Chef Dewey LoSasso of North One 10 cooks it up with children from the Center


As part of the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education’s health and nutrition program, Chef Dewey LoSasso of North One 10 led Pre-K children through a cooking class. The menu included healthy, nutritious, easy-to-make snacks including broccoli trees and dip and yogurt, honey and fruit parfaits. Parents of participating children were invited to join in the culinary fun as a Mother’s Day treat.

A founding member of the 1980s era “Mango Gang,” a group of bold young chefs who put South Florida’s fresh, tropical-accented cuisine on the national culinary map, Dewey LoSasso’s (42) growth as a groundbreaking chef has not slowed since those days. He has continued to pioneer modern cuisine, making a name for himself as a talented innovator in Miami and later New York City. After three years of rave reviews in New York and numerous stints as guest chef in kitchens around the world, LoSasso and wife Dale (41), a veteran restaurant manager and wine director, returned to Miami to open their first joint venture, North One 10. Since, the duo have earned popular and critical acclaim, including rave reviews in The Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel, a nod from the Miami New Times as “Best New Restaurant” and a guest host spot for chef LoSasso on a Survivor-style culinary reality series which aired exclusively on CBS.