Miami Field Trip: Growers and Grocers

This year’s Blogher Food is in Miami, a city with an exciting food culture and deep food history. The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU has put together an exhibit of the Jewish influence on Miami and the nation’s food. Firsts include stone crabs, the first grocery on Miami Beach, and the first 24-hour drug store.

This review appears in the May issue of CHoWline, the monthly newsletter of the Culinary Historians of Washington, D.C.

Growers, Grocers, and Gefilte Fish at the Jewish Museum on South Beach through October 5, 2014

Growers, Grocers, and Gefilte Fish at the Jewish Museum on South Beach through October 5, 2014

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