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Luton Farms, located near Roper, North Carolina, harvests sweet potatoes and collards during the autumn months. Owners Charles and Scot discuss farming techniques, market days, and preparing dishes that feature these crops.
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Built in the 1730s, Person's Ordinary served as a tavern and a stagecoach station in Littleton, North Carolina. Local efforts by the Littleton Woman's Club led to the site's preservation and today visitors can visit this historic site.
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The Dining Divas travel to Williamston to sample the food at Shamrock Restaurant, the only restaurant in town that has run continuously. In their review, they highlight the breakfast and lunch buffets at Shamrock, as well as the atmosphere and the owner history.
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During the winter months, tundra swans migrate from their breeding grounds in the Arctic Circle to northeastern North Carolina. Area wildlife refuges provide the ideal aquatic environment for this species and many can be seen at Lake Mattamuskeet and Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuges.