We hope you enjoy these videos
from around Martin County
plus our latest addition,
a series we call
“The Martin Minute!”
Items covered in the September 17th edition of ‘The Martin Minute… or so’ is information regarding the cancellation of the Williamston Christmas parade, The Main Street Market, The Farmer’s Market Halloween and Christmas events, The Williamston Rotary Club’s 22nd Annual Golf Tournament, information about the spay & neuter program at Williamston Veterinary Hospital, Julie Perdue of Serve-Pro, and our weekend weather.
The weekend of Sept 10, 2020 – Headlines for Robersonville’s budget problem, the Martin County Chamber’s Business of the month, the Friendly Spot in Jamesville now reopened, Williamston Veterinary Hospital’s Meridith, and a kitty looking for its forever home, plus the weekend weather for Martin County.
This episode features Kingdom Entity Resource Center of Hassell expansion, a story about Highway Patrolman Guy Thomas Davis, a kitten looking for a forever home, Paula Mobley of the Small Shop in Williamston, plus your weekend weather for Martin County, NC.
This week’s Martin Minute … or so features Stephanie Moore of the Gold Point General Store. This is a busy eatery that has some really good food! Chase Connor has news about the proposed outdoor greenspace development. Now, for something new this week, we’re preparing some really great salsa! The recipe will be added below this post. We are looking for any suggestions and comments from you and what you would like to see in the program.
Super Salsa Recipe
- Fresh cilantro (small fist full)
- 28 oz. can of diced tomatoes
- Jalapeno pepper slices (10 to 12 slices + juice)
- ¼ sweet onion
- 1 tbs. sugar
- Food processor
Pour ½ can of the tomatoes into food processor and add in the cilantro, peppers, onion, and sugar.
Run the processor approximately 30 seconds or until everything is well blended and has a relatively fine texture.
Now add the last half of the tomatoes and pulse the processor a couple of times leaving some of the tomatoes a bit on the chunky side.
Try this with fresh chips. I prefer the ‘On The Border’ brand.