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Monthly Digest
November 2019

Hands are reaching over a dinner table filled with plates and foods like turkey, corn on the cob and peas for Thanksgiving.

'Tis the season for food and family, and we couldn't be more excited! But before we dive head first into the turkey and stuffing, it's only appropriate that we give thanks to our farmers for providing us with fresh food and enriching our daily lives in countless ways. At Homegrown, we're thankful for N.C. agriculture.

And of course we're thankful for you too - that's why we're here in the first place! Speaking of which, we hope you enjoy this month's videos, and don't forget to share ideas or topics for future segments. OK, now you can dig in!

Inside Scoop: How Ice Cream is Made

A swirl of creativity, a sprinkle of trial and error, and a splash of technical innovation. A few chunks of cookie dough help, too. Get the inside scoop on how this ridiculously delicious dessert is developed!
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Rainbow Pita Pockets

Eating healthy on the go can be a snap with this quick, easy recipe for a portable, nutritious and kid-friendly snack!
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Healthy Toss Up Snack for Kids

Looking for a healthy, grab-and-go snack that the kids can help with? The Toss Up Snack is a great way to make snack prep a family affair!
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Growing Bright and Beautiful Daylilies

Daylilies are popular perennial flowers known for their vivid colors. They’re resilient, easy to grow and will brighten any garden bed — lets get started!
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Home for the Holidays

From sharpening your knife skills and making your own bread, to safely prepping a turkey (and storing the leftovers), Homegrown has your kitchen needs covered!
Various food dishes are displayed on a white countertop, including a whole cooked turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and more.
How to Safely Prepare a Turkey
Watch video  |  Tips sheet  |  Read more
Side Dishes
A woman with an apron on is preparing fresh vegetables and fruits on a kitchen counter with an iPad set up in the middle for guidance.
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