Spice It Up! Miami Comes to Little Haiti

Spice It Up!  Miami A Culinary Evening that Celebrates the Rich Tapestry of Caribbean and Latin American Flavors on Saturday, April 29th at The Caribbean Marketplace

MIAMI – Imagine an event where the flavors and sensations of the Caribbean and Latin America are on display where tourists and locals can sample and experience music, dance and food that highlight the cultural heritage of the islands and the Latin feel of Miami.

That’s Spice It Up! Miami – a monthly culinary experience that includes all the ingredients of island cuisine, spirits, music and dance.

The Caribbean Marketplace cultural destination, at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (5925 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33137), is the perfect backdrop for a fun and interactive atmosphere that is sure to indulge in the tastes, sights and sounds that are the true essence of the islands and Latin flavor of Miami.

Spice It Up! Miami kicks off on Saturday, April 29th at the Caribbean Marketplace (Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite .

This month’s culinary master, Chef Irie will offer a fun, informative cooking demonstration showing attendees how to season and prepare delicious recipes. His demo will go beyond just teaching attendees how to prepare delicious bites, but will also give aspiring chefs the tools to create the dishes at home.

Spice It Up! Miami“Spice It Up! Miami includes all the essential elements for a memorable night designed to showcase the local and international flavors of food, dance and music that is Miami”, states event producer, Marie Louissaint. Also, guests will be able to buy art work, cookbooks, spices and other items at the Spice It Up! Miami gift shop.

Other fun elements of the night include mixology techniques for the art of a perfect homemade tropical cocktail; learning the latest hip dance moves of meringue, salsa, compas and soca where attendees can work off the delicious meal they learned to prepare.

The first Spice It Up! Miami will take place April 29th and will be held every second Friday of the month at 7pm. Sponsors of the event include: City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon, Chefs of the Caribbean, The Eye, Northeast Second Avenue Partnership and the Little Haiti Cultural Complex.

South Florida Caribbean News

The SFLCN.com Team provides news and information for the Caribbean-American community in South Florida and beyond.

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