Ice Cream

Pepperoni Rolls, Ice Cream And The World's Largest Teapot, Inside Appalachia

This week on Inside Appalachia, If you’re hungry for a pepperoni roll in West Virginia, you can find one at just about any gas station, but how did they get so popular? In Pennsylvania, the lure of one particular sweet treat gives hikers on the Appalachian Trail a break on their journey and a challenge that requires a strong stomach. We also "spill the tea" on a classic roadside attraction that’s been around for generations.

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Catching Up With W.Va.’s New School Superintendent And An Appalachian Trail Ice Cream Tradition, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, Michele Blatt became the state superintendent of schools earlier this month following the retirement of David Roach in June. Chris Schulz caught up with the superintendent in Morgantown this week to discuss her new position.

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Once a Foodie Fruit, Could Pawpaws Have Economic Impact in Appalachia?

Those who’ve eaten a pawpaw before often say that the creamy, tropical fruit resembles a mix of a mango and a banana, or a mango and an avocado. They…

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