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Downtown Wilmington. Photo by Jay Sinclair.

Eight Eateries on Film from Hollywood East

Grab a camera and a menu. These restaurants in the Wilmington area may seem familiar.
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North Carolina Should-Be Movie Posters

North Carolina’s history is filled with captivating characters: swashbuckling villains, legendary entrepreneurs, thrill-seeking explorers, great heroines. Which got us to thinking: Somebody ought to make a movie. Although these stories haven’t found their way to theaters (yet), here are a few of our casting picks for roles that suit the big screen.
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Southern Pecan Pie

Are you Team Pie? Try food blogger Steve Gordon’s classic pecan pie recipe that has just the right amount of sweetness and crunch.
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True Pound Cake

Are you Team Cake? Steve Gordon certainly doesn’t skimp on the good stuff in his true pound cake recipe. It’s sure to be a winner at any dessert table.
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Pie vs Cake

Pie vs. Cake: The Case for Team Pie

Whether you’re talking about eating a slice of pie after dinner, or baking one from scratch, cake doesn’t stand a chance.
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Pie vs Cake

Pie vs. Cake: The Case for Team Cake

Cake. Or, maybe pie … No, definitely cake … Probably … Choosing between two worthy desserts may not be possible.
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Exploring Statesville

For the highway traveler with stiff muscles and an empty belly, this town is a perfect stop.
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Fried Pie

An Ode to Fried Perfection

Handheld and made to last (and last and last), convenience-store fried pies hold a special place in the hearts of many.
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Love by the Slice: PieBird in Raleigh

It’s not on the menu, but PieBird’s crusted offerings have led to at least one trip down the aisle.
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A Foothills Twist on Pie: The Sonker

Born of mysterious origins — each family’s recipe different from the next — this sweet, deep-dish confection is a celebrated part of North Carolina’s culinary landscape.
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