Three-time Grammy Award winning artist, Wyclef Jean, will be honoured at the Chefs of Caribbean Celebrity Brunch to be held in Little Haiti, Miami.
The event, which is slated to take place next Saturday (May 20), will be done in celebration of Haitian Heritage Month, as observed in the United States.
Haitian Heritage Month recognises the rich history and culture of Haitians through showcasing art, culture, food, music, and more. The month-long celebration pays tribute to the Haitian community for their valuable contributions to South Florida.
City of Miami chairwoman Christine King, Miami Dade county commissioner Keon Hardemon, and the Little Haiti Optimist Club have invited culinary enthusiasts to attend and experience the best of the Caribbean country and other islands.
The brunch is a signature event during Haitian Heritage Month. It is a culinary explosion of Caribbean inspired dishes prepared by multiple celebrity chefs and restaurants featuring delicious dishes, island-themed desserts, specialty beverages, and spirits.
Participating chefs from various Caribbean countries will pay homage to Jean for his philanthropic, business, and entertainment achievements.
Attendees can expect to feast on scrumptious dishes prepared by: Chef Creole (Haiti/Bahamas),Chef the Rose (Haiti), Top Chef Ron Duprat (Haiti), Chef Irie (Jamaica), Chef Cat (Trinidad/Jamaica), Chef Danny Penalo (Dominican Republic), Chef Rob (Haiti), Chef Michel France (Haiti), Chef Keith Reed (Bahamas) and Chef Garfield (Jamaica).
As a bonus, guests will also enjoy an Art Beat Miami Haitian Heritage Month art exhibit featuring artists such as Voltaire ‘Mr. V’ Charles-Marc, OliGa, Zeek Mathias, Jonas Exume, Reginald Georges, Frantz Charlemagne, Addonis Parker, Nate Dee, Vladymir Acloque curated by Lobey Art & Travel and musical performances by local and national artists.
Additionally, it is promised that each guest will receive a Haitian Heritage Month commemorative poster entitled: Together for a Better Little Haiti.
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