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Irish Onion Soup with Cheddar Croutons

Irish Onion Soup with Cheddar Croutons will warm you up on this chilly day or be the savory supper you are looking for this Friday when St. Patrick’s Day colors the world green. This recipe highlights several Florida crops including sweet onions, celery and fresh herbs. Florida beef and dairy are ... Read More »

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Bring EdCamps To Africa To Build Collaboration and Connectedness

Bring EdCamps To Africa To Build Collaboration and Connectedness by Professor William Jackson – Edward Waters College Kiswahili [another term for Swahili] the proverb “Asiyefunzwa na mamae hufunzwa na ulimwengu,” shares the responsibility of the community (village), or town or city to raise/educate children. The exposure to educational strategies, concepts, ... Read More »

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Peanut Butter Cup Icebox Pie

Peanut Butter Cup Icebox Pie is an easy dessert that makes good use of convenience products. My pantry has a few mixes in pouches and boxes that are real time savers when I need to put together something fast for a potluck, picnic or tailgate. I like that this recipe celebrates Florida peanut and dairy ... Read More »

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Shrimp and Ratatouille Pasta

Shrimp and Ratatouille Pasta is a keeper. There are thousands of shrimp species across the globe and Florida is home to five: Royal reds, white shrimp, pink shrimp, brown shrimp and rock shrimp. Collectively the sunshine state, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama harvest 70 percent of the nation’s oysters, 69 ... Read More »

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St Patrick’s Day In Savannah

St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, for some a bucket list item, for others it’s the chance to wake the morning after feeling a wee bit green. We’ve highlighted some Savannah places to eat in the past, but today the focus is on St. Patrick’s Day. Savannah loves St. Patrick’s Day, ... Read More »

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EdCamp St. Augustine What An Adventure in Learning

EdCamp St. Augustine What An Adventure in Learning by Elisha Taylor and William Jackson Jacksonville, Florida Welcome from William and Elisha https://youtu.be/hYl1-q6tP6w The exposure to diverse technologies, the collaboration with educators with years of experience is important for new educators and pre-service educators choosing a career in education. Diversity builds ... Read More »

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Are we mollycoddling new physicians?

Today’s Sentinel posted an article about new rules regulating the hours that young doctors in training can work. It rescinds the previous limit of 18 hours straight and allows 24 hour shifts. Over the years, I have watched with growing alarm from a distance as the issue of how hard ... Read More »

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Honey-Bronzed Brisket

Honey-Bronzed Brisket showcases the citrus florals of orange blossom honey. Florida has many varieties of honey, each with unique flavor profiles. Tupelo, which is from the panhandle, is a light golden-amber color with a greenish tint and has a very mild, floral taste. Gallberry offers a dark, stronger flavored liquid. ... Read More »

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Teaching Our Youth To Be Cautious On Social Media

Teaching Our Youth To Be Cautious On Social Media by William Jackson speaking at The Bridge of Northeast Florida Recent deaths by suicide on Social Media, the use of drugs and alcohol as glamorous and exciting, sexual exploitation, Sexting, Cyberbullying, threats, intimidation and the use of Social Media to make ... Read More »

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