Wilmington, Steve Lambros, Toffees discussed on Michael Brown

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Up and down the Carolina coast homes and businesses were tightly shuttered in advance of the landfall in governor ROY Cooper Toffees today. I've asked the president for a disaster declaration on behalf of North Carolina. So we can get federal help as soon as possible. At what Florence did role in on September fourteenth. It left thousands of people without the bare essentials. What info and I have a neighbor? On oxygen. Try to get some food. Had a meal. We've been without power for a week. We just ran out of food and water not long ago. Artifice bad as storm shelters filled with evacuees restaurant owners in the storm zone. We're faced with the loss of walk in freezers filled with food when the power went out, the building's fine. Not worried about that with editor Steve Lambros, who's Wilmington catering business like all those restaurants was in serious trouble until we get a generator. Which was very difficult to do within wilmington's close-knit food service community word began to spread caterer Steve Lambros had kitchen and cooler space where local chefs could bring food that might otherwise spoil and prepare it for distribution to the victims of hurricane Florence. Keith roads was one of the first step up came over joint effort here Donatus. The aroma of gourmet cooking was wafting up from the center of the flood zone. About one hundred and forty four. Ghosted often Evans season. I Christie Ferretti owns pine valley market in Wilmington. She was happy to feed hurricane evacuees something other than cold, sandwiches and peanut butter crackers. Not a bad meal for a regular Wednesday night.

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