|“All of our struggles and heartbreaks, gifts and opportunities, are part of what prepares us to make our unique contribution.”
Lee has been a culinary educator for 14 years, and Larry has lovingly grown sustainable produce and fruit for over 10 years. What Lee loved most about teaching was creating and sharing delicious meals from those foods grown on their farm which enhance health and fight disease. As a 14 year cancer survivor this very quickly became a calling for Lee. She shared her passion through her healthy cooking classes held at their previous home in Greensboro and then eventually at the couple’s Farm in Chapel Hill, NC. She regularly spoke publicly to groups about strategies for good health through cooking.
Once the Newlins move, Lee will be offering small cooking classes from their new home. Make sure we have your current email address so we can keep you up-to-date.
The Newlins grew beautiful, sustainably grown produce that included an array of vegetables, berries, herbs, and edible flowers. These foods were the incubator for many of Lee’s creative and healthful recipes.
Larry’s thirty years in horticulture provide a foundation for sustainably growing fruits and vegetables, and compounded with his passion for sharing the joys of the garden his farm is just as much a celebration of life as it is a source of nourishment. Larry agrees with author, poet, and farmer Wendell Berry: “What I stand for is what I stand on.”
The Newlins invitation is to join them: “Wellness doesn’t just fall from the sky. The deliberate choices we make can create a vibrant and energy-filled existence. We all need motivation, inspiration, and information to broaden and deepen our commitment to obtaining optimum health. The key is in discovering and trying healthy, delicious foods that taste great for the whole family. We have to change our relationship with food as it is more about what we gain health-wise than what we give up! There really is a deep joy in healthy cooking. Plus it’s fun!”