Tracing one ingredient, from farm to plate.
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Honey produced at Jewel Hill Farms in Marshall makes it way into summer cocktails mixed at Sovereign Remedies in downtown Asheville.
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Seed farmers are the unsung heroes of the garden world, and their work is often hidden from casual home gardeners who flip through seed catalogues or pick up seed packets each spring.
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Strawberry ice cream, from ground to cone.
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Flying Cloud Farm co-owner Annie Louise Perkinson returned to Western North Carolina farm life to build a business. Collard greens are one crop that grows in steady rotation.
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After planting variety of beet seeds, Anne and Aaron Grier of Gaining Ground in Leicester watch and wait, both patiently and anxiously, for the Golden Grex, Chioggia, Early Wonder Tall Tops, and Robin seeds to germinate.
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The first summer Rett Murphy and Kathryn Skelley-Watts owned their farm, a visiting friend walked into a field overgrown with weeds and immediately disappeared from sight. A few minutes later, Murphy said, “I saw his hand rise up over the jungle, holding a few berries.” With that, plans for the farm changed.