Monthly Archives: December 2010
|December 13, 2010||Posted by admin under FAPC|
Gaby’s Farm is a family run business located in South Florida. They specialize in making tropical fruit ice cream. You heard that right – tropical fruit ice cream. Sounds amazing doesn’t it? Using only the freshest ingredients, Gaby’s grows all of the fruit used in their ice cream on their farm located in the Redland […] continue reading
|December 10, 2010||Posted by admin under Produce|
There is a lot of fresh Florida produce on sale this week in our Southern grocery stores. Make sure to look for our logo or the word ‘Florida’ when you pick out your produce to ensure it is from Florida. If you’re not sure, just ask the Produce manager! Click on the store name to […] continue reading
|December 10, 2010||Posted by admin under Agriculture, Farms, Horticulture|
Last week, Franco and Sigrid Camacho, owners of Bavarian Christmas Tree Farm in Tallahassee presented the Cabinet members with Florida-grown Christmas Trees for their offices in the Capitol. Commissioner Bronson is promoting Florida Christmas trees because of their environmental and economical impact on the state. “Artificial trees are primarily manufactured overseas largely out of metals and plastic, so […] continue reading
|December 9, 2010||Posted by admin under Events, Kids, Nutrition|
Our Fresh from Florida and Fresh from Florida Kids programs will be hosting two nutrition and health sessions and a booth at the upcoming Healthy Baby Community Baby Shower in Tallahassee on Saturday. There will be games, prizes, giveaways, food, health screenings and educational information available for attendees. The shower is open to pregnant women, new […] continue reading
|December 3, 2010||Posted by admin under Produce|
There is a lot of fresh Florida produce on sale this week throughout many Florida stores. Look for either our logo or “Florida” to make sure you’re getting the right items! Click on the store name to locate the one nearest you: Albertsons Cucumbers, $0.69 each Tomatoes, $10.00 for 10 lbs Eggplant, $10.00 for 10 […] continue reading
|December 3, 2010||Posted by admin under Events, Seafood|
On October 15 & 16th of this year, the city of Cedar Key held it’s annual seafood festival, but with a new twist for 2010. A special musical culinary event was held on Saturday, October 16th called Dueling Banjos/Dueling Clams. Two of Florida’s celebrity chefs, Dean Max (Executive Chef at 3030 Ocean Restaurant in Fort […] continue reading
|December 2, 2010||Posted by admin under Cooking, FAPC|
“Tasting is believing” and once you taste Everglades Seasoning, you’ll believe. Everglades produces many types of seasonings and sauces. They are most well known for their Everglades All Purpose Seasoning. It works perfectly with almost anything you use it on – chicken, steak, seafood, you name it. Personally, I’ve tried it and it is delicious! […] continue reading
“Tasting is believing” and once you taste Everglades Seasoning, you’ll believe. Everglades produces many types of seasonings and sauces. They are most well known for their Everglades All Purpose Seasoning. It works perfectly with almost anything you use it on – chicken, steak, seafood, you name it. Personally, I’ve tried it and it is delicious!
In addition to the all purpose seasoning, they have several other products. Their spiciest option, Everglades Heat, is a hot & spicy seasoning for chili, while their Everglades Fish & Chicken Seasoning works well on seafood, and their Cactus Dust BBQ Rub is great used on ribs, chicken and steaks. They have a couple new products out, including the award-winning Moppin BBQ Sauce and the Everglades Pre-Seasoned Breader, which is great for frying chicken, wild game, pork chops or vegetables.
A proud Florida company, Everglades prides themselves on producing great products, which can now be found in many major retailers in the South including: Publix, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Winn Dixie, Sweetbay, Albertson’s, USave and Whole Foods.
Starting December 1st, all orders over $45 will receive free shipping online or over the phone. Check out their website here or give them a call at 800-689-2221.
Thanks to generosity of Everglades Seasoning, we’ve got a special giveaway just for our blog readers and Facebook/Twitter fans! Leave a comment on this blog post telling us how you would use Everglades Seasoning and you will be entered to win one (1) Everglades Seasoning Shack (as pictured).
It contains one of each: 8 oz. Everglades, 6 oz.Heat, 6 oz. Fish & Chicken, 6 oz Cactus Dust & 15 oz. Moppin BBQ Sauce. We will pick 3 winners at random on Friday, December 3, 2010 at 12:00 pm. Winners will be contacted via the email address they leave in the comment box. Only one entry per email address allowed.