UNC-CHAPEL HILL BOUND:
Nicky Anixter ’ 17, Asheville, NC
Henry Hawthorne ’ 17, Wrightsville Beach, NC
Davis Oliver ’ 17, Arden, NC
Kels Peterson ’ 17, Fairview, NC
Vance Stiles ’ 17, Black Mountain, NC
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pharmacology. What can we do through
food to combat emergency room visits, to
reduce or even cure diabetes, to lower high
blood pressure, to reduce the risk of heart
The business has been a challenge. The
process is not cheap.
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foreign competitors. We can’t compete on
price point. Our standards are a lot higher.”
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Hackney said. “He has lived into the big
ideas that he’s had. Not everybody’s able to
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Pan Sauteed Tilapia
With Herbed Garlic Butter
▶ Combine butter, parsley, garlic, Dijon
mustard and lemon juice. Set aside.
▶ Dry fish fillets and then salt and
▶ Add olive oil to a saute pan over
medium-high heat. Cook fish, turning
once during cooking, until fish is
cooked through and flaking.
▶ Add a dollop of the butter mixture to
the pan and allow to melt and coat
fillets. Serve fish topped with pan
½ cup unsalted butter, softened
2 tablespoons parsley, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
½ teaspoon Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
4 tilapia fillets
2 teaspoons olive oil
salt and pepper to taste