Taste of Tamarac

October 13th, 2018

Who Attends

After 15 successful years the local community look forward to having 30 restaurants and 30 non-food businesses under 1 roof for one Saturday lunch of the year. As much as you can eat for $10 (adult) $5 (under 12) is an offer that no one wants to miss. But the event is more than that, community groups perform on stage, music and dancing, quizzes, raffles, chef demos have all offered something to the Taste of Tamarac. Live entertainment, dunk a cop, art exhibitors, charity collection, face painters, BSO Explores, Fire Cadets, Teen volunteers, business volunteers make this event a great community event and things to do in Broward.

City officials, Chamber Board members, members, local residents, local schools pitch in to welcome everyone to Tamarac and ensure visitors enjoy their stay here and enjoy lunch together. Partners like Broward Health Coral Springs, Waste Management, City Furniture, Arrigo come out and engage.

If you are a partner, vendor, participating performer you will have up 1,000 people passing through the 3 and half hours giving you plenty of exposure and visibility for your business or organization.

If you have any questions on attendees, demographics please contact the Tamarac North Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce today 954-722-1520 or info@tamaracnorthlauderdale.org.

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Chef Shermika Lyons "Chef Mika"

Chef Shermika Lyons known to all her students as "Chef Mika" is a native Floridian from Miami. Chef Mika enjoys cooking and teaching so much that she left behind a career in law to pursue her love and passion for cooking. Chef Mika graduated from the International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale with a Bachelor Degree in Culinary Management. She enjoys preparing all types of cuisines from Floribbean to European, and invites her students to discover their “inner chef” when cooking and baking any delicious creation. Chef Mika is a certified Chef with the American Culinary Federation and is the newly elected President of the Broward Chapter of the organization. Chef Mika has been teaching at ARC Broward Learning Institute for the past 2 year and is the Lead Chef Instructor, she truly enjoys teaching culinary theories and concepts to her students in addition to preparing them to enter the culinary workforce via ARC Broward Learning Institute’s 16 week entry level Culinary Arts program. Chef Mika is a resident Chef in First Lady Michelle Obama’s Chefs move to schools healthy eating initiative and travels to many elementary schools in Broward County creating healthy eating presentations for school-age children, she especially loves making appearances at her daughter’s elementary school. In her spare time Chef Mika is also the owner and executive chef of Chef Mika’s, LLC; a full service catering company (www.chefmika.com). She was recently featured in “Go Riverwalk Magazine” as One of Fort Lauderdale’s Top Favorite Female Chefs!!

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Chef Michelle Jones "Chef Jones"

Chef Michelle Jones "Chef Jones" of City of Tamarac, Youth Recreation Cooking Program and Here's Help, Inc., Culinary Arts Program. Chef Jones has been involved in the culinary world for the past 20 years. She has always had a creative and imaginary side and decided to pursue a degree in Interior Design at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. After receiving a degree in Interior Design, she decided to switch majors and pursue her passion for food with acquiring a Bachelors Degree in Culinary Arts & Management.This is where her love for food expresses itself through tasteful creations in the kitchen and through her imaginative dishes from varied cuisines.

Chef Jones has always had a heart for others and loves to give back to her community. She has made it one of her main priorities to support healthy eating habits catering especially to the younger generation. She supports Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" program, which is "America's Move to Raise a Healthier Generation of Kids" and has been working with the Mayors of different South Florida cities for several years implementing a similar program called "Let's Jump".

She is constantly creating fun, healthy, easy recipes that she shares and teaches through summer camp cooking classes, as well as evening classes in the surrounding cities for young people so that they can enjoy a healthier and more productive lifestyle. Her addiction to this cause has led her to acquire sponsorship from some of the biggest companies in South Florida like the Jamaican food giant Grace Kennedy and the Spanish-American spice giant Badia.

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