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"Knock the plant-based lifestyle all you want, but eating your vegetables has never been tastier."

- Andrew Fabian, SRQ Foodie Writer
 

-Check out some of our favorite off-the-cuff riffs of the old fashioned cocktail from local bars, featured in the November Food + Dining issue here.
[The Dish]  All That Glitters is Green at Deck's Plate
Andrew Fabian, andrew.fabian@srqme.com

In the before times, when veganism was some vague, fringe lifestyle, the average person probably just assumed it meant the adoption of a diet heavy in vegetables with some rudimentary pagan worship thrown in. If someone was especially savvy, they may have known the lifestyle included something about animal welfare and maybe ecological stewardship. Today, plant-based eating continues to grow as a mainstream diet not only because of the more developed conversations being had around resource management in the time of climate change, but because places like Deck’s Plate make plant-based food that just tastes good.

The delivery and take-out operation on Bee Ridge was started by brothers Erik and Evan Decker, the latter having been introduced to plant-based eating while working under Ryan Boeve at both Pomona Bistro and Lila. With Deck’s Plate, the Decker brothers bring copious amounts of flavor to 100% scratch-made, vegan dishes sourced almost entirely from local growers.

A falafel naan sandwich demonstrates that all that glitters is green. The naan is hand-rolled to order and cooked in a pan, making the base of the open-faced sandwich as comforting as any fresh bread. A curried red lentil hummus adds a bit of savory protein while the falafel brings more earthiness than typical fast-casual versions that just take on the taste of the deep fryer. Finally, chermoula, za-atar spice and a squeeze of lemon juice bring a brightness to a dish more flavorful than, and as filling, as any hoagie loaded with deli meats. 

Knock the plant-based lifestyle all you want, but eating your vegetables has never been tastier. 

Deck’s Plate, 2300 Bee Ridge Rd., Ste. 207, Sarasota, @decksplate

[Seasonal Recipe]  Fall's A Bisque
Chloe Cuyler, chloe@srqme.com

It’s that time of year again—Thanksgiving is right around the corner. The nights are longer and the days are shorter. You can finally pop on your favorite sweater without feeling like you’ve been locked in a sauna. But most importantly, Libby's Neighborhood Brasserie has brought back its Pumpkin Crab Bisque.

Originally released last year as part of a limited edition autumn menu, this bowl of fall-time happiness has become a hit with locals, providing a seasonal twist on a traditional comfort staple. Libby’s Pumpkin Crab Bisque combines a creamy, pumpkin-infused, housemade bisque with luscious pieces of lump crab meat, garnished with green onion, toasted almonds and a dollop of crème fraîche. 

If you need a little warmth to combat those November chills, a cup of Pumpkin Crab Bisque from Libby’s is precisely what the doctor ordered. And you’d better act fast—this bowl-o-fall is only available through Sunday, November 21. If you miss out, you’ll have to take a whole other trip around the sun before you get another chance to try it.  

Libby’s Neighborhood Brasserie Lakewood Ranch, 8445 Lorraine Rd., Sarasota, 941-357-1570; Libby’s Neighborhood Brasserie Hillview, 1917 S Osprey Ave., Sarasota, 941-487-7300, libbysneighborhoodbrasserie.com, @libbysbrasserie 

Photo courtesy of Libby's

[Medical Care]  Omeza Announces Contract with Marathon Medical

Omeza, LLC announced a contract with Marathon Medical, Inc., a primary distributor for Veterans Affairs hospitals and medical facilities. Marathon Medical is a certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business. The contract will permit Omeza to quickly ramp up its internal VA sales force, according to Jim McSweeney, Omeza’s Director of Sales – East Region.

Marathon Medical distributes medical and surgical devices, drugs, supplies and related apparatus. Selling through Marathon’s Federal Supply Schedule/General Services Administration contract, will allow Omeza to sell Omeza® Collagen Matrix, recently cleared by the FDA, Omeza® Lidocaine Lavage, and Omeza® Skin Protectant to VA hospitals and clinics, Indian Health Service hospitals and clinics, and other federal agencies. Mr. McSweeney commented, “Marathon is very well known. They will open doors for us, including within the VA and Department of Defense, expediting the availability of Omeza products to patients nationwide.”

Inquiries from medical and health professionals should be directed to info@omezapro.com. 

[Sports Achievement]  Nationally Ranked High School Runners Sign with Division One Colleges

Nationally ranked high school runners, Mary Ellen Eudaly and Caroline Lehman will officially sign with division one colleges on National Signing Day. Eudaly a two-time state champion holds a top five all-time1600, 4:44.80. Eudaly also holds a 2.13.71, 800 and 10.17.36 3200 and 5K personal best of 17:35.10. She will sign with national running powerhouse, University of Arkansas. Lehman, a three-time state champion, Adidas National 5k champion ,16:53.22 and 2-mile Florida Record Holder, 10:14.86, and 1600 PR of 4.46.03 will sign with the University of Notre Dame.

Mary Ellen Eudaly and Caroline Lehman have been teammates at Cambridge Christian School under the coaching leadership of Ray Friedman. The girls used to compete on rival teams, but since joining the same team have been able to train together and push each other to faster times. Earlier this year, Eudaly won the Florida State Championship 1,600 meter race, her PR is 4.44.80 seconds, or the fifth fastest in the history of Florida. Lehman won the Florida state championship and her PR is 10.16.48.  Their team is ranked number one in the state and 25th nationally.  

(Left to right) Nationally ranked runners Caroline Lehman and teammate Mary Ellen Eudaly will sign with Division 1 college programs on National Signing Day

Photo courtesy of Cambridge Christian School

[People]  JMX Brands Appoints Leslie Heller as Human Resource Manager

JMX Brands, the parent company to the largest online store of Amish furniture at dutchcrafters.com, has hired Leslie Heller as the inaugural human resource manager. The Sarasota-based business has added over 20 full-time positions in the past year, growing to 67 full-time employees. Heller brings a wealth of experience to the company, previously working in human resources management at Lowe’s, Gold Coast Eagle Distributing, Conway Department Stores and others.  As human resource manager, Heller works alongside CEO Jim Miller and Business Manager Doug Tuck to shape policy, develop talent, and enhance company culture. Heller holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from DeVry University, a Master of Human Resource Management from Keller Graduate School of Management, and is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM). 

Pictured: Leslie Heller

For more information click here

[Healthcare]  DOH-Sarasota Recognized as an Age-Friendly Public Health System

The Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County (DOH-Sarasota) has become the first local health department in the nation to receive recognition as an Age-Friendly Public Health System by Trust for America’s Health (TFAH). DOH-Sarasota received this honor after completing ten significant action steps as part of TFAH’s Age-Friendly Public Health Systems (AFPHS) Recognition Program. The AFPHS Recognition Program is designed to encourage and support state and local health departments to embrace their role in improving and supporting older adult health. Action steps taken to achieve this goal include data collection, listening directly to older adults to learn what matters to them, and collaboration across sectors. According to TFAH’s President and CEO J. Nadine Gracia, MD, MSCE, DOH-Sarasota has been the pioneer county health department in these efforts. To achieve AFPHS recognition, DOH-Sarasota conducted several assessments including a citizens’ opinion survey, developed a county wide multi-agency program to provide food to residents during the pandemic, developed a multi-year Community Health Improvement Plan, and recently completed its fifth-year cycle as a member of AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities. The State of Florida has been deeply committed to improving the health and well-being of older Floridians. TFAH worked directly with two-thirds of Florida’s county health departments to pilot the framework for creating AFPHS, through which the Department staff explored and expanded their roles in healthy aging. This effort included creating and supporting collaborations between the public health and aging sectors, collecting data about the state’s older adult population, and ensuring planning and programming is done through the lens of aging members of the community. 

To learn more, visit

[Fundraiser]  Sarasota Contemporary Dance Invites Supporters to 'Dance Your Part' at April 7 Fundraiser

Sarasota Contemporary Dance will hold a spring fundraiser on Sunday, April 7 at Waterworks Sarasota, 1005 Orange Avenue in Sarasota.  The event, titled “Dance Your Part,” will take place from 5:30 to approximately 8 pm. Individual tickets are $100; sponsors levels at $2,500, $1,000 and $500. A highlight of the evening will be a presentation of site-specific choreography created by the company’s artistic director, Leymis Bolaños Wilmott, in keeping with a 1920’s theme inspired by the original Sarasota Waterworks building, which dates back to 1926. There will also be live music in an informal, cocktail party atmosphere.  Nineteen-twenties-era clothing is optional. Due to space considerations, reservations are limited.  

Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased online at sarasotacomtemporarydance.org/dance-your-part, or call 941-260-8485. Sarasota Contemporary Dance (SCD) offers a series of four performances at the Cook Theater in the FSU Center for the Performing Arts.   

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[Grant Awarded]  MCS Awarded $7,125 Grant From the Community Foundation of Sarasota County

Manatee Children's Services Child Advocacy Center is the proud recipient of a grant from the Edward K. Roberts Emerging Needs Fund of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County. Funding for this project will enable MCS to hire Tracy Vanderneck, President of Phil-Com, LLC, as a consultant to implement organizational strategic planning, fundraising processes, infrastructure assessment, recommendations, and trainings on the basics of fundraising for MCS board and staff. Working with a consultant gives us the potential to increase our financial abilities and consistently meetour agency goal of reducing child abuse recidivism. Fundraising plays an integral role in MCS’s ability to meet our mission and build a solid financial capacity. Tracy Vanderneck will train all MCS board members and staff, which will help maximize our fundraising efforts, better share our mission with the communities we serve, and attract more volunteers. 



[SOON]  GRAB BAG: WSLR + Fogartyville: Sustainable Communities Workshop , November 10, 9am-4:30pm

Register now for the 16th Annual Sustainable Communities Workshop, set for Nov. 10. Under a “Roots of Sustainability” theme, we’re excited to bring you this workshop as an online meeting, allowing expert speakers, panelists and audience members to join in from around the world. While we continue to develop this year’s workshop (check back here for the latest information), read on to learn what this amazing, day-long event delivered last year. Registration cost: General: $10 and Student: $5. Registration fee includes access to a live, full-day workshop with expert speakers, breakout sessions, and opportunities to network and connect with others. Featured speakers already committed to this informational and inspiring event, slated for 9am to 4:30pm, include: Rob Greenfield, Meg Lowman, and Tai Simpson.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Discover Sarasota Tours: Sarasota's Leading Ladies , November 10 – May 18

A city tour led by one of Sarasota’s Founding Women: Rose Wilson, Mable Ringling, Marie Selby, and Bertha Palmer, as portrayed by actress and guide Kathryn Chesley. History comes to life on this Sarasota City Tour led by Rose Wilson, Mable Ringling, Marie Selby, or Bertha Palmer, as portrayed by actress and guide Kathryn Chesley. Each week’s 90-minute tour features a different leading founder and focuses on her contributions to Sarasota. Tour ticket includes FREE Parking.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Van Wezel: An Evening with Bruce Hornsby , November 11, 7pm

Bruce Hornsby, the creatively insatiable pianist and singer-songwriter from Williamsburg, Virginia, always has succeeded on his exceptional gifts, his training and his work ethic. He has collaborated with Ricky Skaggs and the Grateful Dead. He has scored films and performed with symphony orchestras. Hornsby describes his new album Absolute Zero as “a compendium of what I like and moves me.” Prepare for a multi-faceted ride on November 11, 2021 at 7pm.

Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, 777 North Tamiami Trail

[SOON]  GALLERY: Madeby Gallery: 8th Annual Alumni and Veterans Show , November 11 – December 13, Gallery hours.

The Eighth Annual Alumni and Veterans Show will run from November 11 to December 13, 2021 with a Zoom Reception on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 from 5pm to 6:30pm. You are invited to view exciting new work by Ringling College Alumni and Veterans. This multi-media exhibition includes artwork from this extraordinary group. The show features a wide variety of media, styles, and approaches from emerging and established alumni and veterans practicing a diverse range of art using mediums including painting, digital design, drawings, prints, and mixed media. All artwork will be on display online only on this page from November 11 through December 13. To purchase please call 941-822-0442 and make arrangements for curbside pickup or shipping.

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Celery Fields Sustainability Day , November 11, 9am-12pm

Come out and meet the organizations that are bringing Sarasota County to the forefront of sustainability as part of the Sustainable Communities Workshop on Thursday, November 11, 2021 from 9am to 12pm. Sarasota Audubon Society hosts this event at their LEED Green Nature Center and Native Gardens. Tour the building which is net zero solar powered. Then tour the gardens and discover the beauty and essential nature of native Florida plants. Stocking Savvy independent consulting firm will be in the picnic area sharing their techniques for restoring Florida using ecological principles. This can be done in your own backyard, or on a large landscape scale. Native Plants will be available for purchase. Eco-Flora Project with Marie Selby Botanical Gardens to assemble new, original observations and data on the state’s flora Florida Veterans for Common Sense Fund will lead a tour to the native micro-forest that was planted last year in cooperation with Sarasota County NEST to sequester carbon in the soil. Tour is in four 20-minute segments and will last 1 hour and 20 minutes. Please arrive 10 minutes before your start time to allow for registration.

[SOON]  GALLERY: WSLR + Fogartyville: Peace is Patriotic Art Opening , November 11, 7-10pm

On Veteran’s Day, Thursday, November 11, Fogartyville will open its 2021/2022 Visual Arts Gallery season with Peace is Patriotic, a solo show by artist and educator Mark Runge of Miami, Florida. Mark will demonstrate his longtime work using gunpowder as an art medium. A reception will be held from 7-10pm and includes a social hosted by the Florida Veterans for Common Sense, a cash bar, a gunpowder art demonstration, and Bill Schustik will share a few dulcimer tunes (Mark also builds dulcimers and will have some on display). The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 5-7pm. Runge, a U.S. Army veteran who served with the 5th Combat Engineer Group during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, said he expresses his memories, or “mis-remembrances,” through his art work. While he is grateful to have served in the Army, he would rather be thanked for his lifetime membership and service with the Veterans for Peace organization.

[SOON]  GALA: The Argus Foundation: 2021 Lifetime Achievement Awards , November 11, 6pm-9pm

Next week, the Argus Foundation will be hosting its annual Lifetime Achievement Awards honoring SRV Ventures President Bob Soran, and Jack Shea, posthumous honoree who served as president of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County. Policymakers, community members, The Argus Foundation leadership and members will take place at the Sarasota Hyatt Regency Ballroom, 1000 Boulevard of the Arts on Thursday, November 11th from 6pm to 9pm. The Lifetime Achievement awards are presented once a year to honor business leaders of Sarasota County who have made tremendous contributions to the community throughout their lives. Interested community members must register to attend. Seating is limited.

[SOON]  MUSIC: WSLR + Fogartyville: Riverhawk Music Festival , November 11 – November 14

Riverhawk Music Festival will be held Thursday, November 11th through Sunday, November 14th at the Sertoma Youth Ranch near Dade City Florida. The festival features over 20 Nationally touring bands on multiple stages including Shinyribs, SugarCane Jane, Appalachian Road Show and Blue Mother Tupelo. Riverhawk Music Festival is a four-day music festival with an eclectic array of music featuring Americana, Bluegrass, Jamgrass, Celtic, Newgrass, Cajun and more. 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: McCurdy's Comedy Theatre: Mike Paramore , November 11 – November 13, 7pm, 6:30pm, and 8:50pm

Mike Paramore has performed at the Just for Laughs Festival, Cleveland Comedy Festival, winner of Laughing Devil Festival in NYC, winner of the Laugh Fest's best in the midwest competition, winner of Best of the Fest in the 2018 Big Pine Comedy Festival and was a featured on AXTV's Live at Gotham in NYC, and is a featured comedian on FOX's hit show "Laughs." He will perform from November 11 to 13 at 7pm, 6:30pm, and 8:50pm.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Van Wezel: Straight No Chaser , November 12, 8pm

Chart-topping a cappella group Straight No Chaser returns to Sarasota on Friday, November 12 at 8pm. Their “Back In The High Life” tour marks the group’s return to in-person shows after a year of cancellations due to the pandemic. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 21 at 10am. Tickets for the November show at the Van Wezel are $29.50-$69.50 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10am and 4pm. To view a full listing of upcoming events, visit www.VanWezel.org.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Sunshine from Darkness: Inspiring Hope Dinner , November 12, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Inspiring Hope Dinner will take place on Friday, Nov. 12, 2021 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at The Ritz-Carlton Sarasota, 1111 Ritz-Carlton Drive. This inspirational evening will feature entertainment and celebrity speakers Darryl Strawberry, The retired Major League Baseball great will talk about his mental health and addiction journey, and Steve Ford, The actor and son of former President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford will discuss his struggles with addiction and depression, who will be recognized for their mental health advocacy and achievements in an evening supporting this vital cause. The rest of the lineup will be announced by May.

[SOON]  MUSIC: WSLR + Fogartyville: Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound , November 12, 8pm

Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound bring forth a funky, lyrically charged racket that is explosive, yet intimate on Friday, November 12 at 8pm. Taking cues from the dance bands of western Louisiana (and his native Midwest,), the streets (and 45’s) of New Orleans, touring African and Caribbean combos and the soul, funk & blues of his youth, Paul Cebar is a masterful synthesist of rhythmic culture. His time spent in his second home of New Orleans, as a musicologist in Florida, and as a journeyman wanderer in Cuba, is reflected in his musical worldview. At the core is gifted songwriting, and the company Paul keeps bears it out. Bonnie Raitt, Nick Lowe, Chris Smither, John Hiatt and Cesar Rosas are among his friends and admirers. Tomorrow Sound are an elite crew. Drummer Reggie Bordeaux, New Orleans native percussionist Mac Perkins, and bassist Mike Fredrickson, throw down some of the best dance grooves in the business.Multi instrumentalist Bob Jennings adds the luxury of implying a much larger ensemble with his multi hued contributions on keys and reeds.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Selby Gardens: En Plein Air Painting Class: November , November 1 – November 24, 10:30am-12:30pm

Similar to French Impressionists, students in this open-air painting course will learn techniques of art in nature and apply landscape and close-up painting skills to understand perspective. Students will learn an approach to rendering acrylics, how to mix and build layers of colors, various stroke techniques, and reference materials for clarity. Open to artists of all ages/experience levels. En Plein Air Painting Class will take place on Mondays & Wednesdays from 10:30am to 12:30pm on November 1 & 3, 8 & 10, 15 & 17, 22 & 24. Class Fee: Members $135/Non-members $150. Class Size: 9 Students. Instructor: Norma Albertha Winter.

[SOON]  THEATER: FSU/Asolo Conservatory: Everybody , November 2 – November 21, Varies.

A modern take on the fourteenth-century morality play Everyman, this new play follows the character of Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance!) as they journey through the meaning of life, and most importantly, of death. A finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize, the play is absurdly witty, very moving, and unlike anything you’ve seen in the theatre. Everybody will take place November 3-21, 2021 with Previews on November 2, 2021. 

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Big Cat Habitat & Gulf Coast Sanctuary: Lemur Yoga , November 14, 10:45am

Join Big Cat Habitat for our Lemur Yoga fundraising event, in collaboration with instructor Erika Cain on Sunday, November 14th, 2021, Doors Open at 10:30am, 60-Minute Flow Begins at 10:45am. This is a unique interactive animal experience with gentle yoga weaved into the adventure. Erika will guide you through a yoga flow in our intimate encounter area, while our two beautiful Ruffed Lemurs, Marley and Ziggy, freely leap around and connect with you. Allow yourself to be transformed by this exclusive experience as you become immersed in the outdoor environment and powerful energy of the lemurs. This alignment-based class synchronizes breath with movement for you to deepen the mind-body connection and tune into your spirit animal. Practice is for most levels, giving you the opportunity to be gentle on your body. Big Cat Habitat hopes that this event will help guests connect with our majestic animals in a new way and support our mission to provide a safe, loving and permanent home for big cats and other exotic creatures in need. We take pride in educating our guests on the importance of species preservation to ensure the survival of these magnificent animals for future generations and to keep alive the human-animal connection in our world and in our community. Registration is $125 per person; includes interactive animal encounter, yoga flow and a single day pass to return to the habitat during normal business hours. (Friday through Sunday 12pm-4pm). Only six spaces available. Advanced reservations ONLY. What to bring: Yoga mat, towel and any props to assist your practice. Complimentary refreshments and light snacks available.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Guitar Sarasota: Emerging Artist Series: Duo Excelsa , November 15, 7:30pm

Join Guitar Sarasota for a six-concert series that showcases local and regional musicians who perform a 45-minute concert, followed by a question and answer session. Free and open to the public, thanks to a generous and ongoing grant from the Vera and Imre Hecht Foundation, these concerts entertain, educate, and raise awareness of the beauty of classical guitar music. Duo Excelsa with Erol Ozsever, Guitar, and Francesca Arnone, Flute, will take place at 7:30pm on Monday, November 15, 2021 at St. Paul Lutheran Church. From performing at National Sawdust to St. Martin-in-the-Fields, and creating successful flute events and seminars at universities, Ms. Arnone has partnered with presenters and schools to program concerts and design experiences that help audiences and musicians discover and access the full range of human emotions to expand our awareness of music as an inclusive, unifying experience. Dr. Erol Ozsever began playing guitar at age 10. After witnessing performances from world-renowned concert artists, he began studying classical guitar. He graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Music Degree from Middle Tennessee State University, and then went on to earn a Master and Doctor of Music Degrees. He has received numerous awards including the top prize for graduate strings in the 2008 Indianapolis Matinee Musicale and 1st prize at the 2009 Rosario Guitar Competition.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast: Annual Giving Tree Toy Drive , November 8 – December 3

Fifth Third Bank is partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast for its annual Giving Tree Toy Drive campaign. The Giving Tree Toy Drive program will begin on November 8, 2021 and end on December 3, 2021. Each Fifth Third financial center will host a “Giving Tree” decorated with gift tags with specific information that pertains to the need of a child in the community. We encourage you to visit any local Fifth Third Bank financial center in South Florida during the month of November to pick up your gift tag. Your donation of a gift or gift card will help make a difference and ensure a brighter holiday season for the underserved youth in our community. All donations can be dropped off at any local Fifth Third Bank in Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Sarasota, Manatee, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Broward and Palm Beach. To find the nearest location, visit 53.com.

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