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Friday, July 25, 2014

Eat & Explore North Carolina Cookbook

Eat & Explore Washington 
Great American Publishers Eat & Explore North Carolina Cookbook is out - - - and guess who is on Page 31, 97, 105, 142, 166 and186? Seriously? You get the picture, lots of good recipes featuring our goat cheese, grass fed beef, pastured lamb and eggs. Copies are available in the farm store. Explore you way through NC!

Author of the Eat & Explore State Cookbook Series, Christy Campbell, worked closely with state tourism agencies, state and local organizations, and local chambers to produce Eat & Explore North Carolina. Your state's "Eat & Explore" Cookbook is a guide to fun annual events and unique destinations throughout the state.
This is the 7th edition in the Eat & Explore State Cookbook Series. With 40 years combined experience in publishing state specific cookbooks, Great American Publishers also produces the State Hometown Cookbook Series. Visit their website: for more information.
The Eat & Explore State Cookbook Series will cover the United States. All Great American Cookbooks sell to independent and chain bookstores, gift shops, wholesale clubs and more. The books are particularly popular in souvenir shops and tourist locations. They appeal to hometown cooks, natives, visitors and armchair travelers both within their respective states and across the United States.
Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC
Germanton, NC 27019

Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery is located on Buffalo Creek Farm Road in Germanton, NC near the intersection of Hwy 65 and Hwy 8 (Germanton Road) at the Forsyth / Stokes County line. We are a few miles north of Winston-Salem and a short drive from Rural Hall, King, Walkertown, Kernersville, Walnut Cove, Danbury, High Point, Greensboro, Pilot Mountain, Mt. Airy and other communities in the Piedmont of North Carolina and Virginia. In our on site Farm Store, we have both raw milk aged goat cheese and fresh chevres, grass fed beef, pastured lamb and pastured free range eggs along with our handmade goat's milk soap and other local goodness.


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