beef

Pandemic brought unexpected demand for N.C. beef producers

The coronavirus pandemic has certainly presented challenges for people in all walks of life, and those in agriculture are no exception. However, it also brought an increased demand for many local agricultural producers across the state – producers like Honeycutt Farms in the Coats area of Harnett County. When stay-home orders and supply chain issues […]

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Recipe: Mama’s Chili Sliders

It’s almost Super Bowl time which means all of the best appetizers and dishes of the year. What better meal to prepare for a night spent watching the football game of the year? These tasty chili sliders will be filling and perfect for the evening. Beaufort, Chatham and Wilkes counties lead in beef cows in […]

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News Roundup: Dec. 23 – 29

News Roundup: Dec. 23 – 29

Each week we round up the latest N.C. agricultural headlines from news outlets across the state and country, as well as excerpts from the stories. “Industry set to make more meat, more money in 2018,” Meatingplace: The U.S. meat industry is expected to produce 6 percent more pork, 6 percent more beef and 2 percent […]

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Tar Heel Kitchen: Cola Roast

Tar Heel Kitchen: Cola Roast

Since 1926, the Agricultural Review has been a free newspaper published by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. For many years, The Tar Heel Kitchen was a featured column written by the department’s marketing home economist. These recipes tended to be seasonal with just a handful of ingredients. We thought these recipes needed […]

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News Roundup: Jan. 26-Feb. 1

Each week we round up the latest N.C. agricultural headlines from news outlets across the state and country, as well as excerpts from the stories. Click on the links to go straight to the full story. “Grants offer local farmers chance to diversify,” Hendersonville Times-News: Four local farmers were among the recipients of $148,500 in […]

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Today’s Topic: Free-trade agreements would boost N.C. ag exports

Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler sits down each week with Southern Farm Network’s Rhonda Garrison to discuss “Today’s Topic.” Three pending free-trade agreements could mean a boost to N.C. agriculture. The trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama would eliminate or reduce tariffs on a variety of agricultural products. If Congress approves them, it is […]

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News Roundup: May 21-27

Each week we round up the latest N.C. agricultural headlines from news outlets across the state and country, as well as excerpts from the stories. Click on the links to go straight to the full story. “‘Got to be NC’ says eat and buy local,” WRAL-TV: Rides and food took over the State Fairgrounds Saturday, […]

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In the Kitchen with Brian and Lisa: Stew beef

WRAL reporter Brian Shrader and our own Lisa Prince feature seasonal recipes in their Got to Be Good Cookin’ segment using ingredients grown and available right here in North Carolina. This week, Brian and Lisa continue a month’s worth of beef-inspired recipes with a classic stew beef. The simple recipe can be prepared in the […]

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Kitchen Sink: Lisa Prince offers up bonus country style steak recipe

Lisa Prince, a marketing specialist and one-half of WRAL’s Got to Be Good Cookin’ weekly recipe segment, will join us on the blog each month with bonus recipes, cooking tips and a behind-the-scenes look at marketing N.C. agricultural products…everything and the kitchen sink. Beef, it’s what’s for dinner! That’s right, this month’s extra recipe is […]

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In the Kitchen with Valonda and Lisa: Asian beef and noodles

Every week WRAL noon anchor Valonda Calloway and our own Lisa Prince feature seasonal recipes in their Got to Be Good Cookin’ segment using ingredients grown and available right here in North Carolina.  We’ll post each video here, along with links to the recipes. This month is all about North Carolina beef, and this week […]

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