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Top 20 Blog Posts of 2009

December 29, 2009

Wow, 2009 was a busy year for our bloggers! We made close to 300 entries on everything from alligators to landscaping. More importantly, we are happy to say that our blog has made it to the 1-year-old mark and is still alive and kicking! If you haven’t been with us since the beginning, we’ve compiled a list of our 20 most-read posts from the past year to get you up to speed.

20. Redland Raised in Stores Now (November)
Publix’s new brand puts produce grown in South Florida on center stage
19. Homemade Beef Stew (January)
A recipe from Chef Justin that will keep you full, warm and happy during winter months
18. Enjoy Florida Watermelon (January)
Discover a new way to eat Florida watermelon – on a sandwich!
17. Sweet Corn and Ricotta Fritters (July)
We celebrate “National Corn Fritters Day”
16. Order Florida Seafood Online for the Holidays (December)
A fresh gift idea
15. Eat a PB&J (January)
Showing our support for Florida peanut farmers
14. Creamed Corn – Fresh is Best (March)
A simple recipe for a fabulous dish
13. How To Do Easy Landscaping on Your Yard (May)
Tips on using Florida plants to give your yard a makeover
12. Florida Produce: Cucumbers (September)
Everything you ever wanted to know about cucumbers
11. Alligator – The Gift that Keeps on Giving (March)
A truly one-of-a-kind gift
10. Crazy for Florida Mangoes (June)
A famous Florida chef will cook you dinner in exchange for this delicious tropical fruit
9. Alaskan Crabbers… Meet Florida Fishermen (October)
Captains from the Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch show their support for Florida seafood
8. Buy Your Tree at Florida Christmas Tree Farms (November)
Going to the farm is almost as fun as decorating the tree
7. Facebook’s New Layout (November)
How to ensure you don’t miss an update from Florida Agriculture on facebook
6. Florida Produce: Tomatoes (August)
We learn that tomatoes should smell good to taste good
5. Welcome to the Bento Box (June)
Redesigning your kid’s lunch box
4. Taste the Exotics: Florida Dragon Fruit (July)
Did you know that dragon fruit grew in Florida?
3. July is National Ice Cream Month (July)
Chef Justin shares his recipe for healthy frozen yogurt using Florida fruit
2. Florida Produce: Oranges (August)
Florida’s most famous fruit gets a closer look
1. Harvesting Florida Clams is One Dirty Job (December)
Mike Rowe from the Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs joins St. Teresa Clam Company to harvest clams from Alligator Harbor and the Sopchoppy River area

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