Stories with 'fruit' tag

Things to do on Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road has many other things besides shopping at one of its many stores. Walk around under the road’s architecture landscapes, grab a bite or drink, learn about its design and development history or sit down and just enjoy the crowd passing by. The cultural mix on every block is definitely something to embrace and take a part in.

/ June 1, 2018


Here’s the info you need on an exotic fruit Miami knows well: Mamey

This month we’ve been profiling four exotic fruits you can find all over Miami and how to eat them. Our final fruit is a Miami favorite, the mamey.

/ April 25, 2018


Dying to try dragon fruit? Here’s more info on this exotic fruit

This month we’ve been profiling four exotic fruits you can find all over Miami and how to eat them. Dropping in with info on the dragon fruit.

/ April 18, 2018


Exotic Fruit 101: What you need to know about the papaya, and where you can get it in Miami

This month we’re profiling four exotic fruits you can find all over Miami and how to eat them. This time we’ve picked the papaya.

/ April 11, 2018


Guanábana? Soursop? Whatever you call the fruit, here’s all you need to know about it

This month we’re profiling four exotic fruits you can find all over Miami and how to eat them. First up is a funky fruit called soursop – but most of us in Miami know it as a guanábana.

/ April 4, 2018


Want to know which foods are really good for you? Learn from this Miami dietitian

Dietitian Amy Kimberlain, with Baptist Health South Florida, broke down some common questions and health myths and offered some helpful tips for Miamians.

/ March 28, 2018


This is what happens when you eat miracle fruit

Homestead fave Robert is Here sells miracle fruit among all the other weird and wonderful things he sells. We explored whether they’re worth the hype.

/ December 13, 2016


Grow a garden anywhere

Whether you have a backyard in the suburbs or a balcony in the city, you can grow your own edible garden. Let us show you how to get started.

/ July 31, 2015


Five weird Miami plants from our Homestead tour

This weekend, we took a field trip with about 25 friends and members of The New Tropic to RF Orchids, Fruit and Spice Park, and Andres Fish Farm in the Redland. We had a blast, and we learned about plants that grow in our tropical climate — whether they should grow here or not. Meet the weirdest plants we saw, and find out how to see them yourself.

/ February 2, 2015


Finding food where you least expect it

Miami has a surprisingly strong flora game—including, to our great batido delight, an incredible variety of tropical edibles. We caught up with the folks behind Forager: A Subjective Guide to Miami’s Edible Plants, for a look at finding local food out in the world.

/ January 13, 2015