Join this fun but focused group that reads from a wide variety of genres. This month we're reading The Ameican Heiress by Daisy Goodwin. The book for November is Karen White's ghost story, The House on Tradd Street. Read the book and join us.
Greensboro food writer John Batchelor joins us with his book, Chefs of the Mountains. Western North Carolina had become an irresistible attraction for remarkable chefs and food lovers. Joining the author is Chef Nate Curtis of Rowland's Westglow Spa.
Greta Medlin former journalist with the News and Record, under the byline Greta Tilley, joins us with her debut novel The Tender Void. She received national recognition as the winner of the Ernie Pyle award, the National Headliner's Award.
Have you ever felt like you were out of step with everyone? Russell the sheep feels exactly like that, when all the other sheep are sleeping, Russell is wide awake. He tries everything until finally he's fast asleep. Don't miss this cute story.
Storyteller Cynthia Moore Brown and writer mythologist Theresa Bane join us with their new book that tells 17 old-timey favorite local folktales, with a home-style recipe for food that is connected to that story.
Food, wine and travel writer Fred Thompson says that side dishes are the very heart and soul of southern cuisine. His new cookbook has everything from the old classics like red beans and rice to contemporary dishes like suppernong-glazed carrots.
Local author and consultant Daniel LaPerriere, PhD joins us with his book, A Common Purpose: Using Your Homegrown Values to Improve Your Life and Your Business. This unique book explores the parallels between family and a successful business.
Award winning food writer and cookbook author Debbie Moose joins us to sign copies of her new cookbook, Buttermilk. She includes over fifty recipes that explores the possibilities for uses in cooking, baking, and drinking including a cocktail.
Food editor Kathleen Purvis joins us to sign copies of her cookbook Pecans, a Savor the South cookbook. She teaches the reader how to find, store, cook and totally enjoy this southern delicacy. With 52 recipes there is something for everyone.