Is your farmer an orchestra conductor? Joy Combs likens the regeneration of Providence Farm to an orchestral concert, with each of the animals playing the part of a musical artist.
Two of my first memories of North Carolina when we moved here back in 2005 came from food experiences: 1) trying NC “barbecue”; and 2) visiting the farmer’s market. Realizing […]
Meet your local bean-to-bar chocolate makers and hear what makes their bars special (and especially tasty!).
A primer on figs ahead of our visit to the Ocracoke Fig Festival. We’ll learn about their origin and cultivation, how nutritious they are and the like. Enjoy!
What I love about this Reverence Farms: The passion and intentionality of Suzanne, the owner, absolutely radiates from her and you can’t help but try to be more like her. And their bacon revelatory.
Tracy Lafleur, the farmer behind Sugar Hill Produce, grows healthy food without the aid of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, but she also knows that growing community connections are just as important.
Whitney and Isaiah put their hands where their hearts and heads are by producing organic fruits, vegetables and more to share with their communities at local markets and restaurants. With their new grant to expand to forest farming, they’re increasing both the economic and environmental sustainability of their land.
The Farlow family, all four of them, grow vegetables and fruit organically on their farm in Archdale. Their products are free from harmful chemicals but bursting with flavor and color.
Scrambled Southern Diner serves more than just breakfast! They have a full menu of sandwiches and a blue plate special every weekday. The food, like the space itself, walks the line between sophisticated and down-home and much like the staff, is welcoming and friendly.
Happy Friday, y’all! Saturday, Auguest 22, 8am-Noon Back to School Day The Corner Farmers Market We will be providing back to school/ healthy lunch box ideas and have made arrangements […]