Join Sister of Mother Earth from 4 – 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at 828 Market in Waynesville, for a demonstration and discussion introducing the basic principles of fire ciders.
“I don’t think society in general realizes what healthcare workers go through,” Kelly Allred told me, as she carefully applied royal icing to a cookie shaped like an ice cream cone. “Losing sleep; not seeing their families. There’s missed meals. You’re on your feet all the time.”
Give a customer a good meal and they’ll eat for a day. Demonstrate your sincere appreciation for your customers through selfless acts of service and a generous community spirit, and you’ll have a loyal and devoted fan base. Nowhere is this more apparent than at J-RO’s Burgers and Subs in Canton.
North Carolina Forge and Grassland Council (NGFCG) presents “Effective Weed Management in Pastures and Hay Fields,” on Jan. 22 at the WNC Regional Livestock Center, 474 Stock Drive, Canton.
With the arrival of summer, burger season is in full swing. The traditional burger is a classic all-beef patty, but there's a new burger in the mix that Waynesville restaurant Birchwood Hall wants to encourage people to embrace.
CHEROKEE — This week's warm and sunny weather forecast in most parts of the state likely has many digging out their garden gloves and playing in the dirt. But before you head to a big-box store to purchase your seeds and plants, the state's land conservancies and family farms hope you'll con…
A new report from ASAP, the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project, finds that the region has all but lost tobacco, but local food has emerged as a promising new direction for mountain farmers.
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