Sarah Wassberg Johnson, who is known online as The Food Historian, says charcuterie boards have working-class roots that can be traced to Medieval times throughout Europe. Cheeses, bread, and wine or beer were often paired with cured meats, fruits and pickled vegetables as standard peasant laborer fare. The meals were portable, did not have to be kept cool, and required few utensils to eat.
With custom-made wreaths on every window, a Southern Christmas motif on the back porch, garland wrapped around banisters and mantels, and large Christmas trees in the foyer and living room, the Fulchers’ decorators pulled out all the stops.
When you grow up with tobacco-farm roots in a small North Carolina town, you know exactly what Aunt Carolyn’s going to bring to the family’s Christmas get-together.Caramel cake. Best …
Christmas carols, classical music and jazz will enhance your holiday spirit as the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra presents three performances beginning Friday.
Four of the five candidates who applied for the Fayetteville Public Works Commission board were interviewed by the City Council on Monday during its monthly work session.