Cynthia Carroll of New Hill started cooking because she saw that it’s one way the women in her family show their love. She then followed her love of cooking into a career.
Fireflies lure us down from our porches and lead us on an easy chase. In western North Carolina, encountering the blue ghost firefly takes a little more effort.
If you’re the Historical Society of the Lower Cape Fear, of course you’re going to fill your cookbook with tidbits from Wilmington’s past.
Sisters Frances Love and Betty Klavins know their childhood on the Penderlea Homestead in Pender County gave them many advantages. They produced Recipes and Remembrances as a tribute.
Most of this month’s cookbooks are no longer available, the last ones sold long ago to support a ministry or buy a bus. Their value now is in the memories they hold.
As soon as she saw her mother’s well-used cookbook, Gail Cauble Gurley knew she wanted to preserve it as a link to a childhood she remembers fondly.
As soon as he arrived in Balsam Grove, Dr. Gaine Cannon knew he could make a difference in the isolated community desperate for medical care.
When gangsters hit a mail truck on the Queen City’s peaceful streets, they had no idea whose territory they had invaded.
Bikes line up for fun and a good cause with the Scoot-n-Hoot Poker Run in Iredell County.