Tagged: Kip Tabb

Tar Heel 2 at Seagate North in Kill Devil Hills. Thirty years of working with local farmers.

Homegrown Outer Banks

Stories By Kip Tabb, K. Wilkins Photography –  The Local Farm, the Local Fork The drive to the Outer Banks passes through some of the most fertile farmland in North Carolina—land that has been...

Picking strawberries on a sunny spring day at the Malco's strawberry field.

Strawberry Picking

By Kip Tabb –  There is something about picking your own strawberries on a glorious spring day that reminds us that there is so much right in the world. Not that picking strawberries can...

Wind turbine at the Outer Banks Brewing Station.

Outer Banks Earth Day 2014

By Kip Tabb –    If there is a better place anywhere to celebrate Earth Day than the Outer Banks, I can’t imagine where it would be. There is a remarkable sense of witness...

Outer Banks Bike Week on tap all week long.

Outer Banks News Round-Up

By Kip Tabb Here it is the end of the week and a lot of news and events have come our way over the past week. Some of it’s good, some of it’s not...

Pam Rosencrans crack a wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano--signifying the grand opening.

The Fresh Market Opens in Nags Head

By Kip Tabb –  If you are The Fresh Market and your specialty is food, why cut a ribbon at your grand opening? It makes far more sense to bring out a gigantic wheel...

Sugar snaps taking root.

The Outer Banks Garden

By Kip Tabb –  I spent the morning thanking Mother Nature for the blessing of spring and cursing the weeds that infest my garden. I suppose I should take it all in stride, accept...