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Key lime pie popular dessert with recipes About Florida's culinary heritage "Spaniards were the first [European] people to discover the riches of Florida. Ponce de Leon, Hernando de Soto, and Panfilo de Narvaez explored the Florida peninsula during the first half of the s.
They brought seeds for oranges, lemons, and other tropical fruits but were too busy searching for gold to care for them. Consequently, the trees grew wild The first large group of permanent settlers in Florida were not English or American, but Minorcans, Greeks, and Italians.
They were recruited in by an Englishman to immigrate to Florida to grow indigo For a while the colonists grew indigo but turned to fishing when they found that the sea was laden with shrimp and fish similar to those of their homeland.
They also discovered that lemons, eggplant, and olives--all staples of their native diets--grew well on the land Although the Spanish first settled Florida, their culinary influence was minimal. The Spanish conquistadors, however, did bring some Caribbean fruits and vegetables to Florida.
They also introduced black beans.
A typical dish of the Spanish settlers at St. Augustine was Garbanzo Soup, which was prepared with dried chick peas and other vegetables. The soup also contained chorizo, a Spanish sausage, plus a pinch of saffron for color and flavor.
The first permanent culinary influence in Florida came from the American settlers who established citrus farms in the late s. They brought with them a fairly developed Southern cuisine, which was enhanced in Florida by salads and substantial quantities of citrus Recently, Spanish food heritage has been reinvigorated in Florida by the influx of Cuban immigrants.
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