Self-proclaimed "beyond organic" farmer Joel Salatin, shares his vision for the future of food in America as The Roosevelt 2.0 in Ybor City hosts a local farmer supported dinner in April.
All-star Tampa Chefs Ferrel Alvarez of Cafe Dufrain
, Greg Baker of The Refinery
and Byron Gabel of Grand Hyatt Resort
create a farm-to-fork dinner using locally grown food, including goat cheese from The Dancing Goat
in Tampa and vegetables from King Family Farms
, whose Polyface Farm
was featured in the book "The Omnivore's Dilemma" and in the documentaries "Food, Inc." and "Fresh," then takes to the stage to share his knowledge of sustainable farming with the sold-out crowd. He finishes the evening with a book signing of his latest work, "Folks, This Ain't Normal."
If you missed it, see the photo/audio slideshow by 83 Degrees
Managing Photographer Julie Busch Branaman here. Just be forewarned: The food looks so good, you may drool on your keyboard.