Chef Justin Timineri shares “Fresh From Florida” Thanksgiving recipes

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To help get your Thanksgiving menu ready for next week, Florida Chef Justin Timineri shared several recipes for Floridians to incorporate into their holiday traditions. These recipes feature delicious seafood harvested from Florida’s coastal waters, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables. Look for the products with the “Fresh From Florida” label at your local grocery store.

“Nothing completes a Thanksgiving meal like our Fresh From Florida products,” Chef Justin said. “This time of year, you can find cucumber, squash, tomatoes and many more products grown and harvested right here in Florida, and don’t forget our delicious seafood.”

Appetizer: Florida Shrimp with Cucumber and Herbed Cream Cheese

 Florida Shrimp with Cucumber and Herbed Cream Cheese

Main Course: Florida Snapper with Citrus Sauce

 Florida Snapper with Citrus Sauce

Sides: Sunshine Sweet Potatoes

Sunshine Sweet Potatoes

Florida Squash and Tomato Gratin

Florida Squash and Tomato Gratin

and Pan-Roasted Florida Vegetables

 Pan-Roasted Florida Vegetables

To find out what Florida crops are in season, browse for more recipes or learn about the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, visit www.FreshFromFlorida.com.

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