Category: <span>Recipes</span>

What’s in Season – November
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What’s in Season – November

Florida farmers continue to work hard to keep the grocery stores stocked & food on the table! Help support local farmers by shopping fresh & local – and wherever you shop, Demand American Grown. With the Fresh from Florida “What’s In Season” tool, you can easily discover what’s currently in season. Plus, you can find a...

What’s in Season – September
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What’s in Season – September

Florida farmers continue to work hard to keep the grocery stores stocked & food on the table! Help support local farmers by shopping fresh & local – and wherever you shop, Demand American Grown. With the Fresh from Florida “What’s In Season” tool, you can easily discover what’s currently in season. Plus, you can find a...

8 Methods of Cooking Corn on the Cob
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8 Methods of Cooking Corn on the Cob

How do you cook your corn on the cob? As farmers, we work hard to grow the freshest, most delicious corn on the cob, but how you cook it matters! We recently came across this awesome article from “kitchen”. To make sure you never end up with lackluster corn on the cob again, they put...

What’s in Season – August
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What’s in Season – August

Florida farmers continue to work hard to keep the grocery stores stocked & food on the table! Help support local farmers by shopping fresh & local – and wherever you shop, Demand American Grown. With the Fresh from Florida “What’s In Season” tool, you can easily discover what’s currently in season. Plus, you can find a...

What’s in Season – July
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What’s in Season – July

Florida farmers continue to work hard to keep the grocery stores stocked & food on the table! Help support local farmers by shopping fresh & local – and wherever you shop, Demand American Grown. With the Fresh from Florida “What’s In Season” tool, you can easily discover what’s currently in season. Plus, you can find a...

Oven-Roasted Corn on the Cob
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Oven-Roasted Corn on the Cob

June 11, 2020, is National Corn on the Cob Day! What better way to celebrate than with a delicious corn on the cob recipe courtesy of Southern Living. Fresh corn on the cob is a summertime treat people from all corners of the United States look forward to as we start the picnic season. Boiling,...

Farmers’ Market Pasta Salad
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Farmers’ Market Pasta Salad

Buying fresh fruits and vegetables is one of the best ways you can help your farmers during this time! Farmers are still farming and they need grocery shoppers to buy fresh. This delicious Farmers’ Market Pasta Salad from Southern Living is an easy way to add a ton of fresh produce to your plate! You...

What’s in Season – May
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What’s in Season – May

Florida farmers continue to work hard to keep the grocery stores stocked & food on the table! Help support local farmers by shopping fresh & local – and wherever you shop, Demand American Grown. With the Fresh from Florida “What’s In Season” tool, you can easily discover what’s currently in season. Plus, you can find a...

Sautéed Cabbage
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Sautéed Cabbage

Some people think of cabbage as the stuff in coleslaw, while others may consider it the once a year St. Patrick’s Day food, but this recipe is about to change your thoughts about cabbage! This healthy Sautéed Cabbage is low in calories (just 77 per serving!). It also offers tons of Vitamin C and fiber....

What’s in Season – February
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What’s in Season – February

In Florida, you’re never far from where Florida farmers, fishermen, & ranchers grow & harvest the goods we love to enjoy. In fact, agriculture has more than a $132 billion economic impact across our state, while providing 2,204,400 jobs & local sources of food. Each month, you can help to support your state’s economy, as...