In the all too commercial world, the one that operates from “hallmarked” holiday to holiday… you know, those people who try to push us out of our white slacks and into all things pumpkin spice as soon as Labor Day weekend hits…imitation flavored pumpkin lattes and pumpkin-spiced just-about-everything-you-can-think-of hit the shelves before we even flipped the calendar page from August to September. Seasonally speaking, October is the time for Pumpkin.
As many of you know, I am a big believer in eating and drinking local; and in eating real food instead of processed substitutes. Recently
Today we are cooking with pasture raised and grass-fed local lamb and goat. As you make plans to visit the Charlotte Regional Farmers’ Market this
For those of you who follow my blog and my social media feeds, you already know that I am all about supporting local farmers and
The July 4 holiday always means time to celebrate our country’s early beginnings with friends and family. For us, this year, the week included an
In the mood to start Grilling NC Beef? You can get started at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market on Saturday, watch this video later on