Tag Archives: jeffrey turner

From Foster’s Market in Durham

Southern food calls a New York chef back home.
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Posted in Food, October 2014, Recipes | Tagged | 1 Comment

Bald Head Island Favorites: Feasting on Bald Head

A chance idea leads a couple in the mountains to write a cookbook that’s an homage to their most beloved North Carolina beach.
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Posted in Food, Recipes, September 2014 | Tagged | 3 Comments

Goodness Guaranteed

Tried-and-true ideas from Raleigh’s Junior League for your next brunch, lunch, party, or picnic.
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Posted in Food, July 2014, Recipes | Tagged | 8 Comments

Update a Classic: Tomato Sandwich

Sure, the sandwich of summer is wonderful just the way it is — only fresh tomatoes, mayonnaise, and bread. But you’d be surprised what North Carolina ingredients, from sprouts to spreads, will pair well with your next tomato sandwich.

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Posted in Carolina Classic, Food, July 2014 | Tagged | 1 Comment

Move Over, Pimento: Celebrating North Carolina Cheese

Used to be, the cheese we made was mostly mayonnaise. But now, there’s a new crop of cheesemakers, connoisseurs, and consumers who are making room for real cheese at our tables.
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Posted in Food, June 2014, Travel | Tagged | 2 Comments

The New Southern-Latino Table Cookbook

It’s bold and spicy, and it tells the story of a cookbook author’s life in two cultures.

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Posted in Dining, Food, June 2014, Recipes | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

From a Chef’s Kitchen: Brian Sonoskus of Tupelo Honey Cafe

The executive chef of a popular Asheville restaurant shares recipes from his new cookbook.
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Posted in April 2014, Food, Recipes | Tagged | 3 Comments

Iron Hen Cafe

Grab a bite in Greensboro at one of the city’s most popular brunch spots.
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Posted in Food, March 2014 | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

What’s Become of Frying?

Amid the backlash against the South’s well-oiled skillets, a new cookbook offers a defense.
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Posted in Food, March 2014, Recipes | Tagged | Leave a comment

Winter Farmers Markets

North Carolina ranks third in the nation in the number of winter farmers markets. Find out what makes these six winter markets worth a visit.
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Posted in Coast, February 2014, Mountains, Piedmont | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments