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Vivian Howard never thought she’d move back to eastern North Carolina. But when her parents offered to help her and her husband Ben open a restaurant in Kinston, they packed up their New York City lives and came back to the south. Twelve years later their restaurant, Chef and the Farmer, continues to draw huge crowds. Julia Wall and Travis Long jwall@newsobserver.com / tlong@newsobserver.com
Vivian Howard never thought she’d move back to eastern North Carolina. But when her parents offered to help her and her husband Ben open a restaurant in Kinston, they packed up their New York City lives and came back to the south. Twelve years later their restaurant, Chef and the Farmer, continues to draw huge crowds. Julia Wall and Travis Long jwall@newsobserver.com / tlong@newsobserver.com

Vivian Howard is a finalist again for the IACP food industry awards, this time for ‘A Chef’s Life’

February 06, 2018 08:20 PM