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This year the Lenoir County Fair and Lenoir County Cooperative Extension hosted the First Ever Cast Iron Cook-Off and it was a great success! I promised to share the results and the recipes, so here you go and they were all super delicious!! Congratulations to all participants!
Cast iron pans are making such a comeback that we are hosting the First Ever Cast Iron Cook-Off at this year’s Lenoir County Fair.
These days there are so many new cooking gadgets and equipment to choose from, from instapots to air fryers, and combinations of the two, the good old crockpot remains my favorite!!
In honor of National Honey Bee Day I thought I would share with you some unique recipes that use honey! National Honey Bee Day will be observed on August 17, 2019.
Okra is either one of those vegetables that you love or you simply love to hate.
We all know nothing is yummier than corn on the cob with a little butter and salt!
Fresh figs are a Southern favorite.
Each Wednesday over the previous six weeks, campers have enjoyed time in the garden with an array of different topics.
With the abundance of summer vegetables, it is a great time to test out lots of different recipes. My neighbors and friend get to be the taste testers for many of my creations or adaptations of some super recipes. Here are some that have been declared winners, hope you will enjoy!!!
We have Heirloom tomatoes, both German Johnson and Cherokee Purple, sweet corn, white, yellow and bi-colored - shucked and unshucked. Cantaloupes honey hew melons.
The Fourth of July is a great Holiday to celebrate our Nations Birthday with family and friends. Showcase and celebrate your American pride with these healthy festive recipes!!
Summer is here and kids are out of school and your family is on a totally more relaxed routine, keep your family on the go with these healthy super summertime supper recipes!!! The abundance of fresh produce makes planning so much easier and the recipes so much tastier!!
The Lenoir County Board of Elections will host two voter ID seminars this week.
Bill Fox shares some plant companion tips as the Lenoir County Master Gardeners prepare for their plant sale. Dates: April 19 – 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. and April 20 – 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Location – The Lenoir County Extension office greenhouse at 1791 Hwy 11/55 - Kinston NC
Neuse News food columnist Tammy Kelly introduces you to the round-leafed vegetable.