Rosy Tomorrows featured on Visit Florida

Rosy Tomorrows featured on Visit Florida

In their recent article, from Farm to Table in Southwest Florida by Chelle Koster Walton, Visit Florida has this to say about Rosy Tomorrow Heritage Farm:

Get Down on the Farms

Farms small and large have been surfacing in Southwest Florida to supply a growing number of farmers markets and restaurants devoted to farm to table.

Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm, North Fort Myers
Rose O’Dell King, founder of Slow Food Southwest Florida, grows organic produce and humanely raises heirloom breeds of chicken, pigs, and cattle. She supplies select local restaurants, but much of her harvest ends up on the table at The Barn at Rosy Tomorrows. A specialty: Slow-Roasted Red Wattle Pulled Pork with Cuban Oregano Chimichurri.

And we even get a mention in the Foodies Favorites:

Cru, Fort Myers
“We work only with Rosy Tomorrows,” said Bob Boye, chef-owner of Cru, a wine and foodie haven that has set a new standard for Fort Myers in past decades. He loves the farm’s springtime wild arugula – with so much more flavor and bite than the hydroponic version. Try the Wild Spicy Arugula Salad with tarragon-blue cheese dressing and roasted beets.

Read the full article here


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