♦ Coming soon … a 3D printer that prints food. Dubbed the ChefJet 3D Printer, the device (which is expected to retail for $5,000 to $10,000, depending on the model) prints three dimensional objects made from sugar and then flavored. Looks like an interesting toy for pastry chefs. Your move, Bachour.
♦ Short Order reports that Paradise Farms in Homestead is for sale. The farm is best known as a supplier of micro-greens and edible flowers, among other things, for area restaurants. They also host the “Dinner in Paradise” series each year, where diners tour the farm and enjoy a multi-course meal prepared by accomplished local chefs.
♦ Finally, Miami.com reports that Prime Fish, the aquatic cousin of the bovine Prime 112 and the expressive Prime Italian, is planning to open towards the end of the month. The restaurant is in the former Nemo space in the same South of Fifth neighborhood as the other Primes. With more and more restaurants cropping up in the neighborhood, good luck finding a Prime Parking Space.