During these days of social distancing and quarantining, I am publishing a travel-related word search each week. I will do so every Wednesday until we find our new normal and this is week #12. Wow! That means, three months of word searches! To take your mind off COVID-19 news, download this free printable word search with the theme of Florida Food.
This Week’s Printable Word Search
Everyone needs to eat while on vacation so when you’re visiting the Sunshine State, this printable word search contains 25 yummy eats (which includes some beverages) you need to taste. From Apalachicola Oysters to Sweet Tea and Blue Crabs to Sugar Cane, there is fabulous Florida food fitting everyone’s flavor.
When we no longer need to social distance, one of the best ways to taste some of Florida’s signature foods is through a foodie festival like the Strawberry Festival in Plant City and Swamp Cabbage Festival in LaBelle. Learn about other delicious Florida food festivals in this blog post.
Up Your Foodie Game, Become a Food Judge
If you’re an uber-foodie, consider becoming a certified food judge through the World Food Championships’ Licensed to E.A.T. class. The E.A.T. method in judging stands for execution, appearance and taste. I became a certified food judge several years ago as a guest of the World Food Championships – the ultimate food fight – and I encourage you to do the same. The class is now available online for $30. Certified E.A.T. judges can judge in E.A.T. sanctioned events around the world including the Main Event. Learn more about earning your food judge certification here.
Featured Florida Foods
Florida foods you’ll find in this week’s word search are:
- Apalachicola Oyster
- Blue Crab
- Boiled Peanut
- Café Cubano
- Cedar Key Clam
- Coconut Shrimp
- Conch Fritter
- Cuban Sandwich
- Fish Taco
- Gator Bite
- Grouper Sandwich
- Key Lime Pie
- Mamey Shake
- Orange Juice
- Rock Shrimp
- Smoked Mullet
- Stone Crab
- Sugar Cane
- Sweet Tea
Select the “Download” button below for the downloadable and printable word search.
Print Last Week’s Word Search About Unity
Did you miss last week’s word search featuring Words of Unity? Find it here.
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