The highly anticipated Jazz in the Gardens is merely a few days away. Two days of music, fun and more importantly food. So what is on the menu for this year? Worthy Magazine had the opportunity to sample a few of the culinary titans who will be at the festival, and we are happy to report that you will not be disappointed with this years lineup. Ticket holders will be able to pick from a total of 40 food vendors. There will be something for every palatte from barbecue to sea food salads and a bevy of tasty treats.
You have to try:
The stand -out: It’s all about the honey mustard sauce.
It is the perfect combination of sweet, savory and spicy. The sauce pairs well with Randy’s ribs and chicken. Michelle Fletcher assistant to Randy says that the details of the sauce will always be a mystery. “I have worked with him for two years now and he still won’t tell me what is in it.”
Healthy Lifestyle Cuisine
In the midst of all the fried foods and sweets, Healthy Living will be one of the tastiest and healthy alternatives in a sea of temptation.
The sea food salad is a crowd pleaser and the lobster and waffles is an unexpected surprise. All of the recipes are the owner’s take on her mother’s recipes.
South Beach Burgers
There is no denying that the art of crafting the perfect burger is a fleeting talent. The team behind South Beach Burgers does not disappoint with their signature burgers and bold and flavorful seasoning. This particular caterer was a favorite of the reporter for the evening.
Reed’s Catering has become a staple in the Jazz in the Gardens experience. The conch salad served in a fresh pineapple draws a crowd further than the eye cares to look. The crowd gathers to watch the intricate construction of the conch salad. Cucumbers, tomatoes and fresh conch are zested to perfection using oranges and limes and topped off with conch fritters. It is literally a festival in a pineapple.