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Floridians Get A Visit From Oprah's Vegan Celebrity Chef Tal Ronnen

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As a born and bred Floridian (Tampanian to be exact) I was excited to hear that my home state was getting a little visit from Oprah Winfrey’s vegan celebrity chef, Tal Ronnen.

In case you missed it, the vegan world went apples and bananas earlier this year when Oprah Winfrey decided to eat vegan after reading Kathy Freston’s Quantum Wellness. Even though her veg pledge was only for 21 days, Oprah certainly helped shine a spotlight on the vegetarian lifestyle and that makes me smile.

Of course Ecorazzi covered all of Oprah’s temporary veganisn an even hosted a friendly little debate regarding how Winfrey’s personal chef might have contributed to her level of success. Well the only way to know how Oprah ate is to eat like Oprah ate…and NOW YOU CAN!!

On October 10th Sublime restaurant will host a Guest Chef Dinner featuring Oprah’s bff, Chef Tal Ronnen. Ronnen’s five-course vegan dinner with feature dishes like Celery Root Soup with Granny Smith Apples, Artichoke “Ricotta” Tortellini with Arugula and Roasted Garlic in Saffron “Cream” Sauce and “Chicken” Scaloppini with Madeira Peppercorn Sauce. (Insert drooling noises here.)

The price for the evening is $150.00 per person and includes the meal and chance to see Ronnen in person. If you’d like to taste food from the chef that helped Oprah become more, “in harmony with life,” call (954) 539-9000 or visit SublimeRestaurant.com.

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