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Safe Handling of Food after a Hurricane or Related Disaster

  The follow is a summary of general recommendations to protect the safety of food and water in the event of a hurricane.  It is made available through the State Food Scientists and County Faculty… Read More

Panhandle Produce: Eating In Season

There are so many benefits to eating locally grown produce, from reducing the carbon footprint required to get food to your table, to supporting local, small-scale farmers. To maximize your locally-grown produce consumption, you need… Read More

Soup’s On!

By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension Soups On…. What eight words go together when you think of soup? I think of cold weather, economic meal, preparation ease… Read More

Soups On!

By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension Soups On…. What eight words go together when you think of soup? I think of cold weather, economic meal, preparation ease… Read More

Bread Baking and Jam Making Workshop

REDISCOVER BREAD BAKING AND JAM MAKING DECEMBER 8, 2015 TWO CLASSES OFFERED: 11:00 a.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. Join Shelley Swenson, Family and Consumer Sciences agent, at the Wakulla County Extension Office, 84 Cedar… Read More

It’s Turkey Time: Safely Prepare Your Holiday Meal

     Photo courtesy of UF/IFAS Extension University of Florida By Shelley Swenson UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Whether you are a seasoned chef or a novice preparing your first holiday meal, make sure you know the… Read More

Last Chance to Register for Cooking Day Camp!

Don’t miss your chance to join us for the 4-H Cooking Camp! Next Monday, June 22, at 5 p.m. is the deadline for registration! The 4-H Cooking Day Camp will be held June 24 through… Read More

What’s in Season Now?

Shelley Swenson is your local Family & Consumer Science Extension Agent III, UF/IFAS Wakulla County. Summer is the perfect time for tropical fruit! Luckily, there are several varieties available fresh from Florida–one of them is… Read More