Media

May 8, 2015

Trouble with truffles in Stokes County,
The Buckley Report, WGFHP Fox 8

 

There is a trifle of trouble with the truffles.

 

Every industry in North Carolina had pioneers that helped it get started. Textiles had the Cone family, wine had the Sheltons and now truffles have a couple of dozen farmers, including Jane Morgan Smith.

 

But truffles are a difficult project — you can work for five or 10 years before the trees fruit.

 

Jane did her work, had some of the most famous people in the kitchen praise her product and that’s when the trouble started.

See what, in this edition of the Buckley Report and, more importantly, see why Jane isn’t ready to give up.

October 31, 2014

Flavor NC show shared with Josephine's Bistro

You might not think of truffles as a North Carolina product…but these days you would be wrong. That’s right, that most French of the funguses is gaining ground here in the Tar Heel state! We’re heading to Stokes County on a truffle hunt and then into the kitchen at Josephine’s Bistro in Greensboro for some mouthwatering recipes featuring this exotic ingredient.

February 20, 2014

Bob Garner - NC Week-end shared show with Biltmore

We tour the Biltmore Estate to see the similarities between it & Downton Abbey. We take a look at truffle farming in NC & sample some savory truffle treats. And author Heather Williams talks about her new book.

February 25, 2013

NATGA hires Jane Morgan Smith as new Executive Director

 

January-February 2012

It's Truffle Time

SavorNC Magazine

 

Winter 2010 - Article

Keep Your Fork - The Best is Yet to Come!

Alumni Spotlight, Forsyth Tech Quarterly

 

December 16, 2010 - Video

Explore Yadkin Valley

UNCTV, NC Weekend

 

November 12, 2010 - Video

Austin Outdoors: Austin Makes, Enjoys Truffle Butter, WXII

Black  Winter Périgord Truffles with Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart visits Keep Your Fork Farm to go truffle hunting with Jane and of course, Friday.

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