The 6,000-foot peaks at the southern end of the Appalachians loom over a region vibrant with organic farms, wild delicacies and a dining scene as eclectic and varied as the multicolored blossoms that carpet the mountains this time of year. Like many of their counterparts across the country, restaurants in the Southern Appalachian region, which includes parts of eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina and southern Virginia, are taking advantage of their backyard bounty with an increased ...

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