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Making apple butter with the Mennonites

Have car – will travel – recently navigating hairpin curves down into a mountain valley near Stuarts Draft, ...

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The Muscadine Man: Grape pie and more for simple man

Robert Bolt’s title for a play, “A Man for All Seasons,” was borrowed from Robert Whittington’s description in ...

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Historic foods? You betcha at history book launch

Food references are juicy ingredients in any story – I’m hooked. But when a tale combines food with ...

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Throwback southern foods keep the creative juices flowing

Driving from Marion up to Little Switzerland, I was witness to some of the most breathtaking scenery I’ve ...

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School lunchrooms bring back memories

Recently, a friend and Davie native shared a few food memories from his days in the school cafeteria ...

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Beat the summer heat with crowd-pleasing treats

Beat the summer heat by chilling out with one of these frosty, crowd-pleasing treats. Summer doesn’t get any ...

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Mr. Mocksville: Dr. Slate turning 100

By Betsy Ramsbotham For the Enterprise Across his 33-year career as a surgeon at Davie County Hospital, 64 ...

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Catfish bring back special memories

I’m a bonafide catfish lover. About once a month, my family members would meet at a restaurant south ...

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Nashville’s hotel to the stars and only five-star dining

Back in the ’70s, I had stars in my eyes when working at the newly built and upscale ...

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Now retired, couple focuses on helping folks stay fit and healthy

I envision a portrait of humanitarianism when thinking of Beth and Joel Edwards. They are two people seeking ...

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