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Blue springs state park is just amazing
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Miami Biscayne Bay skyline
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See you on West Palm Beach
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The wonderful thing about Florida is that no matter what your specific definition of romance is, there’s something that will match it perfectly.

Whether you’re looking for moonlit walks on the beach together, a private cabana on the ocean, or a meal from a world-renowned chef, you’ll find it in Florida.

Learn more: www.floridaescape.com
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Students from South Tech Culinary Academy creating Sweet Corn recipes

The merging of food, art and history has been reimagined as a student outreach component for the Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Palm Beach County, Florida which is an educational program of the non-profit Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History (MLFH). The educational objective of the student culinary tour is to allow an integrated and multi-sensory experience between art, history and food for the students hence the focus on at least three senses. The school field trip program blends the STEAM curriculum which stands from Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics which are components represented in the culinary arts. The field trip also complements the National Agriculture in the Classroom curriculum.

The student culinary program is the Taste History: Three Senses Field Trip that will feature sweet corn farms in Belle Glade, Florida on Friday, December 8, 2017 for students at South Tech Culinary Academy. It has been designed to be experiential and multi-sensory featuring the senses: Sight, Touch and Taste.
Taste History and subsequent school field trips were developed by Lori J. Durante who is the tour’s volunteer organizer, founder and Executive Tour Director. Durante says about the farm field trip “ the students will experience the sight (of the farm); touch (of the farm) and taste (of the farm).”

On Friday, December 8, 2017, The Taste History Culinary Tour Three Senses Field Trip is heading to the Sweet Corn farms in Belle Glade, Florida for an agricultural program for students of the South Tech Culinary Academy in Boynton Beach. Supporting the STEAM and National Agriculture in Classroom curriculum, the field trip will focus on the Sight (of the farm); Touch (of the farm) and Taste (of the farm). One of the field trip farm hosts is Roth Farms in Belle Glade. There are about 15-20 farmers in the Glades farming 22,000-24,000 acres of springtime sweet corn. Total acres harvested from November through May range between 25,000 to 30,000 acres. 10 million crates of corn are harvested from November to May. A crate may average 30 pounds.

The agricultural learning experience for students includes visiting the University of Florida Everglades Research Center also in Belle Glade, Florida. The students will participate in presentations on water quality and sustainable agriculture; entomology and plant pathology and herbs and spring mix; and the barn owls.

So that the students have a fully integrated farm-to-table experience, on Wednesday, November 29th, the students at South Tech Culinary Academy will be developing 4 sweet corn recipes using corn from Roth Farms in Belle Glade, Florida. The sweet corn recipe developments are in the categories on Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Dessert. The South Tech recipe making lab is led by Chef Suzanne O’Neil.

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The Daytona 500 is the greatest racing experience a NASCAR fan can enjoy.

Every year, racing fans from all over the world gather in Daytona Beach to check out these thrilling races. However, the races only last for part of the day, during the other parts, there’s a ton of visitors to explore around Daytona Beach. Here is our list of things any race face must do while visiting Daytona.

Learn more: https://buff.ly/2BkEHRz

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One of the great reasons to travel is to hit up local shops you can’t find anywhere else.

However, sometimes when we do a little too much shopping, we end up having to pay a ton of money to have our new items shipped home or consider what to leave behind to bring it all home. However, if you pack smartly when you are heading out on your trip, you can leave yourself plenty of room for all the souvenirs you want to bring home from your trip!

Learn more: https://goo.gl/VCHu5t

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Top 10 Florida Restaurants with Entertainment

Florida has a lively dining scene with stylish, delicious options at every price point. In fact, sitting down to a restaurant meal often ends up being about so much more than just the food. Here are ten restaurants that serve up not just great food but also an unforgettable experience.

See more: https://goo.gl/ophZgd

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Great week in Florida, here are some great travel ideas for your next Florida trip

Florida is a tropical paradise with an endless summer, which is why Florida is home to more attractions than anywhere else in the U.S. Whether you’ve decided to explore secluded, peaceful spots on a romantic rendezvous for two or to take on the magical places on earth with the whole family, Florida has it all.

Here are our favorite Floridian beaches > https://goo.gl/hZ7DJc
Romantic Florida Getaways > https://goo.gl/FE6xor
Ten best Florida beaches for kids > https://goo.gl/VBLvVP

See you in FLORIDA soon
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With so much that Florida has to offer, it can be difficult for visitors to know what the best vacation sites have to offer. Whether a person is planning a family vacation or a romantic get-away, 10 days in south Florida can seem like just enough time to fit in all the exciting sights and experiences. However, a simple itinerary that starts out in Miami can still give visitors a good taste of the state, from culture to nature.
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