A Recipe for a Prosperous New Year

12.30.2014 | Bits and Bites News, News & Events

According to Southern tradition, eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day brings prosperity, luck, and money to the year ahead. There are a number of tales explaining the superstition –  some sources claim it was started during the civil war when Union troops ransacked Confederate stores and left only the peas. They survived the winter, and considered the read more

Bits and Bites: Pumpkin Muffins

10.21.2014 | Bits and Bites News, News & Events

Pumpkin spice – it’s the sweet taste that signals the official start of fall. This yummy Pumpkin Muffin recipe courtesy of Coastal Coffee Roasters’ baker Kristin is perfect as a quick, sweet breakfast or an after-school autumn snack. Or serve them up warm with a fresh pot of coastal blend for dessert! read more