Confession: I cannot take credit for the following recipe.
As a former resident of Palm Beach County’s Agricultural Reserve community, I was often able to purchase locally-grown ingredients directly from the farmers’ fields. In addition, this wonderful website, provides some great Florida recipes in which to utilize their home-grown dandies!
With the heat of summer, I’m always looking for something to serve that’s tasty, refreshing, and doesn’t require much – or any – cooking.
To me, summer is synonymous with watermelon. Served plain or fancy, it’s the way to go!
Watermelon is a refreshing fruit on any given day, but sometimes it’s nice to jazz it up. So, here is ‘Fresh from Florida’s’
recipe for Watermelon with Mint Oil, Balsamic Syrup and Feta Cheese.
If Florida watermelons aren’t available near you, use whatever watermelon is sold in your neighborhood.
|Florida Watermelon with Balsamic Syrup, Mint Oil, and Feta Cheese (Photo from ‘Fresh from Florida’)
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