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September 22, 2020

Food

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Toi Degree column: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day

Wake up, America — let’s make the most of our mornings. Eating a healthy breakfast has never been more important. We’re a nation on the ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

World record holder Randy Santel clears Go Burrito challenge

By Carl Blankenship carl.blankenship@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Randy Santel on Saturday added a win to his ever-expanding list of food challenge conquests. Santel packed away about ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Carl Blankenship.

With more than 1,500 patrons in two weeks, High Rock Lake restaurant gets off to hot start

HIGH ROCK LAKE — When Mikey Wetzel moved to the High Rock Lake area 12 years ago, he heard about a place called the High ... Read more

1 month ago by Ben Stansell.

Toi Degree column: Keep foods safe when grilling

By Toi Degree N.C. Cooperative Extension We are in the midst of summer, which means grilling season. Surprisingly enough, July is Grilling Month. So, I ... Read more

2 months ago by Post Lifestyles.

Mean Mug turns to farmers market to continue operation, keep serving freshly brewed caffeine

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — While Mean Mug Coffee Company’s formula has always been to “come in and stay a while,” the COVID-19 pandemic ... Read more

3 months ago by Natalie Anderson.

Cheers: New Sarum donates $6,000 to COVID-19 relief with relaunch of Cheerwine Lager

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — A line of hundreds wrapped around the block at New Sarum Brewing on a sunny Friday in downtown Salisbury, with ... Read more

3 months ago by Natalie Anderson.

Some tips for growing healthy tomato plants

By Michael Fine For the Salisbury Post Spring has presented some obstacles for tomato crops across the central piedmont of North Carolina. Warm temperatures at ... Read more

4 months ago by Post Lifestyles.

Behind every New Sarum specialty brew is a ‘scientific method’ to the madness

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Throwing hundreds of pancakes and waffles into a vat of beer may not initially sound appetizing, but with a ... Read more

4 months ago by Natalie Anderson.

Some successful for dine-in reopening, another sees continued preference for to-go orders

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com CHINA GROVE —  With a head nod and mouth full of food, China Grove resident Ann Deyton on Saturday said restaurants ... Read more

4 months ago by Natalie Anderson.

Start small if you’re gardening for first time

By Amy-Lynn Albertson Rowan County Extension Director Spring is here, and we have to stay home, so now is a great time to start a ... Read more

5 months ago by Post Lifestyles.

Some basics if you want to raise chicks

By Morgan Watts N.C. Cooperative Extension One of the hottest commodities right now is chickens. If you talk to the feed stores in the county, ... Read more

5 months ago by Post Lifestyles.

State to close restaurants and bars to dine-in customers

By Gary D. Robertson Associated Press RALEIGH — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is ordering all restaurants and bars be closed to dine-in patrons as ... Read more

6 months ago by Staff Report.

What you should eat to stay healthy

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com As we all face the threat of coronavirus, and still, the flu, what can we do in our diets to ... Read more

6 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Salty Caper planning to reopen in early April with bigger restaurant

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Beloved local pizza joint Salty Caper expects to reopen in early April after temporarily closing in February to renovate ... Read more

6 months ago by Natalie Anderson.

St. Patrick’s Day the perfect excuse to splurge

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com Faith and begorrah, ’tis the season for phony Irish accents, leprechauns and green beer. America throws a huge party for ... Read more

7 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

What’s on your menu for Sunday supper?

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com Sunday supper. Is it still a roast chicken, mashed potatoes  and peas? Or is it a pot roast with carrots ... Read more

7 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

For Mardi Gras, dive into a jambalaya and nibble on pralines

Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, a 40-day season of fasting and prayer leading up to Easter. Abstaining from meat and large meals ... Read more

7 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Show your love with bites of sweetness

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com Chocolate became associated with love during the Victorian era, when people were inspired by Medieval courtly love and chivalry. And ... Read more

7 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Make it quick and know it’s good for you

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com Though we’re getting a break from winter this week, it’s still just February, and you’re still looking for something to ... Read more

8 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Super snacks to celebrate the game of the year

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com So yeah, there’s some big football game this weekend, and people are all excited about it, and it’s a great ... Read more

8 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Warm up dinner with savory soups

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost After our false spring, winter has returned and the dark evenings are pretty cold. Time to roll out the soups ... Read more

8 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Start the day right with protein

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com These dreary, dark mornings call for something more than cold cereal or a banana. Do yourself a favor and kick ... Read more

8 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Shift your focus to veggie dinners for something different

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com After those big heavy meals of the holidays, usually centering on meat, it’s time to take a break and replenish ... Read more

9 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Get ready for 2020 with traditions and twists

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com Say goodbye to the teens, we’re headed into 2020, the start of a new decade. But we keep with tradition ... Read more

9 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Try egg nog or hot buttered rum

Time for a cup of eggnog. You can dress up what comes pre-made at the grocery store, or you can make your own for a ... Read more

9 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

How’d you like a nice Cheerwine Holiday Punch cocktail?

SALISBURY —  Cheerwine, the iconic family-owned soft drink from Salisbury, is ringing in the holiday season with its seasonal beverage, Cheerwine Holiday Punch, for a limited ... Read more

9 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Christmas cookies, as simple as possible

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com This time of year, demand for cookies is high. We all love those carefully crafted sugar cookies, decorated with icing ... Read more

9 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

Appealing appetizers for holiday parties

By Deirdre Parker Smith deirdre.smith@salisburypost.com ‘Tis the season for holiday parties, office get togethers, nibbles after work, church events. In other words, ‘tis the season ... Read more

10 months ago by Deirdre Smith.

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