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North and South – A Visit to the Carolinas and Beyond – Part I

The Carolinas and The South as a whole are hot and I am not just referring to the weather in August. The food scene has been hopping for some time with a resurgence of interest in traditional ingredients, techniques and […]

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Sunday Photo – Summer

It has been almost a week since summer officially arrived. The days are longer and school is out, but nothing speaks more of summer to me than wonderful, fresh, sweet and tart peaches. I can’t get enough of them.
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An End of Summer Breakfast

I can't recall a better summer for peaches. They are still good.

Goat's milk yogurt from Long View Farm  is thin and tangy, perfect for pouring.

Mix the two and find magic in a bowl. Add a little cereal for […]

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The Charleston, S.C. Farmer’s Market

The Farmer's Market in Charleston, S.C. appears to be thriving. On two recent visits, the market was teeming with people who were buying beautiful produce from the vendors and eating prepared hot foods from a number of stalls selling their […]

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Peachy

At this time of year the best peaches are generally behind us. I just tasted what may have been the best peach I tasted all summer. My wife brought it and a few pounds back with her from Hilton […]

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Ramblings From Italy – Pesca in Parma

Photo by John M. Sconzo, M.D. of Frog Hollow Peaches

June 16, 2009A Park in Parmaby Rocco VerrigniPescaHow You Know When a Peach is a Peach
While sitting in a small park in Parma on a very hot late spring […]

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