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24756
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Collards are a popular southern dish and have risen in popularity more recently. Kinston chef Vivian Howard and North Carolina farmers Lloyd Lewis, Howard McAdams, and Louis Nixon discuss their cooking and farming experience with collards in North Carolina.
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North Carolina Field and Family (NoCar S 1 N672), Vol. 2 Issue 4, Winter 2015, p6-9, il, por, map
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35985
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From as far back as the early 1800s, the Woody family has been renowned for chair making not only in North Carolina but around the world. Both Jimmy Woody of Mitchell County and a cousin Max Woody of McDowell County continue an 18th Century tradition and purely American form of chair construction that uses neither nails, screws nor glue in the manufacturing process, but rather the joining of high moisture wood onto kiln-dried wood of the same species. The wetter wood shrinks making the chair almost indestructible. Brothers Arval and Walter Woody once made a chair for President John F. Kennedy, now in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.
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42685
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Open since 2004, the North Carolina Baseball Museum in Wilson has 5,000 plus artifacts including, special exhibits relevant to seven National Hall of Famers born in North Carolina. Most of this nonprofit museum's artifacts are donations and gifts, while others are on loan. Construction of the museum started in 1999 on the grounds of historic Fleming Stadium.
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42679
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Mark Brown, information and communications specialist with the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer says that in addition great exhibits, the museum has historic buildings and railroad tracks that allow access to its 60 acres of land.
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42707
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Guadalupe Cafe opened in Sylva in Jackson County in 2004. The eatery's mission revolves around sustainability, Jen Pearson, owner purchased what had been a 1920s era drug store and soda fountain on Main Street to house the current business now selling a creative mix of globally inspired food, craft beer and wines.
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42713
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Jacob Morgan works full time as the Extension Director for Jones County. In 2017, he and wife Candice purchased a 15 acre farm in Trenton and one year later launched Morgan Meats LLC, a small business that sells fresh pork products to grocery stores, consumers and farmers markets.
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42717
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Gwynn Valley Camp has hosted a summer camp for boys and girls since 1935. Patterson Farm Inc. in Mount Ulla began doing summer camps for children about five years ago.
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43095
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Currently, a number of North Carolina farm families offer bookings and overnight stays on their properties. Guests can experience a number of activities like piking berries, collecting eggs, etc. Information on five farms and ranches participating in this mutually beneficial form of agritourism are discussed.
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