Old-fashioned churns are about working together: Each turn of the crank brings us all one step closer to sweet, frozen bliss.
Memories of Pulling Tobacco, a Labor of Love
The notion of pulling tobacco is much more romantic than the reality of working in the fields.
The Dog Days of Summer: 9 Hot Dog Joints Across the State
Mustard, onions, chili — and memories: North Carolina hot dog joints are reminiscent of simpler times.
A Slice of Heaven in the North Carolina Foothills
Angela “Miss Angel” Shur sweetens the Foothills with pies, ice cream, and, yes, moonshine.
Hot Dog Days of Summer: Charlie Graingers
At this Wilmington hot dog joint, the food is so good, you’ll ask yourself: What’s in these dogs?
Blueberry and Corn Salsa
If you feel like you’ve seen — and tasted — every blueberry recipe under the sun, allow us to present one more.
Combine juicy blackberries and a tender crust for a perfect end to supper.
Apollo 11, an American Flag, a Small Town, and a Mystery
It’s long been believed that the American flag left on the moon in 1969 was woven in a small Foothills town. Yet as time goes on, a mystery deepens.
Sweet biscuits + sweeter berries = a shortcake that’s long on flavor.