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Irregardless' kitchen and the Well Fed Community Garden are naturally linked together. In order for the Garden to produce nutritious organic produce for the Cafe' and Catering kitchen, the soil needs to be nourished. Irregardless' kitchen's vegetable 'wastes' have been nourishing the Garden's soil by...

On Tuesday, April 28th, Terry and Joe Graedon of NPR's popular "Peoples' Pharmacy" spoke to a large gathering of their fans and friends as the last 'Being Well' Talk of the season.   With humor and good spirits, they presented their research to an engaged...

Spring has sprung! And the Well Fed Community Garden is abuzz with all sorts of activities! We have been hosting some great workshops at the garden. In March we had a workshop titled, "Weedy Wonders, Plant Walk and Natural Medicine Making" Attendees took a walk...

The Pro’s and Con’s of the Paleo vs the Vegan diet was the topic of last month’s Being Well talk More than 100 people came to hear Elisabetta Politi, Nutrition Director of Duke’s “Diet & Fitness Center” give a complete description of both popular diets and...

Friends, Irregardless patrons and former employees spanning 40 years gathered at the Cafe on February 4th, 2015 to celebrate 40 years of operation. In some ways, there was an air of disbelief – how could 40 years have passed!  Then there was the party atmosphere of...

Stress happens to us all. On Tuesday evening Dec 2nd, NC State Professor Shevaun Neupert told an audience of two dozen diners at the Irregardless Cafe that each of us can determine how we react to the stressful events in our lives. First of all, there...

The vision of Irregardless Cafe & Catering has always included caring for others in our community. Here are just a few of the ways the Irregardless Cafe supports local nonprofits and charitable organizations which serve our community. We donate unused restaurant and catering food to Interfaith...

Arthur and Anya attended the third International Urban Agriculture & Small Farm Conference held this past weekend in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Sponsored by Will Allen’s ‘Growing Power’, whose “good food revolution” mission is to help provide equal access to healthy high-quality, safe and affordable food to...

You might be surprised to learn that despite the (very) cold weather, winter is still an important growing season for many farmers. Frost kills the tender crops we associate with summer, like tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers, but many plants are quite hardy. The Well Fed...

This past Tuesday evening, Nutritionist and Registered Dietitian Anna LaBarre explained the science of Celiac Disease and Gluten sensitivity and assisted with guidelines on how to live happily with this all too common affliction. Avoiding gluten foods has become one of the fastest growing food trends...