Interactive Lunch hosted by Katie Lee
Thrillist’s BBQ & The Blues hosted by Bobby Deen
Barilla Interactive Dinner hosted by Marc Forgione
Vegetarian Dinner hosted by Alfred Portale and Alex Guarnaschelli with Matthew Kenney
Ciao Chow! An Italian Dim Sum-Style Champagne Brunch with Giada De Laurentiis
Sunday, February 23
Pure Leaf Farm to Table Brunch hosted by Geoffrey Zakarian
Southern Kitchen Brunch hosted by Trisha Yearwood
Best of The Munchies: People’s Choice Food Awards presented hosted by Andrew Zimmern
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