Rosie and her smoker. It’s her favorite piece of Fall Festival kitchen equipment, as it should be! Customers rave about our pulled pork and chicken BBQ as well as Rosie’s homemade vinegar sauce. It’s delish!
Q: When did you start working at Cox Farms?
A: Oh my gosh! In 2001!
Q: Job title?
A: That depends on the season, I’m a manager in the spring and winter but in the fall I am the Food Captain.
Q: Where did you go to high school?
A: Woodbridge HS
A: I’ve been married for almost 24 years and have two kids in college.
Q: Do you have any hidden talents?
A: I can cut hair and I’m pretty accomplished at training my cats to do tricks.
Q: What’s your favorite TV show?
A: Reality shows – Survivor, The Amazing Race, etc.
Q: Do you have a guilty pleasure?
A: Going to bed early if I want to.
Q: How do you spend your day off?
A: Canning pickles and tomatoes, working in my garden and cooking!
Q: Name one place you’ve never been but you’d like to visit.
A: Palau in the Western Pacific Ocean.
Q: Since you work all the seasons at Cox Farms, which one is your favorite?
A: Christmas! The smell of the trees and wreaths, the lights, Santa and our firepit…Love it!
Q: What’s new in food at the 2015 Fall Festival?
A: We now make our own seasoning rubs for our BBQ pork and chicken. And we’ve added more donut machines! More cider donuts!
Q: What is your favorite part of the Fall Festival?
A: Honestly? It’s seeing our employees grow and meet their potential. Whether it’s a teenager or a retired person, it’s just great to see them shine!
Thanks, Rosie! I personally look forward to a gourmet rueben hot dog this weekend! You are a huge reason that this is the best Fall Festival ever!