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Great tour kickoff in Wilmington!

Gorgeous weather, enthusiastic classes, and the friendly folks at Tidal Creek Co-op made the Cook for Good Coast-to-Coast Tour Kickoff in Wilmington a rousing success on Saturday.

Special thanks to Claire Hosmann, Producer/Reporter for WECT Wilmington (Channel 6), who filmed the first class. She also interviewed Cook for Good fan Carol Moore, who came from Goldsboro with her husband for the class (!). See Claire's story here: Eating healthy can be affordable and help local economy.

BTW, the "asparagus tea" in the story is made by steeping the split, woody ends of asparagus in hot milk, then used to make asparagus quiche or pasta sauce. It might be good just served in a tea cup with a sliver of lemon and a few crumpets, but that's not my intention.

Looking forward to the next tour stop, Hendersonville, NC!

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