17 results for tag: Organically grown produce
We have completely fallen in love with Mizuna, a delicious and nutritional powerhouse.
Tender frond-like leaves, it is peppery like arugula, milder than endive or frisée, and it adds delicious depth to green salads, especially those that include slices of fresh apple or pear. Their flavorful leaves are delicious topped on a pizza, stacked on a grass-fed burger, or tucked into a grilled cheese sandwich. It’s terrific in a stir fry or sautéed with garlic, ginger and mushrooms.
Mizuna is one of those vegetables that a lot of people haven’t tried but it’s easy to use and a great addition to any meal. Mizuna is a mild tasting Asian green that ...
Adapted from Nigella Lawson
2 teaspoons kosher salt or 1 teaspoon table salt
1 teaspoon caraway seeds
2 garlic cloves
2 Rosy Tomorrows pork knuckles or hocks, rind scored
2 large onions
2 large apples, cored and quartered
4 baking potatoes, or 2 pounds other large white skinned potatoes, cut into quarters lengthwise
2 cups hard cider
2 cups boiling water
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Put the salt and caraway seeds into a bowl, mince or grate in the garlic, and stir to combine. Add the pork knuckles and rub them well with the caraway mixture, getting it into the slits in the rind where it was scored.
Peel the ...
Fire up the grill! We have everything you need for the Fourth of July weekend.
Shop the Farm Wednesday for everything you need for a great Fourth of July. We have fabulous meats for your grill, take-away foods for all-weekend feasting, housemade paté from our organically raised Red Wattle pigs, fresh main dish salads for meat lovers and yummy dishes for vegetarians and vegans. See the full menu below!
Porterhouse chops are back! There is nothing better on the grill than these tender and succulent thick cut organic Red Wattle chops.
All your other favorite cuts of pork are here too. Ribs, pork belly, bacon, ham, picnics for slow roasting and ...
Join us for the party! We are so excited to welcome the talented Chef Harold Balink of Cru Restaurant to the farm as the very first chef who will formally open our Chef-to-Farm Series. This series will showcase the area’s most talented chefs, celebrating the unique cuisine of Southwest Florida. The chefs will cook in our new state-of-the-art kitchen using the organic bounty from our 100 acre farm. Also here is Stephanie Summers of Fox News who will be filming our farm for an upcoming segment. On the baby grand the always spirited, Dan Tudor, playing all the favorites.
Menu: Wednesday, June 24th
Chef Harold’s Menu:
Salad of Roasted ...
Menu Wednesday 17th June
100% Grass-Fed Beef Empanada with mild Aji chili pepper, Cuban oregano and capers with a Mint Marigold-Dijon sauce. $5 // or two for $9.50
Deconstructed Lasagna with roasted Oriental eggplant, housemade ricotta, sweet garlic-balsamic tomato sauce and Cuban oregano GF, V $6.50
Dip Duo: Roasted Garlic and Lemon Hummus plus whipped Garlic Chive Pesto cream cheese V, GF $6
Housemade Baked Flour Tortilla Chips VG $2.50
Grandmother’s Mint Marigold Shortbread V $4
Cinnamon Spice Powerballs GF, VG, Raw $3.50 for two OR PowerPak 7 for $10
Vanilla and Orange Panna Cotta with Sweet Mango Pepper Jelly GF, V $5
Beans in summer in Southwest Florida? These aren't your typical green beans, which need cooler temperatures for success.
Instead, they are purple yard long beans, specifically, the Thai Purple Podded Yard Long Bean. Vigorous, and thanks to Thailand, very heat tolerant, these beans come from the gardens at Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm. The pods can grow up to 20 inches long and are a gorgeous deep purple color with pale green tips.
Unlike regular green beans, which can become limp and soft when exposed to high heat, yard long beans are perfect for stir-fries, able to withstand high heat and still retain their crispness. The flavor is mild, like a ...
We are very excited to introduce one of our organically grown perennial salad greens this week! It will be served alongside kale, topped with feta and house-made dill vinaigrette in the featured salad at The Barn at Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm; available for lunch or take home.
This vegetable was discovered in Asia, but when it reached Hawaii, it's popularity grew. Okinawa Spinach is gorgeous. Dark green leaves on the tops and the undersides are a beautiful purple. It has an unique sweet, herby tea-like flavor adding a beautiful aesthetic element to cuisine. The stems and the leaves can be eaten raw or cooked, it is full of vitamins, and is said ...
Our special varieties: from left to right.
Orient Charm - a slender and sweet variety reaching up to 8" long.
Barbarella - round and groovy, with a creamy middle, perfect for stuffing
Fairytale - the smallest and sweetest of our varieties, growing 2" long, it’s delicious roasted whole and has very few seeds.
Our eggplants are not bitter and do not need much to bring out all their wonderful delicate flavors. Cultivated in Asia as the "aubergine", the eggplant has been enjoyed for centuries. It is related to the tomato and the potato in the nightshade family, and is technically a fruit. Bursting with a variety of important vitamins and ...
So great seeing this write-up about our farm! Look at those adorable Cupid Peppers. So yummy!
In shape, it is closely related to the tomatillo. The husk cherry has a thin lantern-like paper called a calyx protecting it's fruit. The flavor, unlike the tomatillo, has a dark honey color and a pineapple grape sweetness when fully ripe. They can be eaten raw, and if the fruit remains in the husk, it can store at room temperature for up to 30 days.
Native to Peru, Columbia, and Ecuador, the husk cherry has countless nick names, making it harder to retrace it's journey. Today, it is commercially cultivated in South Africa, where it is canned and exported.
Aside from being a healthy alternative to what's in the candy dish, husk cherries are ...