November In Bloom

Happy Thanksgiving!  dolphinsThe fishing was great until we ran into these dolphins near Captiva.  A mom and her baby approached the boat, putting on a show for food.  We don’t feed them, but obviously many people do.bluefishWe caught some fish for the smoker.  This bluefish with mustard seeds will be a Thanksgiving appetizer.

For a simple snack while you cook, try my friend Coley’s rosemary maple roasted pecans.  

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contrail at sunset, Big Pine Key

Thanksgiving is a Beast: Florida author Karen Russell’s Thanksgiving tradition of biking through the Everglades dodging alligators.  Sounds like a good way to work off some food.

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shiny wild coffee at Key West Botanical Gardens

The new Adele album could bring peace to dinner tables across the land!

Thank you so much for supporting my blog.  I hope your table overflows with good food, people you love, and lots of clinking glasses!  Cheers!  xoxo

Every month I share a list of Florida news, recipes, and other things I’ve stumbled upon around the Web, along with photos I’ve taken. Have something you’d like to share? Send me your bookmarks: suwanneerose@gmail.com.

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