OK, finally! They are here! The Swank Table Farm brunches are gearing up again—the first one is January 12 and will feature superchefs Nick Morfogen of 32 East in Delray, Richard Hales of Sakaya Kitchen and Blackbrick in Miami, Aaron Brooks of Edge Steak in Miami, Huma Nagi, chief pastry chef at 3030 Ocean in Fort Lauderdale and Abigail Nagorski of Whole Foods, Boca Raton.
But wait, there’s more!
Jodi Swank tells us that Bishop Holmes of the New Zion Church in Pahokee, guitarist Huey Burns and his gospel choir will be there as well. And a band called Killbillies. We are so sold. These farm events are magical—great food at communal tables and an on-the-farm ambiance you will not find anywhere else. Here are the details:
What: farm-to-table brunch prepared by renowned chefs and served under a tent outdoors at Swank Farms, a working hydroponic farm in Loxahatchee
When: January 12, from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
Where: Swank Farms, 14311 N Road, Loxahatchee, 561/202-5648
Cost: $155 per person, adults only
Sponsors: Whole Foods Market, Williams-Sonoma, Eileen Fisher, Old School Bakery, Southern Wine and Spirits, Tito’s Vodka, Brown Distribution, First Republic Bank