The first North Carolina statewide folklife festival to be held in 35 years will take place in Carrboro on Saturday, Sept. 28th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
‘CNN Heroes’ has a feature on Robin Emmons, a North Carolina gardener working to bring fresh fruits and vegetables to Charlotte food deserts. Emmons started off donating produce from her garden to churches and food pantries, then in 2008 founded the nonprofit Sow Much Good to sell fruits and vegetables directly to underserved neighborhoods.
Michael Hastings at the Winston-Salem Journal interviews Kay Moss, author of “Seeking the Historical Cook,” about 18th-century Southern foodways: Moss also spoke of what she calls the “genealogy” of a recipe. In the book, Moss includes a chart of the evolution of chess pie. “The names are often very different, but the recipes are often […]