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Timoti’s Key Lime Cups, Our Tasty Summer Treat

Did you know that key lime pie is the official state pie of Florida? And for good reason! This delicious tropical treat is made with a graham cracker or pastry crust, a whipped topping, and of course, the classic key lime custard. You can find this quintessential Florida dessert in just one light, refreshing bite of Timoti’s Key Lime Kups!

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Health Benefits of Snapper

Snapper, among one of the healthiest fish, paired with Timoti’s vibrant green chimichurri sauce is a can’t-miss flavor combination. Snapper is highly sought after and considered one of the Gulf of Mexico’s signature fish, which will come as no surprise after learning about its great flavor and health benefits.

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Timoti's Beach-Ready Bites

On a sunny day off in Florida, it's almost impossible to resist going to the beach. Luckily, all three Timoti’s locations are in close proximity to the sandy shore, so there’s no way you’ll ever go hungry on your much anticipated beach day.

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Spice Up Spring

Celebrate Mardi Gras every day with a delicious Cajun Blackening Seasoning that is as versatile as it is tasty. Whether you want to use it to create a legit cajun shrimp dish or add it to your popcorn, Timoti’s blend is tried and tested by our amazing customers throughout out Northeast Florida locations, and has been given two thumbs up. Inspired by the streets of the southern cities, today we explore the roots of Mardi Gras and how you can make any meal a party.

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Celebrate National Clam Chowder Day!

When it comes to the world of seafood cuisine, we’re happy as a clam this winter enjoying some savory and satisfying clam chowder. In fact, so many diners enjoy this dish worldwide that February 25th has been designated National Clam Chowder Day! For a fresh maritime dish that is such a staple in restaurants nationwide, it’s difficult to imagine a world without it. Whether you’re a fan of red or white, it’s time to dive in and learn the history of clam chowder before we enjoy our next cup. (Actually, let’s make it a bowl.)

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