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Ashley Christensen is one of the busiest chefs in Raleigh. She opened her first restaurant, Poole's, in 2007 and has been a semifinalist for the James Beard Award in 2013 and 2014. Since 2007, she has opened five more venues in Raleigh with three more planned for 2014.
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The report of Luther Terry, Surgeon-General of the United States, and his committee--titled Smoking and Health--was released to reporters on January 11, 1964. The meeting was in a sealed room at the State Department with guards at the doors. The essence of this report was that smoking was \"a health hazard of such importance to the United States to warrant immediate action.\" Although politicians and farmers in North Carolina denied it, it marked the beginning of the end for the state's money crop. In 1964 there were 87,576 tobacco farmers in the state and in 2007 there were 2,622.
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The bison has come back from the brink of extinction and is now a source of healthy eating is restaurants and home kitchens. Hughes visits Carolina Bison Co., owned by Frank King in Buncombe County, to examine the farm's operations.
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Campbell examines marijuana growing in North Carolina. Although it has not joined the ranks of other states where it is legal, estimates place the state's crop state at $670 million in 2006. This is higher than tobacco at $496.1 and cotton at $302.6 million and puts North Carolina sixth in the nation.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 34 Issue 3, Mar 2014, p16, 18-19, il, map Periodical Website
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