The brunch goes on

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The South Beach Wine & Food Festival starts tonight with a barbecue.

The weekend ahead will bring sit-down dinners, demos, strolling sampling events, a burger bash, wine tastings and brunch. Lots of brunch.

The brunches start Saturday when Bobby Flay shows off dishes from his restaurants and "Brunch @ Bobby's" on Cooking Channel. Daniel Boulud hosts brunch in his db Bistro Moderne downtown Miami along with Napa Valley's Dolce Winery.

Brunch continues on Sunday when country star, Food Network host and cookbook author Trisha Yearwood shares some of her favorite recipes in her festival debut at Loews Miami Beach Hotel.

The A-List Farm to Table Brunch tops off the festival brunch offerings when three women chefs from New York City using the garden at Essensia at Palms Hotel in Miami Beach to create their menus.

Amanda Freitag, Alex Guarnaschelli and Anita Lo each shared a brunch recipe to try at home.

While most festival events are sold out, go to SobeFest.com to see.

John Tanasychuk

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