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    Compared to seasons past, the upcoming farm-to-table lunch roster at Swank Specialty Produce in Loxahatchee Groves is juicier than ever, with more down-on-the-farm dining events featuring a broader cast of pedigreed chefs.

    The popular annual lunches—well-known area chefs and sommeliers serve up feasts amid Swank’s lush grounds and hydroponic happiness—have grown from one a couple of years ago to this season’s five, each benefiting a nonprofit organization and including a tour of the growing houses at Swank, which now has a “resident” chef: Lindsay Autry.

    The multi-course meals not only are composed from Swank’s acclaimed produce, herbs and edible flowers, but with numerous ingredients [More]


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    Mariya Kovacheva, head sommelier at Palm Beach’s Café Boulud, will pair pours with courses during an upcoming “Hot Pink” down-on-the-hydroponic-farm lunch at Loxahatchee’s Swank Specialty Produce.

    If you’re not familiar with Swank Specialty Produce by name, there’s a good chance you’ve tasted its perfect organic microgreens, veggies and more since several chefs in Palm Beach and elsewhere in South Florida source from and swear by Swank’s high quality.

    The Feb. 10 “Hot Pink” lunch—Swank’s lunches each season often sell out fast so this heads-up communiqué is hardly premature—benefits The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

    Along with Kovacheva, four female South Florida chefs are on tap [More]


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    What do you get when four notable chefs from three different Palm Beach restaurants collaborate on a meal? Odds are, deliciousness.

    That’s what’s in store for Swank Specialty Produce’s next down-on-the-farm luncheon, smack dab in the middle of the Loxahatchee Grove farm’s grounds.

    The cooking squad for the March 17 affair—the fourth Swank lunch event this season—includes Clay Conley of Buccan and Imoto; Jim Leiken and pastry guru Arnaud Chavigny of Café Boulud; and Michael Wurster of Malcolm’s at The Omphoy.

    Delray Beach sommelier Stephanie Miskew will be on hand, too, to pair courses with wines.

    The noon-4 p.m. event is called “Wearin’ O’ The Green [More]


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    So you’re invited to an exclusive, secret-location alfresco gathering where everyone dresses divinely in white, dines under the stars, and brings and lights candles to make the evening sparkle.

    That’s generally the gist of Paris’ legendary annual “le diner en blanc” celebrations, a concept that has spread throughout the world—and now is the inspiration behind an upcoming “diner en blanc,” of sorts, in which a Palm Beach chef and sommelier are headliners.

    Swank Specialty Produce in Loxahatchee Groves has finalized its 2014 lineup of down-on-the-farm mealtime events taking place along its lush grounds—and for the first time, they include not only lunches but [More]


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    After hosting a down-on-the-farm luncheon last month during the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival, Swank Specialty Produce—a resource treasured by and associated with numerous South Florida chefs—is featuring its second chef-driven luncheon of the season on Jan. 12.

    As always, the event will include a tour of the hydroponic growing houses at Loxahatchee-based Swank—and a bountiful spread prepared and served alfresco by notable area chefs who’ll incorporate into their dishes Swank’s acclaimed produce and ingredients supplied by Florida ranchers, seafood purveyors, wine-makers and more.

    Last month’s lunch affair at Swank featured James Beard Award-winning chefs and such Palm Beach County-based chefs as [More]


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