Thanks to the more than 250 people (!) who came out to Fullsteam Brewery last night to celebrate farms, farmers, and the launch of “Farm Fresh North Carolina.” (Oh yeah, and beer and local sausages and live bluegrass, too.) You rock!
If you’re ready for seconds, join me tonight, Tuesday, March 8, at 7 p.m. Here are the details:
Flyleaf Books, 752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Chapel Hill.
Diane Daniel will host the conversation “From Farm to Fork” with chef and James Beard semi-finalist Aaron Vandemark of Panciuto in Hillsborough, Helga MacAller of Four Leaf Farm in Rougemont and Noah Ranells of Fickle Creek Farm in Efland, followed by appetizers and book signing.
WOW!!!this is so cool. my wife and i are in our mid fourties and we both are dsibaled and trying to find a place off the grid to live. i was a young farmer as a kid and she was as well. now as we get older is all we do is just find our dreams going futher and futher away. it cost so much money to buy land and then build a house and so forth. we have tried to rent a place but there way off the chart for us. but she is in need of peace and quite,she had a brain tumor and now we just count the days down as we wish and wait.i pray for a place where a group of people can live as one large family,not in the same house but in our on little community. i was a chef by trade and i can butcher, and i can do allot of differant things. help me make my wifes dream come true. all i can say is GOD BLESS YOU GUYS THAT HAVE DONE IT ..