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Blueberry Waldorf Salad

Blueberry Waldorf Salad is fresh, colorful combination of sweet Florida blueberries and tart apples. The first commercial crop of little blue dynamos traveled from farm to table 100 years ago and have been a favorite in homes across America ever since. Native to North America, blueberries have been around for ... Read More »

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Watermelon Greek Salad

Watermelon Greek Salad kicks off my love of the Florida watermelon harvest. Grown in the western parts of the state, from north Collier to Columbia counties, watermelon is in season from late March through mid-July. Red watermelon is a good source of lycopene, a phytonutrient that gives watermelon its color. Lycopene is ... Read More »

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Chicken Thighs with Sauteed Radishes

Chicken Thighs with Sauteed Radishes combines several Florida ingredients for wonderfully balanced late spring meal. But my favorite ingredient in this recipe is the radish. Radishes are a fast-growing crop and grow from seed to edible plant in just 25 days, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer ... Read More »

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Meet Scott Marlowe Cryptozoologist and TV Personality

Scott Marlowe puts his Cryptozoologist background to work in Television. During his time in Washington DC Marlowe had made several appearances on television using his expertise.  It was after 2005 when Marlowe was approached by the Discovery Channel to provide research and use his expertise on shows produced for the ... Read More »

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Breast implant associated lymphoma, an update

After the blockbuster success of Jaws drove people out of the ocean in droves, the tagline for Jaws 2 simply said, “Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water…..”. This could serve equally well for any number of situations in medicine. One of these is ... Read More »

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Blueberry Pie

Blueberry Pie is the dessert du jour because April 28 is national Blueberry Pie Day. The timing is perfect for Florida growers because our berries are in plentiful supply. Florida’s history of blueberries began with wild berries in the late 1800s, according to the Florida Blueberry Growers Association.  The industry ... Read More »

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STEAM and Discovering Bridges of Jacksonville

STEAM and Discovering Bridges of Jacksonville by William Jackson, Educator and STEAM Advocate The ability to bring excitement and passion to children is through hands on learning and integrating the use of video in the instructional process. The implementation of hands on learning along with interactive engagement and passion allows ... Read More »

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Orlando’s Secret Gardens

Last weekend we were finally able to tour “The Private Gardens of Historic Orlando” – this time featuring the beautiful landscapes of the Lake Eola Heights neighborhoods. It was the 8th bi-annual tour, so it took us long enough to finally join the party. We toured ten homes throughout Lake Eola ... Read More »

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