We want to help you get the most from your visits to the Pee Dee Region’s local farmers markets. To do that, we thought we’d compile seven tips for maximizing the related experience, value and benefits. Please share your tips with us in the comments section.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 43:45 — 20.0MB) | Embed WELCOME BACK and THANK YOU for your download. This is the companion podcast to PeeDeeFoodie.com. It’s the first and only internet radio show dedicated to the food, foodies, and food culture of the Pee Dee region of South Carolina. Join us each [...]
Thanks to a recommendation by Stacy Atkinson of Lone Palmetto Farms, I have been asked to become a periodic contributing writer for the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association‘s blog, The Sweete Potato. It is an honor that I will happily accept and in doing so do my best to represent the Pee Dee’s food, foodies, and [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 33:43 — 15.4MB) | Embed Welcome to the Pee Dee Food Show. We’re your online authority about the food culture of the Northeastern corner of South Carolina. It’s the region we call the Pee Dee. Join us! Host: Kevin Barron (aka Pee Dee Foodie) Guests: Kathy & [...]
On Saturday, March 3, 2012, I was blessed to have been offered a media pass for the events between 11:00am – 2:00pm. From cooking demonstrations and South Carolina product tastings, to Festival shopping and the hospitality tent, it was a whole lot of fun, especially with great friends. Here’s a recap.
Attending the South Carolina Pecan Festival is an annual highlight for thousands of residents in the Pee Dee. We’re proud to have been a Media Sponsor this year and to have worked with the Florence Downtown Development Corporation again on such a fabulous event. Here are a few comments about the Main Event Street Festival and our Saturday Photo Gallery. Add your comments and photos, as well.
Sometimes words are helpful; even required. Sometimes images are more than adequate to convey one’s experiences. Recently, we attended Farm Fest at Ovis Hill Farm, near Timmonsville. In looking back at the photos taken that day, I believe in this instance they more than adequately relay what we found and enjoyed on that gorgeous Saturday morning in October. Take a look.
SANAA is pronounced “sah-NAH” by the Disney Cast Members, and it’s said to be the Swahili word for a “work of art” and for “beauty”. I’d agree with both translations as they equally apply. To this foodie, Sanaa is a perfect addition to the offerings of Animal Kingdom Lodge and Walt Disney World, overall.