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A Century of Honey Songs

It’s Sunday morning, just a week before Christmas. I’m hoping that your bee work is done and you have some time to listen to a few tunes from honey-throated singers and sticky-fingered musicians. 1,131 more words

Culture, Or Lack Thereof

Hurricane Matthew + Molly

Sorry I’ve been MIA lately, but unless you were under a rock, you have probably heard that Hurricane Matthew hit the east coast this past week / weekend.   867 more words

Celebrate

Dancing the 25th Harvest Season

Yesterday we celebrated Stonebridge Farm’s 25th season as a CSA with a harvest concert and potluck on a gentle September evening. We were joined by favorite local singer/songwriters who have graced our Stonebridge stage: Jenny and Tom Hodgson, Tupelo Honey, and Joe Kuckla, who built the stage for us many years ago. 757 more words

Sustainable Agriculture

The Power of Words and the Greatness of the Dalai Lama

I warn you now, this will sound like a sales pitch. But what’s life without capitalism? Especially sales pitches that pitch for the sale of compassion? 989 more words

Tupelo Honey [Charlotte]

During a bachelorette weekend in Asheville I went to Tupelo Honey. I didn’t go to the original, but I was still pretty impressed so I wanted to see if the locations outside of Asheville still had the same fun vibes, but more importantly, the same incredible biscuits and food in general. 369 more words

Foodies

Food of the South-fat, flavour, and full of surprises 

Before I went to America I was terrified of the food I would encounter there. I have to admit it;when Alex described the food of the South-breakfast sausage with white gravy, chicken and waffles, the ever elusive “grits”-I felt a tad queasy. 402 more words

Travel

Honey Flow

After the Tupelo harvest, Andy relocated the bees to the Savannah River where we have access to a secured bee yard full of hundreds if not thousands of Chinese tallow trees. 342 more words

Homesteading