From cricket tacos to fried chicken, handmade donuts and award-winning desserts, this small North Carolina mountain town is a foodie destination just waiting to be discovered.
Check out the story that was published in Allegiant’s in-flight magazine. Hendersonville’s Unexpected Food Finds.copy
Cricket Tacos are a hit at NeverBlue
Posted in Food and Wine, Hendersonville, Mountain Adventures, NC, Restaurants
Tagged barbecue, cricket tacos, donuts & chicken, Hendersonville, Hendough Chicken & Donuts, NC, Never Blue, Old Etowah Smokehouse
Downton Abbey fashion exhibit at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.
“Changing Fashions for Changing Times” Now at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, Nc.
Fans of the popular PBS television series Downton Abbey don’t have to travel to Highclere Castle to experience firsthand what life was like at Downton Abbey or to view original costumes of their favorite characters. The Biltmore House, the grand 250-room Vanderbilt estate in Asheville, North Carolina, is showcasing 47 costumes from the show during its exhibition: Dressing Downton: Changing Fashions for Changing Times, which runs from February 5th through May 25th, 2015.
See my full article which appeared in Luxe Beat Magazine’s April 2015 issue at: Downton-Abbey-Visits-the-Biltmore
Wilmington Celebrates NC Beer Month
Want to know what’s happening locally for NC Beer Month? Check it out on the NC Official Tourism Site. Wilmington’s Top Hops Spots include: Front Street Brewery which has been a star attraction for 20 years, and five newcomers – Flytrap Brewing, Ironclad Brewery, Broomtail Craft Brewery and Wilmington Brewing plus Good Hops Brewery in Carolina Beach. And keep your eyes peeled for the perfect souvenir: a Freaker, the knit koozie created in Wilmington.
NC Beer Month in Wilmington, NC
Get Ready for a Cold Draft
April is NC Beer Month
April is North Carolina Beer Month, and for the third year in a row there’s an exciting array of activities lined up. More than 90 breweries – from the mountains to the coast – are participating, ranging from decades-old, award-winning brewhouses to newbies on the block eager to make a name for their batches. It’s a month-long celebration offering dozens of beer-inspired festivals, tastings, dinners, special discounts, travel deals, giveaways and more. You can be certain that by the time April comes to a close, you’ll have an even better appreciation for North Carolina’s thriving beer scenes.
To learn more about NC Beer Month and get a list of events, special tastings and sweepstakes happening throughout the state, head over to http://www.ncbeermonth.com.
Let us not forget to be thankful for all the wonderful blessings we have.
A beautiful Thanksgiving morning in my back yard.
Wilmington, NC, beat out 20 towns to be named the “Best American Riverfront”
One of Wilmington’s beautiful church steeples
Front Street Farmer’s Market
The contest, hosted on USA Today’s travel site, pitted 20 American cities against each other for the title of “Best American Riverfront.” Since the poll opened in September Wilmington, NC, and Spokane, WA, were battling for the top position, but yesterday’s announcement officially confirms Wilmington, NC, as the winner!
(Photos by Sandra Chambers)
Posted in NC, North Carolina, Travel contests, Wilmington, Wilmington, NC
Tagged Best American Riverfront, Cape Fear Riverfront, NC, USA Today Poll Travel, Wilmington, Wilmington's Riverwalk