Hurricane season officially starts June 1, but it’s never too early to prepare. As a matter of fact, meteorologists at the National Hurricane Center are already issuing daily reports about tropical activity in the Atlantic Ocean amid a ... READ MORE
IMMOKALEE, Fla. --- Reshma Tannassee’s sauces sell like hotcakes. She started the business on her own, and now she has 13 employees and hopes to have about 300 in a few years.
With certain foods, you can’t just sell your product from ... READ MORE
With UF/IFAS Extension and Florida Sea Grant agent Holly Abeels.
While most will reach for ham or turkey to serve at their holiday gathering, alternatives like shrimp can be a delicious way to mix up your holiday feast. Shrimp is a healthy, ... READ MORE
Think of the herbs and spices that make your favorite holiday dish – the basil, thyme or rosemary in savory entrees and sides; the cinnamon, nutmeg or clove in baked goods.
But how best to use these ingredients to ensure a delicious feast? ... READ MORE
It’s hard to believe, but the holiday season is just around the corner again, and many people will look forward to cooking festive meals.
“A Healthy Table, Festive Feasts” is a special holiday-themed virtual cook-along workshop with ... READ MORE
Name: Ziynet Boz
Position: Assistant Professor
Hometown: Mersin, Turkey
Years with UF/IFAS: 8 months since I started my position. I completed my Ph.D. here at the ABE department between 2013-2017 as a Fulbright scholar and completed ... READ MORE
The Yersinia family of bacteria, which includes the bacterium that causes bubonic plague, can cause infections that are difficult for the human immune system to clear and can result in complications such as reactive arthritis.
Researchers ... READ MORE
COVID-19 brought national food supply-chain disruptions, increased pressure on food banks and struggle for families across the country. The statewide UF/IFAS Extension victory garden program began as an effort to empower those in need to grow ... READ MORE
Hurricane season has officially begun.
Over the next six months, we must stay alert to news reports and be ready to face a tropical storm or hurricane in the state of Florida. Early forecasts predict an average of 13-20 named storms. Of those, ... READ MORE
Worldwide, there are more than 95 million salmonella infections each year, with 1.35 million occurring in the United States. There is no effective human vaccine for this common germ.
Researchers with the University of Florida have developed ... READ MORE