Showing posts with label Miami Florida. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Miami Florida. Show all posts

08 December 2017

The Flavor of Miami, Florida : My Childhood Memory

A memory of growing up in Miami, Florida? Good food all around me.  This suggested book (in the post) is a 1993 publication but it reminds me of home.  Hope you enjoy reading the post and the related posts recommended below.


English: Panoramic image of South Beach, the s...
English: Panoramic image of South Beach, the southern end of Miami Beach in Miami, Florida Español: Imagen panorámica de South Beach, la punta más sur de Miami Beach en Miami, Florida (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



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08 May 2015

Exotic Fruit: Pomegranates

Grew up in Miami, South Florida, which is just a 30-minute plane ride to The Bahamas. Both places have a wonderful array of all kinds of fruit – some people say tropical fruit, some say exotic fruit – no matter! It's fruit like sugar apples, star fruit, etc. and they are exquisitely delicious. 

But one of the fruits that I find the most enjoyable doesn't grow in either places. POMEGRANATES! I really love pomegranates. Did you know this fruit has a very interesting history?


(P.S. When you arrive at the page, scroll all the way down to find out where to get a recipe for Pomegranate Christmas Cake and I hope you will support the inclusion of pomegranates in the traditional Thanksgiving cornucopia by voting PRO in the Poll.)
 
Pomegranate Fruits. Español: Una granada, frut...

Pomegranate Fruits.  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



EES shares recipes, cooking tips
and all things foodie!

 



26 March 2015

Tropical Conch Salad Recipe | SparkRecipes

So very excited to share this wonderful variation of a Bahamian dish that defines my life, growing up in Miami, Florida. It never occurred to me to make these changes to the classic recipe by adding two delightfully sweet ingredients - mango and pineapple.  Need to get your serving of fruits and vegetables?  Try this!

Tropical Conch Salad Recipe | SparkRecipes




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and all things foodie!

 





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