Dinner at Sunset II: 5 Course Mexican Inspired Plant Based Dinner

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Urban Oasis Presents
Dinner at Sunset Series featuring Chef Pamela Wasabi
Sponsored by SEED Food & Wine Festival,
and Zignum Mezcal

Urban Oasis and Chef Pamela Wasabi join forces to bring you a series of Farm-to-Table dinner experiences aiming to elevate awareness about local organic produce and companies, sustainable living, and Plant Based dinning. On Saturday, April 23rd, at Verde Café in Homestead join us for a Farm Tour followed by a five course Mexican inspired Vegan dinner, paired with Counter Culture Kombucha Mocktails.


Farm Tour: 6pm, First Course: 7PM

Tickets $65
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Ginger and Lime “Coronita”, Jalapeno Juice

Strawberry Tulsi “Margarita” con Leche Condensada


1st Course
Watermelon Ice, Basil infused Mezcal Syrup, Mizuna

Guajillo BBQ Jackfruit, Black Rice Tostada, Cashew Sour Cream
Smoked Eggplant, Chipotle Corn Tostada, Nopal, Pickled Mango
Hemp Crusted “Baja” Mushroom, Pepita Pistachio Tostada, Preserved Lime

Red Rice, Guacamole, Cucumber and Piña Slaw

4th Course
Mayan Chocolate “Raw” Cake, Goji Crystals, Cinnamon

5th Course
Horchata Popsicles, Sapodilla

*Proceeds to benefit the Urban Oasis Project

Verde Kitchen Cafe
12690 SW 280th St
Miami FL 33033

Need a ride? Download the Lyft App and enter code UrbanOasis for a free ride credit, and Lyft will donate money to Urban Oasis Project as well! (new drivers applying can use the code as well and we’ll get a big donation!)

About Urban Oasis Project
Creating a local food movement in Miami since 2009 accessible to all, Urban Oasis Project now manages the Upper Eastside Farmers Market and offers the Florida Access Bucks program at 4 markets to accept SNAP benefits and double their value.  They’ve planted over 100 free gardens in Miami with low-income families, and host workshops and educational events to promote sustainability and health.

About Pamela Wasabi
Pamela Wasabi is an industry leading plant based chef, certified health coach, psychology of eating counselor and a Mother. It’s her mission to help people heal their body and soul by eating a in a harmonious way that’s in accordance with Nature and their lifestyle. Today, she shares her expertise worldwide, offering lectures, workshops, classes and her high-end culinary expertise. It’s her purpose to educate, motivate and inspire others on the journey of restoring their relationship with food.
Wasabi has worked in the past for Choices Café, Oolite Restaurant & Bar, Jugo Fresh, Dr.Smood, Matthew Kenney, FitFoot (Madrid, Spain), SEED Festival 2014, 2015, Conscious Bite Out Pop up Dinner Events, in the various roles of raw, baking, pastry, plant based chef and educator.

About Verde Farm
Verde Farm and Market is an organic farm designed to create good food, skills training and jobs for the formerly homeless community living at Verde Gardens. This holistic approach teaches connection with our food and nutrition in a supportive environment. Verde Farms produce is found at the Upper Eastside Farmers Market, SW Community Farmers Market, Las Olas Farmers Market and the Adrienne Arsht Center Market, and is also available as a weekly farmshare.  Verde Farm and Market are managed by Carrfour Supportive Housing as part of the Verde Gardens Community, designed as permanent assisted housing for formerly homeless families.

About Seed Food and Wine Festival
Seed Food & Wine, presented by Whole Foods Market, is the first plant-based food and wine festival in the country. SFWF celebrates delicious plant-based foods, fine wines, craft beers, spirits, and lifestyle products and companies, while raising health awareness. Events include upscale dinners, film screening, garden parties, and a Southern brunch, all leading up to a large-scale outdoor festival featuring food, wine, juices, music, gifts, organic body care, clothing, yoga, and everything that celebrates conscious plant-based living. Whether vegan, veggie-curious or you just dig meatless Monday, anyone who enjoys fresh, locally-sourced food will appreciate SFWF. The Festival will gather some of the most talented speakers, chefs, celebrities, athletes and authors for a fun, educational, sexy, hip but most of all delicious, week of food, cocktails, film, parties, and events.

About Zignum Mezcal | The Real Spirit of Mexico
Mezcal is a traditional Mexican spirit produced by cooking, fermenting and distilling extracted juices from Green agave plants native to the state of Oaxaca. With more than 400 years of history, it is Mexico´s oldest spirit, an integral part of Mexican culture full of legends, history, flavors and folklore. By linking the spirit of the original artisanal process with new-school Mezcaleros and modern techniques, Zignum Mezcal produces the most refined, and premium form of mezcal – stripped of excess and primed for mixability. Zignum Mezcal extracts the juices of the agave plant before steam-cooking them, which eliminates the smoky taste characteristic of traditional mezcals and reduces the levels of methanol and saturated alcohols. Unlike other mezcals, the result is a silky smooth spirit that can be appreciated in cocktails as well as sipped neat.

About Counter Culture
Counter Culture is dedicated to the population, economy, and environment of South Florida. Our kombucha features seasonal flavors from local sustainable farms. Kombucha is an ancient fermented tea rich in microorganisms, the source of human health, vitality, and longevity. Empty Counter Culture bottles are returned and reused, a joint effort with our customers to reduce carbon footprint. Our food waste is composted.  We use corn-based and sugar-based cups, lids, and straws. These are just a few examples of how we contribute to the health of consumers, the economy, and the environment.

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