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8 Can’t-Miss Food Trucks in N.C.

A new online video series highlights the food truck scene in the Triangle. Watch an episode and see our list of eight food trucks you shouldn’t miss.
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Memaw’s Biscuits at the N.C. State Fair

Forget those deep-fried sideshows, these scratch-made biscuits are the State Fair’s main attraction.
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Mother’s Apple Cake

An heirloom recipe from an Asheville cookbook urges simplicity.
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Made in North Carolina, With Love.

There are thousands of homemade foods sold across North Carolina every day. But there’s one ingredient they all have in common.
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7 North Carolina Wines You Shouldn’t Miss

When residents of other states consider North Carolina wines, there are two typical reactions: “North Carolina makes wine?” or “I’m generally not a fan of Muscadine.” While the Muscadine myth is a topic for another day, this perception problem in
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Peak Pints: Beer in Western N.C.

Mountain breweries create beers that reflect their surroundings and the seasons.
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Mountain Spirit

A deep-sea diver trusted his instincts, moved to the bottom of a Blue Ridge valley, and launched a distillery. Now he’s revolutionizing how whisky is made.
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Banner Elk Winery

Banner Elk Winery

Vintners transform High Country grapes into award-winning vintages in the mountains of Avery County.
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Ramps

Cherokee Flavor

Best known for its strong scent, the much-maligned ramp is enjoying an image makeover, thanks to its medicinal and culinary potential.
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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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Speedy's Barbecue

Speedy’s Barbecue

In Lexington, the city’s namesake-style barbecue — pork shoulder meat dipped in a tomato-based sauce — draws devotees to this former drive-in.
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