Monthly Archives: October 2016
Most of Brooks Tropicals’ starfruit recipes suggest using a medium-sized Florida fruit which is about 4 1/2 inches long. It should easily fit in the palm of your hand. For recipes that highlight starfruit slices, you can guage how many … Continue reading
Garnishing tips Buy the size that’s fit for the job Larger for solo appearances perched on the side of a glass or dish. Medium, if you’re using several slices to top a salad or a dish. Smaller if you’re grouping … Continue reading
Excerpts from an article in FreshPlaza publication date: 10/26/2016 written by Pieter Boekhout. Markets appear to be up in arms about the shortage of Hass avocados and the available fruit is priced astronomically high. Meanwhile greenskin avocados, a smaller, more … Continue reading
Ulele (pronounced You-lay-lee) celebrates the vibrant fusion of ingredients from Florida waters and land once home to many Native Americans, including the young princess Ulele. This Tampa restaurant includes intricately flavored, visually appealing dishes prepared on the 10′ diameter barbacoa … Continue reading
You may have noticed a new banner above the fruit displays at our PMA tradeshow. Here’s a closeup view.