Tag Archives: jeffrey turner

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 | 1 Comment

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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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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Small-Town Secrets

A cookbook from Tarboro reveals a town’s best recipes.
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A Meal for the New Year

When cool weather descends upon North Carolina, it’s time for oysters.
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A Christmas Breakfast

Brighten your Christmas morning with three easy-to-follow recipes.
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Brunswick Stew

Find out what one ingredient a Concord church adds to this classic recipe.
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Posted in November 2013, Piedmont, Recipes | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Mother’s Apple Cake

An heirloom recipe from an Asheville cookbook urges simplicity.
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The Height of High Country Cooking

Mountain chefs are at the top of their game at four restaurants in Boone, Blowing Rock, & Valle Crucis.
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Posted in Dining, Mountains, October 2013 | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment