Although we had a stormy afternoon, typical in the summer, we had a break from the weather for our dinner at Habana Cafe. We had a dozen of us enjoying the Cuban cuisine. We devoured very warm Cuban bread delivered to the table as we chatted and caught up with everyone. Some of us enjoyed sangria with the bread. As you can see from the picture below, the bread quickly disappeared.
A couple of us couldn’t pass up the opportunity to enjoy a Cuban sandwich. Other dinner selections included Camarones Borracho (Drunken shrimp sauteed in olive oil, white wine, onions, garlic and mojo sauce), Camarones Ajillo (shrimp sautéed in butter, fresh garlic and white wine with fresh chopped parsley), Enchilado de Camarones (Shrimp cooked in a creole sauce with fresh chopped garlic, onions, green peppers and burgundy wine), Filete de Pescado a la Parrilla (Fillet of fresh fish, grilled in butter, seasoned with fresh garlic and Sazon completa) and I think it was Shrimp Santiago (Garlic, Chives and Fresh Tomatoes Sautéed W/ Shrimp, Crabmeat, Feta and Cream in Grape seed Oil)
While the waitress was gracious enough to offer, no room for dessert!
Our speaker at the August meeting will be Shelby from MirrOlure. She is a great speaker with a passion for fishing. She will teach us about fishing with artificial lures. Bring any questions you might have.
The meeting will be on Wednesday, August 21 at 6:30 at Bill Jackson’s in Pinellas Park. Bring a friend and we’ll see you there!
At our July meeting, Nicole from Florida Wildlife Corridor updated us on their activities. She also showed us the video, The Last Green Thread. It shows three friends traveling through a corridor in central Florida. At points along this trip, they hike or paddle near an interstate.
She also told us about this newsletter you can join. One section of this newsletter is views from the trail, with pictures submitted from anyone exploring the Florida outdoors. Perhaps your picture will appear there one day.
She is very passionate about Florida and the future of the wildlife corridors. Thanks to Nicole for a great meeting.
Our June monthly meeting will be Wednesday, June 19th at 6:30 at Bill Jackson’s in Pinellas Park. Our speaker will be Gina Russo, an environmental scientist with FWC. She will talk about ” Catch and Release Techniques: Fishing for Conservation.”