This is completely off-topic.
Discounting the ocassional hurricane, and the ever increasing summer heat, Florida is a good state to live in, especially if you grow a winter garden. We generally plant cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli in late October to early November. The broccoli is always the first to mature.
Earlier in the week my wife harvested two heads of broccoli, and asked me to make Cream of Broccoli soup. I'd never done it before, and it sounded like fun. Basically, Bechamel sauce with some added cream, salt, pepper, and nutmeg pureed with lots of al dente steamed florets.
Next month: Cauliflower and Cheddar.